Doc 44. DO NOT DO…Recommendations in health inequities

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Community-centered care and person-centered care are two of the fundamental characteristics of Primary Care. A true biopsychosocial approach must incorporate the social determinants of health into clinical practice, thus combining these two essential dimensions.

This document lists some common Primary Care clinical practice procedures that should be avoided in order to improve the integration of social determinants into the consultation and help clinical practice avoid being a space that amplifies social inequalities, but rather to be a place where, within the possibilities, there is an attempt to reduce them or at least to cushion them.

ISBN: 978-84-124769-0-3

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Number of pages: 24