Erratum to: Towards improving diagnosis of memory loss in general practice: TIMeLi diagnostic test accuracy study protocol
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Source: BMC Family Practice - August 27, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Sam T. Creavin, Sarah J. Cullum, Judy Haworth, Lesley Wye, Antony Bayer, Mark Fish, Sarah Purdy and Yoav Ben-Shlomo Source Type: research

Patient experiences with family medicine: a longitudinal study after the Dutch health care reforms in 2006
In 2006 The Dutch Health Care system changed to a market oriented system. The GP remuneration changed from  ± 2/3 capitation patients and 1/3 private patients before 2006 to a mixed payment scheme. From 2006 on... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 25, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Pieter van den Hombergh, Arna van Doorn-Klomberg, Stephen Campbell, Michel Wensing and Joz é Braspenning Source Type: research

Young people who are being bullied – do they want general practice support?
Childhood bullying is a major risk factor for health, education and social relationships, with effects persisting into adulthood. It affects half of all children at some point, with 10 –14 % experiencing bullyi... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 22, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Emma Scott, Jeremy Dale, Rachel Russell and Dieter Wolke Source Type: research

National survey of family physicians to define functional decline in elderly patients with minor trauma
This study was conducted to define what constitutes clinically significant fun... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 22, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Kasim E. Abdulaziz, Jamie Brehaut, Monica Taljaard, Marcel Émond, Marie-Josée Sirois, Jacques S. Lee, Laura Wilding and Jeffrey J. Perry Source Type: research

Developing a response to family violence in primary health care: the New Zealand experience
Despite primary health care being recognised as an ideal setting to effectively respond to those experiencing family violence, responses are not widely integrated as part of routine health care. A lack of evid... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 20, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Claire Gear, Jane Koziol-McLain, Denise Wilson and Faye Clark Source Type: research

Diagnostic accuracy of a pocket screening spirometer in diagnosing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in general practice: a cross sectional validation study using tertiary care as a reference
COPD-6 ™ is a lung function testing device for a rapid pre-spirometry testing to screen-out at-risk individuals not having COPD and indicating those at risk. The aim of this study was to validate COPD-6™ lung f... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 19, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Marina Labor, Žarko Vrbica, Ivan Gudelj, Slavica Labor and Davor Plavec Source Type: research

“It’s complicated” - talking about gout medicines in primary care consultations: a qualitative study
Gout is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis. It is associated with substantial co-morbidity and often managed in primary care. A greater understanding of the communication process between patients a... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 19, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Caroline Morris, Lindsay Macdonald, Maria Stubbe and Anthony Dowell Source Type: research

Prevalence of potential underlying aetiology of macrocytic anaemia in Dutch general practice
Macrocytic anaemia (MCV  ≥ 100 fL) is a relatively common finding in general practice. However, literature on the prevalence of the different causes in this population is limited. The prevalence of macrocytic a... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 19, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Karlijn Stouten, Jurgen A. Riedl, Jolanda Droogendijk, Rob Castel, Joost van Rosmalen, Ron J. van Houten, Paul Berendes, Pieter Sonneveld and Mark-David Levin Source Type: research

Prevalence of cramps in patients over the age of 60 in primary care : a cross sectional study
Cramps are involuntary painful muscle contractions that mainly affect older people. Cramps may cause severe pain and sleep disturbance. Little information exists on the prevalence and the main features of cram... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 12, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Hubert Maisonneuve, Juliette Chambe, Chlo é Delacour, Joris Muller, Fabien Rougerie, Dagmar M. Haller and Michel Leveque Source Type: research

Low use of statins for secondary prevention in primary care: a survey in a northern Swedish population
Cholesterol-lowering therapy with statins is recommended in established cardiovascular disease (CVD) and should be considered for patients at high cardiovascular risk. We surveyed statin treatment before first... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 11, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Gunnar Nilsson, Eva Samuelsson, Lars S öderström and Thomas Mooe Source Type: research

‘Potentially inappropriate or specifically appropriate?’ Qualitative evaluation of general practitioners views on prescribing, polypharmacy and potentially inappropriate prescribing in older people
Potentially inappropriate prescribing (PIP) is common in older people in primary care, as evidenced by a significant body of quantitative research. However, relatively few qualitative studies have investigated... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 11, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Barbara Clyne, Janine A. Cooper, Carmel M. Hughes, Tom Fahey and Susan M. Smith Source Type: research

