2 edition of Review of primary care studies March 1976 found in the catalog.
Review of primary care studies March 1976
Canadian Medical Association. Council on Medical Services
|Statement||prepared by M.W.L. Davis.|
|Contributions||Davis, M. W. L.|
|LC Classifications||R461 C37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Takes just a few minutes or less to review each subject. Good and useful.5/5(2). A reference and review book of clinical guidelines for nurse practitioners and other primary care providers. Reference includes common primary care diagnoses in a bulleted format for quick reference.
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This comprehensive work provides a lucid examination of the difficult problems that arise with the implementation of effective primary care. The book has four purposes: to help practitioners of primary care understand what they do and why; to provide a basis for the training of primary care practitioners; to stimulate research that will provide a more substantive basis for improvements.
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J ÄNNE, M.D., P H.D., AND R OBERT J. M AYER, M.D. From the Department of Adult Oncology, Dana–Farber Cancer Insti. PRIMARY CARE Volume Number 20 er pace of correction is prudent in patients with hy-pernatremia of longer or unknown duration, because the full dissipation of accumulated brain solutes oc-curs over a period of several days (Fig.
19,22 In such patients, reducing the serum sodium concentration at a maximal rate of mmol per File Size: KB. Methodology. A systematic search for qualitative research papers was undertaken followed by a metasynthesis of the literature.
A systematic literature review is a research method which allows the researcher to group primary studies and extract the best scientific evidence Since it synthesises all high quality research on a given question, the method provides the highest.
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Published research into the provision and utilisation of out of hours services shows long term trends towards decreasing personal commitment among general practitioners and rising demand from patients for primary and Cited by: Journal of Primary Care and Community Health publishes peer-reviewed evidence about the practice, impact and outcomes of primary care services and community health programs.
Evidence in the form of hypothesis-testing studies is presented, either in the form of pilot projects or larger intervention projects. The CPSTF finding is based on evidence from a broad systematic review (Bright et al.search period January January ) that examined the effectiveness of CDSS in improving quality of care and clinical outcomes for a variety of conditions (e.g., CVD prevention, cancer screening, immunization, antenatal care).
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Clinicians and students at all levels and in all primary care disciplines will benefit from the clear, practical, eviden Brand: Wolters Kluwer Health. Background Context Low back pain (LBP) is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide and among the most common reasons for seeking primary sector care.
Chiropractors, physical therapists and general practitioners are among those providers that treat LBP patients, but there is only limited evidence regarding the effectiveness and economic evaluation of care offered Cited by: 7. Patient education was delivered using booklets in 4 stud54,57,64 and verbally in 10 studies.
52,53,55,56,65 The interventions were considered to be “biopsychosocial” and consistent with guideline care in 10 studies. 52,53,55,57,59, Interventions most commonly included instructions on the benign nature of LBP in 12 studies Cited by: Review Article Primary Care Decem The New England Journal of Medicine M ANAGING D EPRESSION IN M EDICAL O UTPATIENTS M ARY A.
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