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information needs of general practitioners

P. E. Heal

information needs of general practitioners

to what extent they are satisfied by the postgraduate medical centre library

by P. E. Heal

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Thesis(M.L.S.) - Course project in the Department of Library and Information Studies, Loughborough University of Technology 1978.

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 ![Graphic][1] ### Biography Dr Nikki Kanani is a GP in south-east London and is currently Medical Director for Primary Care for NHS England and NHS Improvement. Prior to joining NHS England as Deputy Medical Director of Primary Care, she was Chief Clinical Officer of NHS Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). Nikki has held a range of positions within healthcare to support the . Lastly, The Back Book, as a patient information leaflet for acute low back pain, appears to be acceptable to GPs and, on the whole, to fulfil the information needs of patients. However, modifying the tone and language of the booklet in terms of ensuring that it is more ‘patient‐centred’ is likely to enhance its' acceptability to patients.

Optimal care of patients is dependent on good professional interaction between general practitioners and general hospital physicians. In Norway this is mainly based upon referral and discharge letters. The main objectives of this study were to assess the quality of the written communication between physicians and to estimate the number of patients that could have been treated at primary care. Your general practitioner (also known as your ‘GP’ or ‘local doctor’) is usually the first person you go to if you have a health problem. If you have special needs such as wanting to see a female doctor, ask the receptionist when you make your appointment. Get ready for .

General practitioners (GPs), occupational health physicians (OPs), and rehabilitation physicians (RPs) fulfill different functions in the rehabilitation process, which need to be interlinked effectively to achieve a successful medical and occupational rehabilitation. In Germany, this cooperation at the interfaces is often suboptimal. The aim of this study was to identify and discuss perceived. Attitudes and treatment practice of general practitioners towards patients with obesity in primary care. Obesity is one of the most common and relevant health problems in need of urgent action in Germany. General practitioners (GPs) are the initial contact and thus one of the most important starting points for the successful.


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Information needs of general practitioners by P. E. Heal Download PDF EPUB FB2

A random sample of New Zealand general practitioners were selected to participate in a survey of their nutrition information needs. Three short questionnaires were administered, one to each third of the sample.

The response rate was 78%. The results from the first questionnaire will be reported in this by: 2. Objective To investigate the needs of Dutch general practitioners on discharge medication, both regarding content, timing and the appreciation of pharmacotherapeutic advices from clinical g A general teaching hospital in Amsterdam, the A prospective observational study was performed.

A questionnaire with regard to the content, optimal timing Cited by: In the medical profession, a general practitioner (GP) is a medical doctor who treats acute and chronic illnesses and provides preventive care and health education to patients.

A general practitioner manages types of illness that present in an undifferentiated way at an early stage of development, which may require urgent intervention. The holistic approach of general practice aims to take.

A random sample of general practitioners in New Zealand were selected to participate in a survey of their nutrition information needs. Three short questionnaires were given, one to each third of the sample.

Response rate was 78%. Main findings from the first questionnaire showed that most general practitioners wanted more information about a wide variety of nutrition issues (e.g., food Cited by: 2.

INFORMATION NEEDS. InR.E. Maizell estimated that the half-life of the current information known by scientists, engineers, and health professionals was close to 10 years; that is, in 10 years half of what is learned by those in technical fields will become obsolete, and half of what such professionals will need to know is not yet available (Maizell, ).Author: Catharyn T Liverman, Carrie E Ingalls, Carolyn E Fulco, Howard M Kipen.

Public Health (),The Society of Public Health, Acute Pesticide Poisoning in the UK and Information and Training Needs of General Practitioners: Recording a Conundrum A. Watterson, BA PhD1 and H. Thomas, MSc MB2 1Lecturer in Industrial and Health Studies, University of Southampton, Department of Adult Education, Highfield, Southampton, S09.

INTRODUCTION. Within library and information science research is a substantial body of work addressing information-related behavior, including information needs, information seeking, and use of information resources [1, 2].This research has been motivated primarily by the desire to develop information resources, collections, and services useful for members of specific populations.

Clinical Information need is an important factor for the practicing allopathic medical practitioners. This study aim is to identify the practitioners’ clinical information needs level and analysed with their experience and correlate with gender, educational qualification and workplace.

Experience is classified into six categories like; years, years, years, years, years. General Information The Oregon Board of Tax Practitioners The Oregon Board of Tax Practitioners was founded by the Legislature in to protect the public by regulating tax professionals, conducting examinations of candidates before licensure, and ensuring that practitioners receive annual continuing education.

Through these activities and. The term information need is often understood as an individual or group's desire to locate and obtain information to satisfy a conscious or unconscious mentioned in general literature about needs, it is a common term in information ing to Hjørland () it is closely related to the concept of relevance: If something is relevant for a person in relation to a given.

Verhoeven AA, Van Noort CP, Bosveld HEP, Boerma EJ, and Meyboom-de Jong B. Information use and needs: a survey among Dutch general practitioners. In: Information-seeking by general practitioners. Groningen, Netherlands: Van Denderen BV, Cox D.

Uitslag enquête LHV en NHG. huisartsen surfen thuis. Huisarts Wet. ; –9. Cullen RJ. Information Resource Needs and Preference of Queensland General Practitioners on Complementary Medicines: Result of a Needs Assessment Tina Janamian, 1, * Peter O'Rourke, 2 Stephen P.

Myers, 3 and Heàther Eastwood 4. Oncologists and general practitioners showed significantly different information needs and different ways to access specific information. In order to better integrate general practitioners while simultaneously serving the needs of oncologists, a database that is up to date, rapidly accessible and does not incur high costs would be helpful.

Introduction. In Australia, consecutive population surveys have indicated that complementary medicine (CM) is widely utilised by the Australian population with at least half using complementary medicines (CMs) and one fifth using complementary therapies (CTs) [1, 2].Increasing consumer interest in, and use of, CM has impacted general practitioners (GPs) acceptance of CM on a global scale.

General Practice. Practitioners have not specialized and are not certified by a Board. They are qualified to diagnose and treat general medical and surgical conditions in all body systems and regions in people of all age groups. Information Resource Needs and Preference of Queensland General Practitioners on Complementary Medicines: Result of a Needs A preview of the PDF is not available Citations (12).

Get this from a library. The information needs of the general practitioner: a theoretical model based on an analysis of the general practitioner's cognitive environment. [P J Lor]. General Practitioners (GPs) need to keep up with a wide range of medical conditions and at the same time closely interact with their patients to provide preventive care and health education.

This requires effectively sourcing, utilizing, and sharing quality information with their patients as well as creating participatory and shared decision. Information needs of rural health care practitioners in Hawaii Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 82(2) May with 45 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION Giving patients medicine information leaflets with oral information could help improve patient understanding about their medicines.

Some health professionals believe patients do not want to receive leaflets or find them too difficult to understand so do not provide them. AIM To investigate Dunedin general practitioners’ (GPs) provision of medicine information.

Figure 1. The chronic care model. As of 9 Septemberthe new WONCA (World Organization of National Colleges, Academies and Academic Associations of General Practitioners/Family Physicians) European definition of general practice includes “Promotion of patient empowerment and self-care” as its 12th characteristic, following evidence of its relevance and .Clinical Information Needs of the Allopathic Medical Practitioners in Developing Country, India: A Descriptive Analysis with Workplace It is vital that information provision meets the priorities and preferences of General Practitioners (Sathivelmurugan & Allysornam, ).

O books.The present study is based on the information needs and seeking behaviour of allopathic medical practitioners (general /specialists) in Trippur district, Tamilnadu, India.