Substitution of outpatient care with primary care: a feasibility study on the experiences among general practitioners, medical specialists and patients
Reinforcing the gatekeeping role of general practitioners (GPs) by embedding specialist knowledge into primary care is seen as a possibility for stimulating a more sustainable healthcare system and avoiding un... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 9, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Sofie J. M. van Hoof, Marieke D. Spreeuwenberg, Mari ëlle E. A. L. Kroese, Jessie Steevens, Ronald J. Meerlo, Monique M. H. Hanraets and Dirk Ruwaard Source Type: research

Factors influencing general practitioners ’ decisions about cardiovascular disease risk reassessment: findings from experimental and interview studies
Guidelines on cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk reassessment intervals are unclear, potentially leading to detrimental practice variation: too frequent can result in overtreatment and greater strain on the hea... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 5, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Shannon McKinn, Carissa Bonner, Jesse Jansen, Armando Teixeira-Pinto, Matthew So, Les Irwig, Jenny Doust, Paul Glasziou and Kirsten McCaffery Source Type: research

Suicide risk in primary care patients diagnosed with a personality disorder: a nested case control study
Personality disorder (PD) is associated with elevated suicide risk, but the level of risk in primary care settings is unknown. We assessed whether PD among primary care patients is linked with a greater elevat... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 5, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Doyle, David While, Pearl L. H. Mok, Kirsten Windfuhr, Darren M. Ashcroft, Evangelos Kontopantelis, Carolyn A. Chew-Graham, Louis Appleby, Jenny Shaw and Roger T. Webb Source Type: research

Development and preliminary psychometric properties of the General Practitioner Attitudes and Confidence Scale (GPACS –D) for dementia
International evidence suggests that dementia is under –diagnosed in the community and that General Practitioners (GPs) are often reluctant to engage to their fullest capability with patients who exhibit cognit... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 4, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Ron L. Mason, Michael J. Annear, Amanda Lo, Fran McInerney, Laura T. Tierney and Andrew L. Robinson Source Type: research

Does screening for and intervening with multiple health compromising behaviours and mental health disorders amongst young people attending primary care improve health outcomes? A systematic review
Adolescence and young adulthood are important developmental periods. Screening for health compromising behaviours and mental health disorders during routine primary care visits has the potential to assist clin... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 4, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Marianne J. Webb, Sylvia D. Kauer, Elizabeth M. Ozer, Dagmar M. Haller and Lena A. Sanci Source Type: research

Comparison of 10 single and stepped methods to identify frail older persons in primary care: diagnostic and prognostic accuracy
Many instruments have been developed to identify frail older adults in primary care. A direct comparison of the accuracy and prevalence of identification methods is rare and most studies ignore the stepped sel... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 3, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Fleur L. Sutorius, Emiel O. Hoogendijk, Bernard A. H. Prins and Hein P. J. van Hout Source Type: research

Routine primary care screening for intimate partner violence and other adverse psychosocial exposures: what ’s the evidence?
Family physicians and other primary care practitioners are encouraged or expected to screen for an expanding array of concerns and problems including intimate partner violence (IPV). While there is no debate a... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - August 3, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: John D. McLennan and Harriet L. MacMillan Source Type: research

A qualitative evaluation to explore the suitability, feasibility and acceptability of using a ‘celebration card’ intervention in primary care to improve the uptake of childhood vaccinations
Childhood vaccination remains a primary mechanism for reducing the burden of infectious disease. In the United Kingdom, as in many countries, a sustained effort is required to ensure that vaccination targets a... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 30, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Saumu Lwembe, Stuart A. Green, Nuttan Tanna, Jane Connor, Colin Valler and Ruth Barnes Source Type: research

Multiple somatic symptoms in primary care patients: a cross-sectional study of consultation content, clinical management strategy and burden of encounter
Consultations involving patients with multiple somatic symptoms may be considered as challenging and time-consuming by general practitioners (GPs). Yet, little is known about the possible links between consult... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 30, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Mette T. Rask, Anders H. Carlsen, Anna Budtz-Lilly and Marianne Rosendal Source Type: research

