Development of a tool for coding safety-netting behaviours in primary care: a mixed-methods study using existing UK consultation recordings.

Safety netting is recommended in a variety of clinical settings, yet there are no tools to record clinician safety-netting communication behaviours.To develop and assess the inter-rater reliability (IRR) of a […]

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Quality improvements of safety-netting guidelines for cancer in UK primary care: insights from a qualitative interview study of GPs.

Safety netting is a diagnostic strategy that involves monitoring patients with symptoms possibly indicative of serious illness, such as cancer, until they are resolved. Optimising safety-netting practice in primary care […]

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