Adoption of innovations in Irish general practices : prescription drugs, medical equipment and ICT

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Bourke, Jane, Dr.;
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In this thesis we explore innovation in general practices in Ireland. Drawing on an\ud encompassing equilibrium, disequilibrium and learning-by-using model of adoption,\ud we examine the influences of general practitioner (GP) and practice characteristics,\ud strategic ... View more
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