Person-centred medicine in the context of primary care: A view from the World Organization of Family Doctors (Wonca)
Rationale, aims and objectives: Most professional medical care is provided in the community, and this determines the importance of primary care for the health care system. As family doctors are involved in the care of different health problems over time to the same individual, the personal dimension is strong. This paper analyses the importance of personcentred medicine from the perspective of primary care and family medicine. Methods: The views and opinions of the leadership of the World...[Show more]
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