Experiences of nurse practitioners and medical practitioners working in collaborative practice models in primary healthcare in Australia – a multiple case study using mixed methods
In 2010 policy changes were introduced to the Australian healthcare system that granted nurse practitioners access to the public health insurance scheme (Medicare) subject to a collaborative arrangement with a... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 29, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Verena Schadewaldt, Elizabeth McInnes, Janet E. Hiller and Anne Gardner Source Type: research

Behavioural health consultants in integrated primary care teams: a model for future care
Significant challenges exist within primary care services in the United Kingdom (UK). These include meeting current demand, financial pressures, an aging population and an increase in multi-morbidity. Psycholo... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 29, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Hannah Dale and Alyssa Lee Source Type: research

Advising vaccinations for the elderly: a cross-sectional survey on differences between general practitioners and physician assistants in Germany
In Germany, the coverage of officially recommended vaccinations for the elderly is below a desirable level. It is known that advice provided by General Practitioners and Physician Assistants influences the upt... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 29, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Carolina Judith Klett-Tammen, G érard Krause, Thomas von Lengerke and Stefanie Castell Source Type: research

The role of boundary spanners in delivering collaborative care: a process evaluation
On average, people with schizophrenia and psychosis die 13 –30 years sooner than the general population (World Psychiatry 10 (1):52–77, 2011). Mental and physical health care is often provided by different orga... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 29, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Carianne M. Hunt, Michael Spence and Anne McBride Source Type: research

Impact of continuing medical education in cancer diagnosis on GP knowledge, attitude and readiness to investigate – a before-after study
Continuing medical education (CME) in earlier cancer diagnosis was launched in Denmark in 2012 as part of the Danish National Cancer Plan. The CME programme was introduced to improve the recognition among gene... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 26, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Berit Skj ødeberg Toftegaard, Flemming Bro, Alina Zalounina Falborg and Peter Vedsted Source Type: research

Does an increase in visits to general practice indicate a malignancy?
An increase in a patient ’s visits to doctors usually raises concerns and may be a ‘red flag’ for a patient’s deterioration of health. The aim of this study was to analyze whether an increase of patient-physici... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 26, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Johannes Hauswaldt, Eva Hummers-Pradier and Wolfgang Himmel Source Type: research

Why do family doctors prescribe potentially inappropriate medication to elderly patients?
Based on changes in pharmacokinetics and –dynamics in elderly patients, there are potentially inappropriate medications (PIM) that should be avoided in patients aged ≥ 65 years. Current studies showed prescrip... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 22, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Karen Voigt, Mandy Gottschall, Juliane K öberlein-Neu, Jeannine Schübel, Nadine Quint and Antje Bergmann Source Type: research

Applying clinical guidelines in general practice: a qualitative study of potential complications
Clinical guidelines for single diseases often pose problems in general practice work with multimorbid patients. However, little research focuses on how general practice is affected by the demand to follow multipl... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 22, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Bjarne Austad, Irene Hetlevik, Bente Prytz Mj ølstad and Anne-Sofie Helvik Source Type: research

A systematic review of interventions to provide genetics education for primary care
At least 10  % of patients seen in primary care are said to have a condition in which genetics has an influence. However, patients at risk of genetic disease may not be recognised, while those who seek advice m... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 22, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Milena Paneque, Daniela Turchetti, Leigh Jackson, Peter Lunt, Elisa Houwink and Heather Skirton Source Type: research

Preventing Acute Kidney Injury: a qualitative study exploring ‘sick day rules’ implementation in primary care
In response to growing demand for urgent care services there is a need to implement more effective strategies in primary care to support patients with complex care needs. Improving primary care management of k... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 22, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Rebecca L. Morris, Darren Ashcroft, Denham Phipps, Peter Bower, Donal O ’Donoghue, Paul Roderick, Sarah Harding, Andrew Lewington and Thomas Blakeman Source Type: research

Classifying patients with lumbar spinal stenosis using painDETECT: a cross-sectional study
The pathological mechanisms of lumbar spinal stenosis are unclear. Family doctors in the primary care setting may perform medical examinations of patients with lumbar spinal stenosis. Our aim was to use the pa... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 22, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Naoto Takahashi, Osamu Shirado, Kazuki Kobayashi, Ryosuke Mashiko and Shin-ichi Konno Source Type: research

