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A national survey of chronic disease management in Irish general practice

Author: Darker, C.; Martin, C.; O'Dowd, T.; O'Kelly, F.; O'Kelly, M.; O'Shea, B.;Department of Public Health & Primary Care, Trinity College Dublin

Publication Year: 2011

Contents

List of Tables
List of Figures
Summary of Study
Introduction
Section 1 Rationale, Aim of Research and Objectives
Section 2 Method
Section 3 Results
Section 4 Discussion
References
Appendix: Survey Instrument

Description

The National Report on Chronic Disease Management in Irish General Practice is based on a survey of Irish GPs, with a 72% response rate from a nationally representative sample of GPs, and is also based on a survey instrument which has been recently used in 11 other countries (The Commonwealth 11 Country Study). As such, the report provides a relevant and detailed baseline of how Irish GPs presently compare relative to their international colleagues, in terms of delivering chronic disease management to accepted international standards.

Format Download
Keywords chronic disease, general practice
Publisher Trinity College Dublin
Classification chronic disease
Pages 72
Categories: Reports, Irish Content
External Link https://medicine.tcd.ie/public_health_primary_care/reports/
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