Trevor Hancock: Fixing primary care? Help people help themselves and others

  Times Colonist 

In two previous columns , I suggested a more thoughtful approach to fixing the primary-care crisis would be to reduce the need and demand for care in the first place. Reducing the need for care means reducing the burden of disease within society. This requires both a government and society-wide provincial population health strategy and a much stronger commitment to public health and clinical pre

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