October 2006
Primary Health Care;Oct2006, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p5
Academic Journal
The article presents several information resources related to primary health care in Great Britain. Nurses are being offered free email accounts for work-related use by the National Health Service (NHS). Tips on helping Asian patients with type 2 diabetes during the Ramadan and Diwali festivals are available in the free resource pack "Focus on Fasting and Feasting." An online, interactive toolkit and "PCT Easy Guide" have been developed by the NHS Working in Partnership Program.


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