Why general practice nurses need to take ownership of what the ‘new normal’ will mean
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Why general practice nurses need to take ownership of what the ‘new normal’ will mean

Marie Therese Massey @MarieThereseRCN RCN professional lead general practice nursing

The pandemic has ushered in new ways of care delivery, many of which seem to be here to stay

COVID-19 has transformed the way general practice and community services are delivered, and the consensus on the front line is there will never be a return to pre-pandemic models of care delivery.

Primary Health Care. 30, 5, 13-15. doi: 10.7748/phc.30.5.13.s7

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