Issue 12/2022

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • What are the Experiences of Family Physicians with an Intermediate Level of Outpatient Palliative Care in Germany? A Survey in Lower Saxony
  • Opportunities and Challenges in the Introduction of the Electronic Vaccination Card – a Qualitative Study
  • Legal Implications of Physician Action – Dealing Professionally with Treatment Errors
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  • Structured Individual Mentoring as Part of Continuing Education in Family Medicine in Bavaria – a Multicenter Evaluation

    BackgroundSince 2019, the competence center for specialist training in family medicine Bavaria (KWAB) offers an individual mentoring program to accompany specialist training in family medicine. The mentors are...

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  • Opportunities and Challenges in the Introduction of the Electronic Vaccination Card – a Qualitative Study

    BackgroundThe digitalization of vaccination management is intended to increase vaccination rates. Part of the digitization strategy is the use of an electronic vaccination card (EVC), which has been available to...

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  • What are the Experiences of Family Physicians with an Intermediate Level of Outpatient Palliative Care in Germany?

    BackgroundIn 2017, the agreement on an intermediate level of outpatient palliative care (BQKPMV) emerged. It is unclear what role BQKPMV plays in healthcare practice and what experiences family physicians have with...

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  • Welche Betreuungsbedürfnisse und -erfahrungen haben pflegende Angehörige mit Blick auf die hausärztliche Versorgung?

    BackgroundFamily caregivers face a variety of challenges. Family physicians (FPs) are in an excellent position to provide support and a stabilising influence in addressing the needs and expectations on support in...

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  • Legal Implications of Physician Action – Dealing Professionally with Treatment Errors

    BackgroundComplications arising in connection with medical treatment are a burden on patients, relatives, practice staff and physicians. Therefore, dealing with treatment errors is of crucial importance. With this...

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  • What do Practicing Family Physicians Expect from Academic Family Medicine?

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