Efficacy of a family-based cardiovascular risk reduction intervention in individuals with a family history of premature coronary heart disease in India (PROLIFIC): an open-label, single-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial
Lancet Glob Health. 2021 Oct;9(10):e1442-e1450. doi: 10.1016/S2214-109X(21)00319-3.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Coronary heart disease, a leading cause of death globally, is amenable to lifestyle interventions. The family environment can affect the ability or willingness of individuals to make lifestyle changes. We aimed to investigate the efficacy of a targeted family-based intervention for reduction of total cardiovascular risk in individuals with a family history of premature coronary heart disease.METHODS: We did an open-label, cluster randomised controlled trial (PROLIFIC) in the families (first-degree relatives and spouses, o...
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 17, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Panniyammakal Jeemon Sivadasanpillai Harikrishnan Sanjay Ganapathi Sivasubramonian Sivasankaran Bhaskarapillai Binukumar Sandosh Padmanabhan Nikhil Tandon Dorairaj Prabhakaran Source Type: research

Efficacy of a family-based cardiovascular risk reduction intervention in individuals with a family history of premature coronary heart disease in India (PROLIFIC): an open-label, single-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial
Lancet Glob Health. 2021 Oct;9(10):e1442-e1450. doi: 10.1016/S2214-109X(21)00319-3.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Coronary heart disease, a leading cause of death globally, is amenable to lifestyle interventions. The family environment can affect the ability or willingness of individuals to make lifestyle changes. We aimed to investigate the efficacy of a targeted family-based intervention for reduction of total cardiovascular risk in individuals with a family history of premature coronary heart disease.METHODS: We did an open-label, cluster randomised controlled trial (PROLIFIC) in the families (first-degree relatives and spouses, o...
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 17, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Panniyammakal Jeemon Sivadasanpillai Harikrishnan Sanjay Ganapathi Sivasubramonian Sivasankaran Bhaskarapillai Binukumar Sandosh Padmanabhan Nikhil Tandon Dorairaj Prabhakaran Source Type: research

Efficacy of a family-based cardiovascular risk reduction intervention in individuals with a family history of premature coronary heart disease in India (PROLIFIC): an open-label, single-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial
Lancet Glob Health. 2021 Oct;9(10):e1442-e1450. doi: 10.1016/S2214-109X(21)00319-3.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Coronary heart disease, a leading cause of death globally, is amenable to lifestyle interventions. The family environment can affect the ability or willingness of individuals to make lifestyle changes. We aimed to investigate the efficacy of a targeted family-based intervention for reduction of total cardiovascular risk in individuals with a family history of premature coronary heart disease.METHODS: We did an open-label, cluster randomised controlled trial (PROLIFIC) in the families (first-degree relatives and spouses, o...
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 17, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Panniyammakal Jeemon Sivadasanpillai Harikrishnan Sanjay Ganapathi Sivasubramonian Sivasankaran Bhaskarapillai Binukumar Sandosh Padmanabhan Nikhil Tandon Dorairaj Prabhakaran Source Type: research

Efficacy of a family-based cardiovascular risk reduction intervention in individuals with a family history of premature coronary heart disease in India (PROLIFIC): an open-label, single-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial
Lancet Glob Health. 2021 Oct;9(10):e1442-e1450. doi: 10.1016/S2214-109X(21)00319-3.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Coronary heart disease, a leading cause of death globally, is amenable to lifestyle interventions. The family environment can affect the ability or willingness of individuals to make lifestyle changes. We aimed to investigate the efficacy of a targeted family-based intervention for reduction of total cardiovascular risk in individuals with a family history of premature coronary heart disease.METHODS: We did an open-label, cluster randomised controlled trial (PROLIFIC) in the families (first-degree relatives and spouses, o...
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 17, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Panniyammakal Jeemon Sivadasanpillai Harikrishnan Sanjay Ganapathi Sivasubramonian Sivasankaran Bhaskarapillai Binukumar Sandosh Padmanabhan Nikhil Tandon Dorairaj Prabhakaran Source Type: research

