Confidence of recurrent cellulitis self-diagnosis among people with lymphoedema: a qualitative interview study.

Cellulitis can sometimes be challenging for healthcare professionals to diagnose, with no validated diagnostic criteria available. Supporting healthcare professionals to make a more accurate diagnosis of cellulitis in different groups, […]

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Electronic care coordination systems for people with advanced progressive illness: a mixed-methods evaluation in Scottish primary care.

Electronic care coordination systems, known as the Key Information Summary (KIS) in Scotland, enable the creation of shared electronic records available across healthcare settings. A KIS provides clinicians with essential […]

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Patients’ descriptions of the relation between physical symptoms and negative emotions: a qualitative analysis of primary care consultations.

Primary care guidelines for the management of persistent, often ‘medically unexplained’, physical symptoms encourage GPs to discuss with patients how these symptoms relate to negative emotions. However, many GPs experience […]

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Threats to safe transitions from hospital to home: a consensus study in North West London primary care.

Transitions between healthcare settings are vulnerable points for patients.To identify key threats to safe patient transitions from hospital to primary care settings.Three-round web-based Delphi consensus process among clinical and non-clinical […]

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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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