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Personalising public health

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Primary care settings present an opportunity to ta Primary care settings present an opportunity to tailor care to improve outcomes

Nurses working in primary care undertake an essential role in implementing the NHS Long Term Plan1 alongside enabling a clear recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic. This piece will consider the importance of the nurse in this role and the breadth of expertise, skills and knowledge required within the area of chronic health management and consider how the nurse is instrumental for future changes.

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