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Editorial Open Access
In a previous issue of the journal, I wrote about a development plan and re? ected on the aims and scope of this publication.1 Since then your Editorial Board has had a further meeting and we came to a number of conclusions. It was clear that the emphasis on quality issues and the journal’s focus on primary care were not obvious from its title. There was a requirement to make this much more widely known. In general we are not keen on title changes without substantial reasons, but it was felt that we could be conÃ Â½ dent about a move to renaming the journal Quality in Primary Care – a title that re? ects the needs of its readership.
Innovative primary care, Primary care medicines, Advanced concepts in primary care