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This Johns Hopkin's Monograph in International Health describes the working conditions of the physician in Indian rural health centers. The conditions reported reflect the opinions of physicians and five other professional groups involved in determining health center and medical education policy. The latter include district level administrators, senior health administrators and policymakers, state legislators, social and preventive medicine teachers and clinical teachers.
Research objectives described by the authors are two-fold:
The authors emphasize that “the aim of this study was not to examine directly the present operation of health centers, but to seek opinions of various categories of persons who should know most about health center work and to identify the major discrepancies in their group opinions”.