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Implementing the renewed vision for Primary Health Care in the Declaration of Astana: the time is now

  • Hans Kluge (a1) (a2), Edward Kelley (a2) (a3), Yelzhan Birtanov (a4), Pavlos N. Theodorakis (a5) (a6), Shannon Barkley (a6) (a7), Serzhan Aidossov (a6) (a8) (a9) and Jose M. Valderas (a10) (a11)...
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Author for correspondence: Pavlos N. Theodorakis, Division of Health Systems and Public Health, European Centre for Primary Health Care, Regional Office for Europe, World Health Organization, Almaty, Kazakhstan; Alma-Ata 40th Anniversary Technical Coordination Team, Geneva, Switzerland. E-mail: theodorakispavlos@gmail.com

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Kluge, H, Kelley, E, Theodorakis, PN, Barkley, S and Valderas, JM (2018b) Forty years on from Alma Ata: present and future of Primary Health Care research. Primary Health Care Research & Development 19, 421423.
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Implementing the renewed vision for Primary Health Care in the Declaration of Astana: the time is now

  • Hans Kluge (a1) (a2), Edward Kelley (a2) (a3), Yelzhan Birtanov (a4), Pavlos N. Theodorakis (a5) (a6), Shannon Barkley (a6) (a7), Serzhan Aidossov (a6) (a8) (a9) and Jose M. Valderas (a10) (a11)...

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