Exploring strategies to reach individuals of Turkish and Moroccan origin for health checks and lifestyle advice: a mixed-methods study
The objective of this study was to explore how adults of Turkish and Moroccan origin liv... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 21, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Andrea J. Bukman, Dorit Teuscher, Jamila Ben Meftah, Iris Groenenberg, Mathilde R. Crone, Sandra van Dijk, Marieke B. Bos and Edith J. M. Feskens Source Type: research

Evaluating the scripts and thresholds of general practitioners for diagnosing heart failure in elderly people
Multiple diagnostic algorithms for heart failure exist. However, it is unclear whether these algorithms are incorporated in the ‘scripts’ clinicians use in every day practice. Scripts are networks of organised... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 21, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Klaartje Decaluwe, Jan Degryse and Bert Vaes Source Type: research

The supportive care needs of parents with a child with a rare disease: results of an online survey
Parents caring for a child affected by a rare disease have unmet needs, the origins of which are complex and varied. Our aim was to determine the supportive care needs of parents caring for a child with a rare... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 21, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Lemuel J. Pelentsov, Andrea L. Fielder, Thomas A. Laws and Adrian J. Esterman Source Type: research

An analytic observational study on complaints management in the general practice out of hours care setting: who complains, why, and what can we do about it?
This study reports on complaints at Kildare and West Wicklow Doctors on Call ... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 21, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Ruth A. Barragry, Leo E. Varadkar, David K. Hanlon, Ken F. Bailey, Tom C. O ’Dowd and Brendan J. O’Shea Source Type: research

The general practitioner workforce crisis in England: a qualitative study of how appraisal and revalidation are contributing to intentions to leave practice
The general practice (GP) workforce in England is in crisis, with declining morale and job satisfaction, increasing early retirement and declining interest in training to become a GP. We recently reported on f... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 20, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Jeremy Dale, Rachel Potter, Katherine Owen and Jonathan Leach Source Type: research

Impact of patient education on chronic heart failure in primary care (ETIC): a cluster randomised trial
The Education Thérapeutique des patients Insuffisants Cardiaques (ETIC; Therapeutic Education for Patients with Cardiac Failure) trial aimed to determine whether a pragmatic education intervention in general prac... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 19, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Hélène Vaillant-Roussel, Catherine Laporte, Bruno Pereira, Marion De Rosa, Bénédicte Eschalier, Charles Vorilhon, Romain Eschalier, Gilles Clément, Denis Pouchain, Jean-François Chenot, Claude Dubray and Philippe Vorilhon Source Type: research

Towards improving diagnosis of memory loss in general practice: TIMeLi diagnostic test accuracy study protocol
People with cognitive problems, and their families, report distress and uncertainty whilst undergoing evaluation for dementia and perceive that traditional diagnostic evaluation in secondary care is insufficie... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 19, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Sam T. Creavin, Sarah J. Cullum, Judy Haworth, Lesley Wye, Antony Bayer, Mark Fish, Sarah Purdy and Yoav Ben-Shlomo Source Type: research

Investigating unexplained fatigue in general practice with a particular focus on CFS/ME
Unexplained fatigue is not infrequent in the community. It presents a number of challenges to the primary care physician and particularly if the clinical examination and routine investigations are normal. Howe... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 19, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amolak S Bansal Source Type: research

Statin prescription initiation and lifestyle behaviour: a primary care cohort study
Statin prescribing and healthy lifestyles contribute to declining cardiovascular disease mortality. Recent guidelines emphasise the importance of giving lifestyle advice in association with prescribing statins... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 18, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: S. F. McAleer, M. E. Cupples, C. E. Neville, M. C. McKinley, J. V. Woodside and M. A. Tully Source Type: research

Typologies in GPs’ referral practice
The objective of this study was to explore and describe potential characteri... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 18, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Olav Thorsen, Miriam Hartveit, Jan Olav Johannessen, Lars Fosse, Geir Egil Eide, Jörn Schulz and Anders Bærheim Source Type: research

