An important and definitive study and critique of 86 general
practices in Ontario and Nova Scotia, with particular attention to the quality of
medical care and to problems of medical education and of the organization of medical
care as these relate to quality. It was conceived by the College of General
Practice of Canada and directed by Kenneth F. Clute. The book is addressed to all
those who are interested in the broader aspects of the question of how people can
best be provided with good medical care.