Efficacy of a family-based cardiovascular risk reduction intervention in individuals with a family history of premature coronary heart disease in India (PROLIFIC): an open-label, single-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial
Lancet Glob Health. 2021 Oct;9(10):e1442-e1450. doi: 10.1016/S2214-109X(21)00319-3.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Coronary heart disease, a leading cause of death globally, is amenable to lifestyle interventions. The family environment can affect the ability or willingness of individuals to make lifestyle changes. We aimed to investigate the efficacy of a targeted family-based intervention for reduction of total cardiovascular risk in individuals with a family history of premature coronary heart disease.METHODS: We did an open-label, cluster randomised controlled trial (PROLIFIC) in the families (first-degree relatives and spouses, o...
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 17, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Panniyammakal Jeemon Sivadasanpillai Harikrishnan Sanjay Ganapathi Sivasubramonian Sivasankaran Bhaskarapillai Binukumar Sandosh Padmanabhan Nikhil Tandon Dorairaj Prabhakaran Source Type: research

The diagnostic trajectory of Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) in the Netherlands: Experiences of mothers
CONCLUSIONS: Our results underline the importance of improving the knowledgeability in primary schools and primary health care professionals with regard to DCD.PMID:34528720 | DOI:10.1111/cch.12914 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Jessica M Lust Imke L J Adams Heleen A Reinders-Messelink Joli Luijckx Marina M Schoemaker Bert Steenbergen Source Type: research

Impact of a coronary artery calcium-guided statin treatment protocol on cardiovascular risk at 12 months: Results from a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Participants unblinded to their CAC showed reductions in LDL irrespective of statin continuation when compared to controls at 12 months. Improvements in individual risk factors and PCE risk were also noted. CAC assessment may positively influence patients and physicians to improve risk factor control.PMID:34482089 | DOI:10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2021.08.002 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 5, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Prasanna Venkataraman Quan Huynh Stephen J Nicholls Tony Stanton Gerald F Watts Thomas H Marwick CAUGHT-CAD investigators Source Type: research

Impact of a coronary artery calcium-guided statin treatment protocol on cardiovascular risk at 12 months: Results from a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Participants unblinded to their CAC showed reductions in LDL irrespective of statin continuation when compared to controls at 12 months. Improvements in individual risk factors and PCE risk were also noted. CAC assessment may positively influence patients and physicians to improve risk factor control.PMID:34482089 | DOI:10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2021.08.002 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 5, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Prasanna Venkataraman Quan Huynh Stephen J Nicholls Tony Stanton Gerald F Watts Thomas H Marwick CAUGHT-CAD investigators Source Type: research

Impact of a coronary artery calcium-guided statin treatment protocol on cardiovascular risk at 12 months: Results from a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Participants unblinded to their CAC showed reductions in LDL irrespective of statin continuation when compared to controls at 12 months. Improvements in individual risk factors and PCE risk were also noted. CAC assessment may positively influence patients and physicians to improve risk factor control.PMID:34482089 | DOI:10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2021.08.002 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 5, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Prasanna Venkataraman Quan Huynh Stephen J Nicholls Tony Stanton Gerald F Watts Thomas H Marwick CAUGHT-CAD investigators Source Type: research

Impact of a coronary artery calcium-guided statin treatment protocol on cardiovascular risk at 12 months: Results from a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Participants unblinded to their CAC showed reductions in LDL irrespective of statin continuation when compared to controls at 12 months. Improvements in individual risk factors and PCE risk were also noted. CAC assessment may positively influence patients and physicians to improve risk factor control.PMID:34482089 | DOI:10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2021.08.002 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 5, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Prasanna Venkataraman Quan Huynh Stephen J Nicholls Tony Stanton Gerald F Watts Thomas H Marwick CAUGHT-CAD investigators Source Type: research

Impact of a coronary artery calcium-guided statin treatment protocol on cardiovascular risk at 12 months: Results from a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Participants unblinded to their CAC showed reductions in LDL irrespective of statin continuation when compared to controls at 12 months. Improvements in individual risk factors and PCE risk were also noted. CAC assessment may positively influence patients and physicians to improve risk factor control.PMID:34482089 | DOI:10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2021.08.002 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 5, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Prasanna Venkataraman Quan Huynh Stephen J Nicholls Tony Stanton Gerald F Watts Thomas H Marwick CAUGHT-CAD investigators Source Type: research

