Special features of general practice (primary care) and ethical implications

Journal of Medical Ethics 6 (1):23-25 (1980)
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In all systems of health care there are certain essential levels of care and service. These take the form of self-care within the family unit; primary professional care by general medical nursing or social practitioners within a local neighbourhood; general specialist care in a district and super-specialist care in a region. Each of these has its own special roles and responsibilities and each is considered in this paper
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