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January 2021 | Vol 10 | Issue 1

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Broad guidelines for primary care practitioners/standalone private health facilities/frontline healthcare facilities in view of COVID-19 pandemic
In view of India unlocking, to secure a large population of this country, the healthcare facilities delivering primary care as well standalone health facilities need to be secured from impacts of CO...
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Acute encephalitis syndrome and Bihar health profile: Urgent need to revitalize primary health care
Acute encephalitis syndrome(AES) represents long term public health challenge with recurrent seasonal outbreak in many districts of Bihar for the past two decades. Multiple hypothesis has been postu...
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The importance of physical examination in primary health care provided by NPHW is being threatened in COVID19 times
Physical examination has been one of the three pillars of diagnostic evaluation of illnesses. It has a larger role in the armamentarium of non-physician health workers. Due to prescriptions for soci...
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COVID-19—A new normal Indian community
Novel coronavirus disease has affected the different segments of community. As the positive cases are increasing day by day across the world and in India, everything should be back to new normal. Th...
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Collateral effects and ethical challenges in healthcare due to COVID-19 – A dire need to support healthcare workers and systems
COVID-19 has affected the daily activities of people across the globe. The effects of the pandemic have not just been medical, but also societal and economical. The responses of government and the p...
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  Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care
ISSN - Print: 2249-4863,
Online: 2278-7135

Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, the official journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care Trust, is a peer-reviewed open-access journal.

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