Podiatry manpower; characteristics of clinical practice, United States, 1970
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    From information collected in a national survey of podiatrists conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics, statistics are presented describing the clinical practice of podiatry in the United States in 1970. Patient-care activity is described in terms of its volume and its nature. Indicators of volume are number of hours per week spent in patient care, number of patient visits, actual number of patients seen a week, and number of full-time and part-time helpers employed. Indicators of the nature of clinical activity are the practitioner’s primary and secondary clinical specialties, range and types of clinical services rendered, and clinical setting (such as office, hospital, and nursing home) in which services were rendered.
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    [by Hugo K. Koch and Hazel M. Phillips]
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