Measles: the role of health protection teams and primary care
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Measles: the role of health protection teams and primary care

Jane de Burgh Senior health protection practitioner, South London Health Protection Team, Public Health England, London, England

Measles is a highly infectious, potentially serious viral infection that mainly affects those people who are unvaccinated. Prompt notification by clinicians and appropriate public health actions can prevent the infection spreading to vulnerable individuals.

Primary Health Care. 29, 6, 22-24. doi: 10.7748/phc.2019.e1609

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jane.deburgh@phe.gov.uk

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