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May-June 2018 | Vol 7 | Issue 3

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Editorial
What is in the name? Understanding terminologies of patient-centered, person-centered, and patient-directed care!
The traditional “medical model” of health care has a paternalistic approach where patients are reassured and not decision makers, but some individuals and families prefer it. But there a...
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Commentary
Game change in Indian Health Care System through reforms in medical education curriculum focusing on primary care- Recommendations of a joint working group
Despite the stated aim of Medical Council of India (body regulating medical education in India) to produce an Indian Medical Graduate with requisite knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and responsi...
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Review Article
Biopsychosocial model of illnesses in primary care: A hermeneutic literature review
Biopsychosocial model is a useful worldview for primary care or family doctors. However, it is often considered as impractical or too complicated. The objective of this study is to review the implem...
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Commentary
Health at the time of demonetization
Health care is one of the key essential services to be traditionally impacted by financial turbulences. The Government of India announced the demonetization of INR 500 and INR 1000 currency notes in...
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Review Article
A review on interventions to reduce medication discrepancies or errors in primary or ambulatory care setting during care transition from hospital to primary care
Introduction: Transition of care from hospital to primary care has been associated with increased medication errors. This review article aims to examine the existing evidence on interventions...
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