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by Douglas Fleming

Subcategory: Medical Books
Author: Douglas Fleming
ISBN: 9051702140
ISBN13: 978-9051702149
Language: English
Publisher: Purdue University Press (August 20, 2003)
Pages: 181
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Fifteen hundred European general practitioners provided information about thirty consecutive referrals to specialists. The information has been used to describe an d compare many aspects of the referral process in each country.

Fifteen hundred European general practitioners provided information about thirty consecutive referrals to specialists.

The European study of referrals from primary to secondary care. The emergency and outpatient referral rates of practices taking part in the 2nd and 3rd National Morbidity Studies (NMS-2, NMS-3) were studied. Douglas Munro Fleming. Variation in referral rate between individual practice. More).

Douglas Munro Fleming, British health facility administrator, physician. Fleming, Douglas Munro was born on December 12, 1936 in Birmingham, England. Fifteen hundred European general practitioners provided information about thirty consecutive referrals to specialists.

Thies-Zajonc S, Köhle M: The European study of referrals from primary to secondary care.

Br J Gen Pract 2003; 53: 878–84. 5. Thies-Zajonc S, Köhle M: The European study of referrals from primary to secondary care. London: The Royal College of General Practitioners 1992.

ICPC-2 International Classification of Primary care (2 e. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 1998 Fleming DM (ed). The European study of referrals from primary to secondary care. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 1998. Exeter: Royal College of General Practitioners; 1992. Foro de Atención Farmacéutica.

Selection of studies Studies evaluated guidelines for referral from primary to secondary care, for elective .

Selection of studies Studies evaluated guidelines for referral from primary to secondary care, for elective surgical assessment for adults. Outcome measures Appropriateness of referral (usually measured as guideline compliance) including clinical appropriateness, appropriateness of destination and of pre-referral management (eg, diagnostic investigations), general practitioner knowledge of referral appropriateness, referral rates, health outcomes and costs. Objectives: To study the relationship of referral rates to some variables related to doctors' characteristics, patients' characteristics, and location of the practice from the nearest secondary care hospital.

sources in this area, both primary and secondary, as they bear on particular issues through the preparation of reading notes to be posted on the course blog (see criteria below); demonstrate an understanding of the interpretations.

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Following on from the more theoretical concerns of the first three chapters, and in line with the idea of a progression through the various aspects of obtaining health care in this country, we have arrived at the point where patient and general practitioner interact to obtain assessment and/or.

Following on from the more theoretical concerns of the first three chapters, and in line with the idea of a progression through the various aspects of obtaining health care in this country, we have arrived at the point where patient and general practitioner interact to obtain assessment and/or treatment.

Design: Cohort study using individual patient data from the health improvement network database in primary care. Setting: United Kingdom. Participants: 5492 patients with postmenopausal bleeding, 23 121 with hip pain, and 101 212 with dyspepsia from 326 general practices, 2001-7. The likelihood of referral for postmenopausal bleeding declined with increasing age: the adjusted odds ratio for patients aged 85 or more compared with those aged 55-64 was . 9 (95% confidence interval . 1 to . 9). Patients aged 85 or more with hip pain were also less likely to be referred than those aged 55-64 (. 8, . 7 to . 1).

The costs of healthcare are rising in all countries and a key element is the division of care between the primary and secondary sectors. This book describes the results of some operational research at the interface between them. Fifteen hundred European general practitioners provided information about thirty consecutive referrals to specialists. The information has been used to describe an d compare many aspects of the referral process in each country. Optimisation of healthcare delivery comes from critical examination using common research methods.
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