Why we need to celebrate successes, such as nurse prescribing
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Why we need to celebrate successes, such as nurse prescribing

Julie Sylvester @RCNi_Julie Editor, Primary Health Care

As I gather my thoughts ahead of my final edition as editor of Primary Health Care, I am flooded with memories and reflections of what the journal has featured over the years, what is pressing and urgent now and what the future holds. It is has been a privilege to serve and support the combined forces of nurses working in community, primary care and public health settings.

Primary Health Care. 34, 2, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/phc.34.2.5.s1

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