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Safeguarding Primary Healthcare: A Case Study of Barbados

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Author(s): Patricia Rodney | Esker Copeland

Journal: Social Medicine
ISSN 1557-7112

Volume: 4;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 204;
Date: 2009;
Original page

Keywords: primary healthcare | Barbados | health system | Alma Ata

ABSTRACT
The concept of primary health care has regained prominence as many countries around the globe face rising health costs and failed health systems. This study examines Barbados, a developing country in the eastern Caribbean, which has consistently included the concept of primary health care in all of its development plans. Based on the government's stated commitment to Health for All, this review was conducted to examine whether this focus has prevailed. The purpose of this paper was to identify some of the advancements or reversals of primary health care policy in Barbados.
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