Impact of a coronary artery calcium-guided statin treatment protocol on cardiovascular risk at 12 months: Results from a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Participants unblinded to their CAC showed reductions in LDL irrespective of statin continuation when compared to controls at 12 months. Improvements in individual risk factors and PCE risk were also noted. CAC assessment may positively influence patients and physicians to improve risk factor control.PMID:34482089 | DOI:10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2021.08.002 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 5, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Prasanna Venkataraman Quan Huynh Stephen J Nicholls Tony Stanton Gerald F Watts Thomas H Marwick CAUGHT-CAD investigators Source Type: research

Impact of a coronary artery calcium-guided statin treatment protocol on cardiovascular risk at 12 months: Results from a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Participants unblinded to their CAC showed reductions in LDL irrespective of statin continuation when compared to controls at 12 months. Improvements in individual risk factors and PCE risk were also noted. CAC assessment may positively influence patients and physicians to improve risk factor control.PMID:34482089 | DOI:10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2021.08.002 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 5, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Prasanna Venkataraman Quan Huynh Stephen J Nicholls Tony Stanton Gerald F Watts Thomas H Marwick CAUGHT-CAD investigators Source Type: research

Impact of a coronary artery calcium-guided statin treatment protocol on cardiovascular risk at 12 months: Results from a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Participants unblinded to their CAC showed reductions in LDL irrespective of statin continuation when compared to controls at 12 months. Improvements in individual risk factors and PCE risk were also noted. CAC assessment may positively influence patients and physicians to improve risk factor control.PMID:34482089 | DOI:10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2021.08.002 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 5, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Prasanna Venkataraman Quan Huynh Stephen J Nicholls Tony Stanton Gerald F Watts Thomas H Marwick CAUGHT-CAD investigators Source Type: research

Impact of a coronary artery calcium-guided statin treatment protocol on cardiovascular risk at 12 months: Results from a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Participants unblinded to their CAC showed reductions in LDL irrespective of statin continuation when compared to controls at 12 months. Improvements in individual risk factors and PCE risk were also noted. CAC assessment may positively influence patients and physicians to improve risk factor control.PMID:34482089 | DOI:10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2021.08.002 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - September 5, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Prasanna Venkataraman Quan Huynh Stephen J Nicholls Tony Stanton Gerald F Watts Thomas H Marwick CAUGHT-CAD investigators Source Type: research

Implications of new clinical practice guidance on familial hypercholesterolaemia for Australian general practitioners
DISCUSSION: Recent consensus advice on the care of patients with FH in Australia provides an opportunity for GPs to increase their awareness and skills in diagnosing and managing FH. New Medicare Benefits Schedule items for genetic testing and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme listing for the use of proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin 9 (PCSK9) inhibitors offer GPs additional supports to improve the care of patients with FH. A shared-care approach between GPs and non-GP specialists with expertise in multiple disciplines offers the best option to facilitate genetic testing and management of index cases and affected family r...
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 31, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Tom Brett Jan Radford Clare Heal Charlotte Mary Hespe Jacquie Garton-Smith Andrew Kirke Dick C Chan Jing Pang Gerald F Watts Source Type: research

Awareness of familial hypercholesterolaemia in Australian primary care: A qualitative descriptive study
DISCUSSION: This research reflected a lack of knowledge, awareness and use of guidelines similar to that shown in other published studies. Improved primary care infrastructure, knowledge and awareness of FH need to be addressed.PMID:34462767 | DOI:10.31128/AJGP-04-21-5952 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 31, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Caroline Bulsara Tom Brett Jan Radford Clare Heal Gerard Gill Charlotte Mary Hespe Cristian Vargas-Garcia Ian W Li David R Sullivan Alistair W Vickery Jing Pang Diane Arnold-Reed Dick C Chan Gerald F Watts Source Type: research

