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Promoting Teamwork in Primary Care: A…

Promoting Teamwork in Primary Care: A Research-Based Approach

by Pauline Pearson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0340652446, Paperback)

Promoting Teamwork in Primary Care addresses the issues central tot he concept of primary care-led NHS. It uses recent research on primary care to examine some of the ways in which teamwork can be promoted to achieve high quality care. Examples are drawn from rural and urban settings, individual practices and health districts and include management-centred approaches, educational initiatives and practice-based developments.

This edited text will be essential reading for postgraduate students of general practice and community nursing. Undergraduates of nursing, medicine and social work will alsofind this book an invaluable aid to their understanding of research in primary care.

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