Journal of Primary Care and General Practice

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About The Journal Open Access

Journal of Primary Care and General Practice

Journal of Primary Care and General Practice is a peer-reviewed scientific publication that offers an open access forum to discuss the recent developments and innovative trends in the primary health care and general medical practice.

Aims & Scope

The journal aims to focus on the recent developments in the health care beyond the simple medical treatment by involving family and community. To this extent the journal encompasses a wide spectrum of topics in fields including Family Practice, Palliative care, Community-health, Prenatal Care, Perioperative nursing, Medical sociology, Healthcare delivery, Multimorbidity, Comorbidity, Polypharmacy, Quality of life, Sexual Health, Pain Management, Mental health, Primary care medicine, Medical education, Primary care epidemiology, Clinical management, Geriatric care, and Chronic Illness.

The journal constitutes its Editorial-Board comprising scholars from all over the world to explore the Primary Care and General Practice research to strengthen this field of study.

Journal of Primary Care and General Practice welcomes to submit manuscripts online at www.editorialmanager.com/alliedjournals or may send the article as an email attachment to the mail-id [email protected]

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Just Published Articles

Review Article August 13, 2018

P.14-19

J Prim Care Gen Pract: 1(1): 14-19

Physical activity prescription a pragmatic guide to adopting current recommendations.

Meredith Janelle*, David Ginn

Research Article May 23, 2018

P.8-13

J Prim Care Gen Pract: 1(1): 8-13

An observational study of hand hygiene behaviours among healthcare workers in four peri-urban health facilities in Zambia

Jenala Chipungu,Isabel Scott Moncrieff, Lavuun Verstraete, Nicolas Osbert, Swathi Manchikanti, et al

Research Article November 24, 2017

P.2-7

J Prim Care Gen Pract: 1(1): 2-7

'Vitamin d-binding protein in somali women living in sweden was low and unaffected by treatment.'

Taye Demeke, Martin Gillstedt, Amra Osmancevic, Anne Lene Krogstad, HÃ¥kan Sinclair, et al

Editorial October 11, 2017

P.1-1

J Prim Care Gen Pract: 1(1): 1-1

Changing lifestyles for diabetes prevention.

Sununta Youngwanichsetha