Primary care can be defined as a non-specific or general treatment provided to a patient in the primary or an undiagnosed stage of disease. This is the entry point of health care system or initial stage of health care. This initial stage is of great importance because it further designs the ongoing treatment process. Primary health care journals are journals dealing clearly with practice issues and they also addresses about the issues in health care and services.
Primary care articles are based on recent trends and changes in patient management, and advancements in health care services and facilities. These articles are mainly systemic reviews or summaries on ongoing practices in health care. Journal of General practice publishes articles highlighting the aspects of clinical care. The quality of articles is well maintained by assessing their novelty in content presentation by an expert group of editorial board members of the journal. These articles are coming under various sections of primary health care involving disease etiology, treatment, diagnosis and prognosis. Since the category of health professionals includes both physicians and non-physicians such as other health care consultants of lower level, this journal also deals with the issues of a vast group.
Last date updated on June, 2014