30 years: Primary Health Care journal celebrates the work of community, public health and general practice nurses
Despite concerns around health inequalities, primary healthcare practitioners continually show just how creative, adaptable and highly-skilled they are
As we mark 30 years of Primary Health Care and reflect on how this nursing journal that has strived to be the voice of nurses working across community, general practice and public health settings – it is tempting to ask, ‘What’s changed?’
A flick through the covers, articles and comments from all the way back to 1990 as we enter the third decade of the 21st century highlights some lasting sores, top of which must surely be the failure to sort out social care and the effect that has on patients and clients across the age span.
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