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The cycle of care 

The cycle of care
The cycle of care

David Pendleton

, Theo Schofield

, Peter Tate

, and Peter Havelock

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date: 22 October 2019

Chapter 2 is the organizing framework for the first half of this resource, and outlines the model as we have now come to understand it. It is informed by a great deal of new thinking, described in later chapters, and it also comments on features that might become the subject of future study. The doctor’s side is a little more explicit here than before and this accurately reflects a shift in our focus over the last 20 years.

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