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Epidemiology for primary health care

, : Epidemiology for primary health care. International Journal of Epidemiology 5(3): 224-225

Systems are needed through which effective health care can be made accessible and acceptable to the people. Primary health workers must be trained, intermediate technology must be developed, referral mechanisms must be devised and community participation is essential. Primary health care must be based on epidemiological information.

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