Celebrating 30 years of Primary Health Care
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Celebrating 30 years of Primary Health Care

Daniel Allen Health writer

Looking back at the stories this journal has covered on its 30th anniversary, recurring themes appear along with nurses quietly working in innovative ways to make a difference to the lives of individuals and communities against a shifting backdrop of policy initiatives

In 1990, Kenneth Clarke was health secretary in a Conservative government, nurse prescribing was in its infancy and the first issue of a new-look, relaunched Primary Health Care was rolling off the presses.

Primary Health Care. 30, 2, 14-17. doi: 10.7748/phc.30.2.14.s14

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