Reports & Publications

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A Picture of General Practice 2010-2013

These two ICGP publications provide a picture of general practice in Ireland through research and audit activity in 2010-2013. » read more

A Qualitative Study of Lifestyle Counselling in General Practice in Ireland

Authors: Barry Lambe and Claire Collins, Department of Health, Sport and Exercise Science, Waterford Institute of Technology, Cork Road, Waterford and Irish College of General Practitioners, 4/5 Lincoln Place, Dublin 2, Ireland. » read more

Combating Childhood and Adolescent Overweight and Obesity (members only)

Did you participate in this Training Needs Assessment Survey carried out by the National Nutrition Surveillance Centre (NNSC) in UCD (in partnership with the HSE)? See the results here. » read more

Creating Excellence in Dementia Care

A research review for Ireland's national dementia strategy » read more

Diabetes Service Delivery in General Practice (members only)

In June 2008 a team of researchers based in Cork (UCC), Galway (UHG) and the Midlands conducted a survey of 600 GPs to investigate the delivery of diabetes care in general practice in Ireland. » read more

Electronic Patient Records: Factors Affecting Use of EPR by Irish GPs (members only)

A new study on the factors affecting the use of Electronic Patient Records by Irish GPs written by Brian Meade, Donal Buckley and Michael Boland of the ICGP and published in the International Journal of Medical Informatics, August 2009. » read more

GOALS - Final project report on lifestyle approaches to child weight management

This reports asks, 10 years on, what have we learned about lifestyle approaches to child weight management? » read more

GP Med - Project Summary

Funded by the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA), the ICGP conducted a project to assess the feasibility of using diagnostic coding in Irish general practice and to identify the infrastructure required to support the recording of this information and the operation of a central database. » read more

GP-IQ (General Practice Indicators of Quality) Project Summary

Quality indicators are specifically defined measurable aspects of practice that can be used to assess and improve the quality of care. » read more

GP-IQ (General Practice Indicators of Quality) Tools (members only)

Quality indicators are specifically defined measurable aspects of practice that can be used to assess and improve the quality of care. » read more

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