Attitudes towards primary care career in community health centers among medical students in China
Very few of the primary care doctors currently working in China’s community health centers have a college degree (issued by 5-year medical schools). How to attract college graduates to community services in th... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 16, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Lingling Zhang, Thomas Bossert, Ajay Mahal, Guoqing Hu, Qing Guo and Yuanli Liu Source Type: research

Dizziness in older people: at risk of shared therapeutic nihilism between patient and physician. A qualitative study
In this study we explored the experiences of older patients with significant dizziness-related impair... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - July 16, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Hanneke Stam, Marjanne Wisse, Bram Mulder, Johannes C. van der Wouden, Otto R. Maarsingh and Henriëtte E. van der Horst Source Type: research

A systematic review and narrative summary of family-based smoking cessation interventions to help adults quit smoking
Smoking is the most significant preventable cause of morbidity and early mortality in the world. The family is an influential context in which smoking behaviour occurs. (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - June 24, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Gill Hubbard, Trish Gorely, Gozde Ozakinci, Rob Polson and Liz Forbat Source Type: research

Urine sampling techniques in symptomatic primary-care patients: a diagnostic accuracy review
Choice of urine sampling technique in urinary tract infection may impact diagnostic accuracy and thus lead to possible over- or undertreatment. Currently no evidencebased consensus exists regarding correct sam... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - June 8, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Anne Holm and Rune Aabenhus Source Type: research

How do general practitioners contribute to preventing long-term work disability of their patients suffering from depressive disorders? A qualitative study
Depression is a major cause of work absenteeism that general practitioners (GPs) face directly since they are responsible for sickness certification and for supervising the return to work (RTW). These activiti... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - June 7, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Chantal Sylvain, Marie-José Durand, Pascale Maillette and Lise Lamothe Source Type: research

Strategies in primary healthcare to implement early identification of risky alcohol consumption: why do they work or not? A qualitative evaluation of the ODHIN study
Screening and brief interventions (SBI) in primary healthcare are cost-effective in risky drinkers, yet they are not offered to all eligible patients. This qualitative study aimed to provide more insight into ... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - June 7, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: M. Keurhorst, M. Heinen, J. Colom, C. Linderoth, U. Müssener, K. Okulicz-Kozaryn, J. Palacio-Vieira, L. Segura, F. Silfversparre, L. Słodownik, E. Sorribes, M. Laurant and M. Wensing Source Type: research

Multimorbidity and use of hypnotic and anxiolytic drugs: cross-sectional and follow-up study in primary healthcare in Iceland
The prevalence of multimorbidity is increasing worldwide, presumably leading to an increased use of medicines. During the last decades the use of hypnotic and anxiolytic benzodiazepine derivatives and related ... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - June 6, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Kristjan Linnet, Larus S. Gudmundsson, Frida G. Birgisdottir, Emil L. Sigurdsson, Magnus Johannsson, Margret O. Tomasdottir and Johann A. Sigurdsson Source Type: research

Association between multimorbidity patterns and chronic pain in elderly primary care patients: a cross-sectional observational study
Multimorbidity is a highly prevalent health problem, which may reduce adherence, produce conflicts in treatment, and is not yet supported by evidence-based clinical recommendations. Many older people suffer fr... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - June 6, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Martin Scherer, Heike Hansen, Jochen Gensichen, Karola Mergenthal, Steffi Riedel-Heller, Siegfried Weyerer, Wolfgang Maier, Angela Fuchs, Horst Bickel, Gerhard Schön, Birgitt Wiese, Hans-Helmut König, Hendrik van den Bussche and Ingmar Schäfer Source Type: research

Changing the Antibiotic Prescribing of general practice registrars: the ChAP study protocol for a prospective controlled study of a multimodal educational intervention
Australian General Practitioners (GPs) are generous prescribers of antibiotics, prompting concerns including increasing antimicrobial resistance in the community. Recent data show that GPs in vocational traini... (Source: BMC Family Practice)
Source: BMC Family Practice - June 6, 2016 Category: Primary Care Authors: Mieke L. van Driel, Simon Morgan, Amanda Tapley, Lawrie McArthur, Patrick McElduff, Lucy Yardley, Anthea Dallas, Laura Deckx, Katie Mulquiney, Joshua S. Davis, Andrew Davey, Kim Henderson, Paul Little and Parker J. Magin Source Type: research