Family practice

(ISSN: 0263-2136, 1460-2229)

Table of Contents

From Family practice

2020 -

  • The changing landscape of alcohol use disorder and problem drinking in the USA: implications for primary care. 
  • Far from acceptable: youth-reported risk behaviour screening by primary care physicians. 
  • Predictors of children's health system use: cross-sectional study of linked data. 
  • Patient loneliness in an urban, underserved family medicine residency clinic: prevalence and relationship to health care utilization. 
  • Out-of-hours primary care in 26 European countries: an overview of organizational models. 
  • Is polypharmacy beneficial or detrimental for older adults with cardiometabolic multimorbidity? Pooled analysis of studies from Hong Kong and Europe. 
  • Dumping adherence: a person-centred response for primary care. 
  • Measuring family caregivers' experience of interprofessional care for patients and families: development of the Japanese version of the Caregivers' Experience Instrument. 
  • Comparison of health care utilization among users of public and private community health centres in urban China. 
  • Addressing financial strain through a peer-to-peer intervention in primary care. 
  • Scope of health problems managed by general practitioners in Mali and France: awaiting practice transition in sub-Saharan Africa? 
  • The effect of a primary care-based Medical Weight Loss Program on weight loss and anthropomorphic metrics. 
  • Sex differences in incidence of respiratory symptoms and management by general practitioners. 
  • Domperidone in Parkinson's disease: a valuable controversy, but unnecessary panic. 
  • Technological devices in COVID-19 primary care management: the Italian experience. 
  • Meta-research: bird's eye views of primary care research. 
  • Identifying patients who could benefit from palliative care by making use of the general practice information system: the Surprise Question versus the SPICT. 
  • Exploring primary health care professionals' perceptions about a patient feedback intervention to improve patient safety in Spanish primary health care centres: a qualitative study. 
  • Peak expiratory flow in the standing and sitting positions is equivalent in adults: a cross-over study. 
  • Intimate partner violence in Greece: a study of 664 consecutive forensic clinical examinations. 
  • The extraordinary diagnostic sensitivity of family physicians. 
  • Pharmacists in general practice: a qualitative process evaluation of the General Practice Pharmacist (GPP) study. 
  • Faecal immunochemical test to triage patients with abdominal symptoms for suspected colorectal cancer in primary care: review of international use and guidelines. 
  • Roles and challenges of primary care physicians facing a dual outbreak of COVID-19 and dengue in Singapore. 
  • Association of depression and anxiety with adherence in primary care patients with heart failure-cross-sectional results of the observational RECODE-HF cohort study. 
  • Introducing teledermoscopy of possible skin cancers in general practice in Southern Denmark. 
  • Assessing predictors of respiratory tract infections in infants born to teenage mothers: secondary analysis of the Building Blocks trial data. 
  • An overview of general practitioner consultations in China: a direct observational study. 
  • Patient preferences for preventive health checks in Danish general practice: a discrete choice experiment among patients at high risk of noncommunicable diseases. 
  • General practitioners' perceptions on the feasibility and acceptability of implementing a risk prediction checklist to support their end-of-life discussions in routine care: a qualitative study. 
  • Reasons for encounter in primary health care in Brazil. 
  • Integration of absolute cardiovascular disease risk assessment into routine blood cholesterol testing at pathology services. 
  • Family physicians with mental disorders admitted to a physicians' health programme: what can be learned? 
  • Measurement properties of family resilience assessment questionnaires: a systematic review. 
  • A decline in patient disclosure of heterosexuality in the English General Practice Patient Survey: a longitudinal analysis of cross-sectional data. 
  • Development of nutrition counselling resources for family medicine using the knowledge to action framework. 
  • Knowledge, attitudes and practices of general medical practitioners in developed countries regarding oral cancer: an integrative review. 
  • Why discuss dementia risk reduction with middle-aged patients in general practice? 
  • Using a group medical visit model to promote healthy behaviour change with an underserved population. 
  • Results, barriers and enablers in atrial fibrillation case finding: barriers in opportunistic atrial fibrillation case finding-a cross-sectional study. 
  • Assessing guideline-concordant care for patients with multimorbidity treated in a care management setting. 
  • General practitioners and decision-making capacity assessment: the experiences and educational needs of New Zealand general practitioners. 
  • Mental health and satisfaction with primary care services in older adults: a study from the patient perspective on four dimensions of care. 
  • Early identification of the end-of-life in primary care setting. 
  • Associations between the supply and utilization of primary care and newborn, children and maternal health in rural counties of Guangdong Province, China. 
  • Inter-clinician eConsults without programmatic incentives or requirements: a qualitative study of primary care provider perspectives. 
  • Acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain situations among the working population and their pain education needs: an exploratory study. 
  • An introduction to clustered data and multilevel analyses. 
  • The role of mental disease on the association between multimorbidity and medical expenditure. 
  • A path to early diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment and dementia: validity and reliability of the myMemCheck® self-administered screening tool. 
  • Sharing the 'weight' of obesity management in primary care: integration of registered dietitian nutritionists to provide intensive behavioural therapy for obesity for Medicare patients. 
  • Predictors of patient satisfaction and outpatient health services in China: evidence from the WHO SAGE survey. 
  • The use of online discussion forums and communities for health research. 
  • Roles and recommendations from primary care physicians towards managing low-risk breast cancer survivors in a shared-care model with specialists in Singapore-a qualitative study. 
  • Understanding TIA: an ethnographic study of TIA consultations. 
  • Chest discomfort at night and risk of acute coronary syndrome: cross-sectional study of telephone conversations. 
  • Postponing vaccination in children with an infection: a qualitative study among general practitioners and pediatricians. 
  • General practitioners' provision of end-of-life care and associations with dying at home: a registry-based longitudinal study. 
  • Barriers and facilitators to GP-patient communication about emotional concerns in UK primary care: a systematic review. 
  • Family medicine physicians' confidence and perceived effectiveness in delivering health behaviour change interventions. 
  • Faecal immunochemical test-based colorectal cancer screening in Mexico: an initial experience. 
  • Gender gap in research: a bibliometric study of published articles in primary health care and general internal medicine. 
 
 

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