Health services delivery

Health care today occupies a fragmented environment that needs to adapt to rapid change in order to provide continuous and coordinated people-centred care. Health service delivery faces increasing public demands for access to and use of new technologies, new medications and new models of care, as well as higher expectations of quality and safe care.

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Creating life lines – integrating mental health services into primary care

While screening for depression is one of the first ways that primary care doctors and nurses can help, it is important that they are also equipped with resources to follow up on the results of these screenings; primary care teams require adequate training to screen and prevent, but also to treat and prescribe.


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