Alma Ata Declaration
BMJ (British Medical Journal). 1983 Jan 15; 286(6360): 191-194.
Horder evaluates the current state of health care in Great Britain in light of the Declaration of Alma Ata, which called upon all countries to formulate national policies to initiate and maintain primary health care as the key to achieving "health for all" by the year 2000. While Britain has developed a good system of primary medical care, primary health care, with its emphasis on preventive medicine and health promotion, is in a state of flux. The author concludes by outlining the challenges this situation poses to general practitioners and other health personnel, district and regional health authorities, professional organizations, and the government. (KIE abstract)
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Bernstein, Judith; Berson, Alma; Brill, Mara; Cooper, Susan; Ferber, Geri; Glazer, Ellen; Kaufman, Adele; Levin, Susan; Lynn, Susan; Silverstein, Deborah; Springer, Jeanie; Steinberg, Sharon; Robertson, John A. (Brandeis University. Heller Graduate School. National Policy and Resource Center on Women and Aging, 1996-06)