- Supporting patients with female genital mutilation in primary care: a qualitative study exploring the perspectives of GPs’ working in England.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) includes all procedures that intentionally harm or alter […]
- Natural history of uncomplicated urinary tract infection without antibiotics: a systematic review.
Although uncomplicated urinary tract infection (UTI) is commonly treated with antibiotics, the […]
- Emergency admission risk stratification tools in UK primary care: a cross-sectional survey of availability and use.
Stratifying patient populations by risk of adverse events was believed to support […]
- Operational failures and how they influence the work of GPs: a qualitative study in primary care.
Operational failures, defined as inadequacies or errors in the information, supplies, or […]
- The difference an end-of-life diagnosis makes: qualitative interviews with providers of community health care for frail older people.
Increasing numbers of people die of the frailty and multimorbidity associated with […]
- Social prescribing for individuals with mental health problems: a qualitative study of barriers and enablers experienced by general practitioners.
There is growing evidence for the use of social prescribing as a […]
- Direct-access to sonographic diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis in general practice: a descriptive cohort study.
Suspicion of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is common and requires urgent and […]
- Effect of trust in primary care physicians on patient satisfaction: a cross-sectional study among patients with hypertension in rural China.
In rural areas of China, hypertension is on the rise and it […]
- Physician related barriers towards insulin therapy at primary care centres in Trinidad: a cross-sectional study.
Physician related factors with respect to insulin therapy can contribute to diabetes […]
- Episodes of care in a primary care walk-in clinic at a refugee camp in Germany – a retrospective data analysis.
From 2015 to 2016 Germany faced an influx of 1.16 million asylum […]
- The Enduring Health Consequences of Combat Trauma: a Legacy of Chronic Disease.
A better understanding of the long-term health effects of combat injury is […]
- Differences Between Current and Desired Physician Hypertension Management Roles Among Chinese American Seniors: a Qualitative Study.
Though patient-physician racial concordance correlates with better perceived shared decision-making, Chinese immigrants […]
- Association Between Pain, Blood Pressure, and Medication Intensification in Primary Care: an Observational Study.
Treating hypertension is important but physicians often do not intensify blood pressure […]
- Does Mental Health Care Integration Affect Primary Care Clinician Burnout? Results from a Longitudinal Veterans Affairs Survey.
Burnout among primary care clinicians (PCPs) is associated with negative health and […]
- Awareness, utilization and influencing factors of social supports for main informal caregivers of schizophrenia patients: a cross-sectional study in primary care settings in Beijing, China.
Most schizophrenia patients are supported by main informal caregivers at home in […]
- The Effect of Healthcare Provider Availability on Spine Spending.
Spine conditions are costly and a major cause of disability. A growing […]
- Engaging Women with Limited Health Literacy in Mammography Decision-Making: Perspectives of Patients and Primary Care Providers.
Limited health literacy is a driver of cancer disparities and associated with […]
- Opportunistic screening versus usual care for detection of atrial fibrillation in primary care: cluster randomised controlled trial.
To investigate whether opportunistic screening in primary care increases the detection of […]
- Better Patient Experience is Associated with Better Vaccine Uptake in Older Adults: Multicentered Cross-sectional Study.
Older adults’ uptake of influenza and pneumococcus vaccines is insufficient worldwide. Although […]
- The American Board of Family Medicine: Celebrating 50 Years of Continuing Transformation.
The history of the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) is briefly […]