Family practice

(ISSN: 0263-2136, 1460-2229)

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From Family practice

2019 -

  • Social determinants of sleep disturbance in safety-net primary care: unmet needs, classist discrimination, and anxiety. 
  • Self-efficacy and doctor support as mediators of depression outcomes following counselling by family doctors for intimate partner violence. 
  • The inconvincible patient: how clinicians perceive demand for antibiotics in the outpatient setting. 
  • Changes in General Practitioners' consultation frequency over time for patients with hypertension or anxiety/depression symptoms: a 10-year follow-up of the Norwegian HUNT study. 
  • Physician adherence to clinical guidelines in euthanasia and assisted suicide in the Netherlands: a qualitative study. 
  • Improvement in adherence to antibiotic duration of therapy recommendations for uncomplicated cystitis: a quasi-experimental study. 
  • A new model of patient-centred care for general practitioners: results of an integrative review. 
  • The pathway to diagnosis and treatment for surgically managed lung cancer patients. 
  • Socioeconomic status and benzodiazepine and Z-drug prescribing: a cross-sectional study of practice-level data in England. 
  • Corrigendum: Conducting ethnography in primary care. 
  • Data envelopment analysis applications in primary health care: a systematic review. 
  • Who do we discharge from renal clinic and what does it mean for primary care? 
  • Potentially inappropriate medications in older adults: a population-based cohort study. 
  • Multicentre descriptive cross-sectional study of Japanese home visit patients: reasons for encounter, health problems and multimorbidity. 
  • A cross-sectional survey of the pharmacy workforce in general practice in Scotland. 
  • Buprenorphine in primary care: perspectives on clinical and research priorities. 
  • STELO: a new tool for family physicians for the correct identification of inherited cancer syndromes. 
  • How does the duration of consults vary for upper respiratory tract infections in general practice where an antibiotic has been prescribed? 
  • Differences in US antibiotic prescription use by facility and patient characteristics: evidence from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey. 
  • Primary care clinicians' confidence, willingness participation and perceptions of roles in advance care planning discussions with patients: a multi-site survey. 
  • Development and cohort study of an audit approach to evaluate patient management in family practice in the UK: the 7S tool. 
  • Validation of self-reported help-seeking, and measurement of the patient interval, for cancer symptoms: an observational study to inform methodological challenges in symptomatic presentation research. 
  • Waist-to-height ratio is a useful indicator of cardio-metabolic risk in South Africa. 
  • Utility of catastrophizing, body symptom diagram score and history of opioid use to predict future health care utilization after a primary care visit for musculoskeletal pain. 
  • Health care use and remaining needs for support among women with breast cancer in the first 15 months after diagnosis: the role of the GP. 
  • Variation in primary health care services after implementation of quality improvement policy in Brazil. 
  • Barriers and facilitators to the timely diagnosis of endometriosis in primary care in the Netherlands. 
  • Explanations for medically unexplained symptoms: a qualitative study on GPs in daily practice consultations. 
  • Doses of hepatitis B revaccination needed for the seronegative youths to be seropositive to antibody against hepatitis B surface antigen. 
  • Communication between primary and secondary care: deficits and danger. 
  • Development and validation of a concise scale for assessing patient experience of primary care for adults in Japan. 
  • Medication-taking after stroke: a qualitative meta-synthesis of the perspectives of stroke survivors, informal carers and health professionals. 
  • Predictive factors for non-participation or partial participation in breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening programmes†. 
  • Changes over time in attitudes towards the management of older patients with heart failure by general practitioners: a qualitative study. 
  • Collaboration between the family nurse and family doctor from the perspective of patients: a qualitative study. 
  • Multidisciplinary approach to low-dose CT screening for lung cancer in a metropolitan community. 
  • Demographic differences in Canadian medical students' motivation and confidence to promote physical activity. 
  • The CRISP-P study: feasibility of a self-completed colorectal cancer risk prediction tool in primary care. 
  • Patient-reported depression treatment and future treatment preferences: an observational study in general practice. 
  • General practitioners' involvement during survivorship care of colon cancer in the Netherlands: primary health care utilization during survivorship care of colon cancer, a prospective multicentre cohort study. 
  • Primary care providers' responses to pregnancy intention screening challenges: community-based participatory research at an urban community health centre. 
  • Burden of disease in children with respiratory tract infections in primary care: diary-based cohort study. 
  • Prescribing of proton-pump inhibitors: auditing the management and reasons for prescribing in Danish general practice. 
  • Income and education are associated with transitions in health status among community-dwelling older people in Japan: the JAGES cohort study. 
  • Multimorbidity, polypharmacy and primary prevention in community-dwelling adults in Quebec: a cross-sectional study. 
  • Effectiveness of randomized controlled trial of a mobile app to promote healthy lifestyle in obese and overweight patients. 
  • Women's appraisal of the management of vulvodynia by their general practitioner: a qualitative study. 
  • General practitioners' concepts on issuing out-of-pocket prescriptions for hypnotics and sedatives in Germany. 
  • The experience of transitions in care in very old age: implications for general practice. 
  • Ovarian cancer suspicion, urgent referral and time to diagnosis in Danish general practice: a population-based study. 
  • Barriers to health care seeking with bothersome lower urinary tract symptoms among men-a nationwide study. 
  • Disability and quality of life in heart failure patients: a cross-sectional study. 
  • Medical schools, primary care and family medicine: clerkship directors' perceptions of the current environment. 
  • Oral anticoagulants usage in Japanese patients aged 18-74 years with non-valvular atrial fibrillation: a retrospective analysis based on insurance claims data. 
  • An analysis of general practitioners' perspectives on patient safety incidents using critical incident technique interviews. 
 
 

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