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‘We need to talk’: communication between primary care trusts and other health and social care agencies following the introduction of the Single Assessment Process for older people in England,

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PHC volume 11 issue 1 Cover and Front matter Primary Health Care Research & Development volume 11 | issue 1 | january 2010 issn 1463-4236 EDITORS Professor Sally Kendall Professor of Nursing, CRIPACC, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfi eld, UK Professor Ros Bryar Professor of Community and Primary Care Nursing, City University, London, UK NETWORKING EDITOR Dr Jonathan Graffy Senior Clinical Research Fellow, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK PUBLICATIONS REVIEW EDITOR Dr Maxine Offredy Publications Review Editor, Reader in Primary Health Care, CRIPACC, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfi eld, UK SOCIETY FOR ACADEMIC PRIMARY CARE REPRESENTATIVE* Dr Peter Murchie Senior Clinical Lecturer in Primary Care, Department of General Practice & Primary Care, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Michelle Varian CRIPACC, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfi eld, UK EDITORIAL BOARD Dr Fiona Brooks Reader in Primary Health Care, CRIPACC, University of Herts, Hatfi eld, UK Professor Sarah Cowley Professor of Community Practice Development, Kings College, London, UK Dr Steve Iliffe Reader in General Practice, Primary Care and Population Sciences, University College, London, UK Julia Johnson Senior Lecturer, School of Health & Social Welfare, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK Professor Geoff Meads Visiting Professor of Organisational Research, Centre for Primary Health Care Studies, Warwick Medical School, Coventry, UK Dr Pauline Pearson Senior Lecturer in Primary Care Nursing, School of Medical Educational Development, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, UK Professor Helen Smith Chair of Primary Care, Brighton & Sussex Medical School, University of Brighton, Brighton, UK Professor Sarah Stewart-Brown Director of The Health Sciences Research Institute, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK Professor Chris Van Weel Professor of General Practice, Department of General Practice, U

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