Community Oriented Primary Care: New Directions for Health Services Delivery
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  • ISBN: 978-0-309-07467-4
  • 320 pages
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Community Oriented Primary Care:
New Directions for Health Services Delivery
(1983)
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  • Health and Medicine — Policy, Reviews and Evaluations
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Front Matter i-xiv
Overview and Summary 1-5
Community Oriented Primary Care: Lessons Learned in Three Decades 6-18
Part I: Theoretical Issues 19-20
Community Oriented Primary Care: Meaning and Scope 21-59
The Meaning of Community Oriented Primary Care in the American Context 60-103
Community Oriented Primary Care: An International Perspective 104-118
Opportunities and Constraints for Community Oriented Primary Care 119-137
Health Worker Roles in Community Oriented Primary Care 138-166
Medical Education and Training for Community Oriented Primary Care 167-197
Thoughts on Community Oriented Primary Care 198-206
Part II: Practical Applications 207-208
Promoting COPC Through a Rural Health Care Network: Marshfield Clinic 209-213
COPC in the Texas Valley 214-216
Elements of COPC in the UMWA Health and Retirement Funds Program 217-221
COPC and a State Health Department: West Virginia's Experience 222-224
Columbia University-Harlem Hospital Primary Care Network 225-226
COPC in a Hospital-Affiliated Health Center 227-229
Denver Health and Hospitals Experience 230-233
Partnership for Health: The Family Nurse Practitioner/Family Physician Team 234-238
The Patient Advisory Council Concept 239-242
The Application of COPC in a Welsh Mining Village 243-249
Training for COPC in the Netherlands and Around the World 250-257
Can Area Health Education Centers Promote COPC? The Colorado Experience 258-263
Departments of Family Practice as Vehicles for Promoting COPC 264-268
New Mexico's Primary Care Curriculum 269-271
The Beersheva Experience in COPC 272-275
The Upper Peninsula Medical Education Program 276-280
Part III: Workshop Discussion Summaries 281-282
Workshop A 283-284
Workshop B 285-286
Workshop C 287-288
Workshop D 289-290
Workshop E 291-292
Participants 293-299
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National Research Council. Community Oriented Primary Care: New Directions for Health Services Delivery. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 1983.

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