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primary integration n.

primary integration n.

Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care

Integrating geriatrics principles into primary care

Interpreting and Integrating Risk Factors for Patients With Primary Breast Cancer

An approach for integrating complementary– alternative medicine into primary care

Using Technology to Integrate Behavioral Health into Primary Care

Models for Integrating Buprenorphine Therapy into the Primary HIV Care Setting

An Integrative Preventive Medicine Approach to Primary Cancer Prevention

A local circuit approach to understanding integration of long-range inputs in primary visual cortex.

The Case for Integration of Social Work Psychosocial Services into Rural Primary Care Practice

The Scope of Behavioral Health Integration in a Pediatric Primary Care Setting

INTEGRATING GERIATRICS INTO PRIMARY CARE THROUGH A PRACTICE MANAGEMENT EFFICIENCY APPROACH

SP236MULTI-OMICS DATA INTEGRATION IN THE CONTEXT OF PRIMARY GLOMERULONEPHRITIS

THREE MODELS OF INTEGRATING GERIATRICS INTO PRIMARY CARE: GERIATRIC WORKFORCE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMS

GabiPD: the GABI primary database—a plant integrative ‘omics’ database

Anticipating Clinical Integration of Genetically Tailored Tobacco Dependence Treatment: Perspectives of Primary Care Physicians

SP335CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE (CKD) INTEGRATION ACROSS THE CARE CONTINUUM BETWEEN PRIMARY CARE-TERTIARY HOSPITAL

QLIF-35. EFFECTS OF INTEGRATIVE THERAPIES ON DISTRESS, PAIN, AND FATIGUE IN PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY BRAIN TUMORS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM AN INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE REGISTRY

 

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In psychoanalysis, an infant's first recognition of itself as a unitary being, separate from its environment.

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