The Challenge of Primary Care

  • Karen Veitch
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Part of the Nurse Education in Practice book series (NEP)

Abstract

The Northern Primary Care Development Centre was opened at the beginning of 1997. The aims of the Development Centre are reflected in the mission statement:

To improve patient care by being an agent for change in inter-professional behaviour and working practice. The Centre will provide extensive developmental support to primary care staff and services and an inter-agency setting for primary care development and co-operative working.

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