Mental Health and Substance Use Among Adults with Disabilities During the COVID-19 Pandemic - United States, February-March 2021
MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2021 Aug 27;70(34):1142-1149. doi: 10.15585/mmwr.mm7034a3.ABSTRACTAdults with disabilities, a group including>25% of U.S. adults (1), experience higher levels of mental health and substance use conditions and lower treatment rates than do adults without disabilities* (2,3). Survey data collected during April-September 2020 revealed elevated adverse mental health symptoms among adults with disabilities (4) compared with the general adult population (5). Despite disproportionate risk for infection with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, and COVID-19-associated hospitalization and mortal...
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 26, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Mark É Czeisler Amy Board JoAnn M Thierry Charles A Czeisler Shantha M W Rajaratnam Mark E Howard Kristie E N Clarke Source Type: research

Mental Health and Substance Use Among Adults with Disabilities During the COVID-19 Pandemic - United States, February-March 2021
MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2021 Aug 27;70(34):1142-1149. doi: 10.15585/mmwr.mm7034a3.ABSTRACTAdults with disabilities, a group including>25% of U.S. adults (1), experience higher levels of mental health and substance use conditions and lower treatment rates than do adults without disabilities* (2,3). Survey data collected during April-September 2020 revealed elevated adverse mental health symptoms among adults with disabilities (4) compared with the general adult population (5). Despite disproportionate risk for infection with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, and COVID-19-associated hospitalization and mortal...
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 26, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Mark É Czeisler Amy Board JoAnn M Thierry Charles A Czeisler Shantha M W Rajaratnam Mark E Howard Kristie E N Clarke Source Type: research

Irritable bowel syndrome and risk of glaucoma: An analysis of two independent population-based cohort studies
CONCLUSIONS: In two large European cohort studies, IBS is a risk factor for glaucoma.PMID:34431591 | DOI:10.1002/ueg2.12136 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 25, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Zachary E McPherson Henrik T S ørensen Erzs ébet Horváth-Puhó Ashish Agar Minas T Coroneo Andrew White Ian C Francis Louis R Pasquale Jae H Kang Sven Pettersson Nicholas J Talley Mark A McEvoy Source Type: research

Irritable bowel syndrome and risk of glaucoma: An analysis of two independent population-based cohort studies
CONCLUSIONS: In two large European cohort studies, IBS is a risk factor for glaucoma.PMID:34431591 | DOI:10.1002/ueg2.12136 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 25, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Zachary E McPherson Henrik T S ørensen Erzs ébet Horváth-Puhó Ashish Agar Minas T Coroneo Andrew White Ian C Francis Louis R Pasquale Jae H Kang Sven Pettersson Nicholas J Talley Mark A McEvoy Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Pre-natal and post-natal diagnosis of congenital upper limb differences: The first 3 years of the Australian Hand Difference Register
CONCLUSIONS: The AHDR is a valuable resource for understanding the relative frequencies of CoULDs. Participation will assist future research into the diagnostic journeys of children with CoULDs, including risk factors, diagnosis and psychosocial impacts.PMID:34343375 | DOI:10.1111/jpc.15673 (Source: Australian Family Physician)
Source: Australian Family Physician - August 3, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: David O'Keefe Joanne Kennedy David McCombe Chris Coombs Lisa Hui Daniel Wilks Jane Halliday Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research

Measuring physician practice, preparedness and preferences for genomic medicine: a national survey
BMJ Open. 2021 Jul 9;11(7):e044408. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044408.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Even as genomic medicine is implemented globally, there remains a lack of rigorous, national assessments of physicians' current genomic practice and continuing genomics education needs. The aim of this study was to address this gap.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey, informed by qualitative data and behaviour change theory, to assess the current landscape of Australian physicians' genomic medicine practice, perceptions of proximity and individual preparedness, and preferred models of practice and continuing education. The survey was adver...
Source: Australian Family Physician - July 10, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Nisselle Emily A King Belinda McClaren Monika Janinski Sylvia Metcalfe Clara Gaff Australian Genomics Workforce & Education Working Group Source Type: research