Issue 03/2012

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • Good Fit in the Patient-Doctor-Relationship Minute by Minute – the Complexity of a Family Practitioner’s Surgery
  • More Balint, Less EbM
  • Treatment of Patients with Chronic Heart Failure in Family Practice
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Table of contents (03/2012 - selection)

Editorial

DEGAM Benefits

Original Papers

  • Mikroszenenprotokoll als Instrument zur Selbstreflexion

    Good Fit in the Patient-Doctor-Relationship Minute by Minute – the Complexity of a Family Practitioner’s Surgery

    Micro-Scene Protocol as Instrument of Self-Reflection Summary: A family practitioner reflects on her daily working routine and is wondering what makes a successful...

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  • Eine Erhebung an 693 konsekutiven Patienten in Südtiroler Hausarztpraxen

    Treatment of Patients with Chronic Heart Failure in Family Practice

    A Study on 693 Consecutive Patients in Family Practices in South Tyrol Background: The principles of care in chronic heart failure patients are based on a number of...

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  • Practice Information Systems in Family Medicine – Between Compulsory and Voluntary Exercise

    Background: Physician Information Systems (AIS) are in use for organizing primary care patient management and to charge for services rendered. In addition, these...

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Miscellaneous

Special Article

  • Konzeptionelle Analyse und Vorschlag zum hausärztlichen Umgang mit komplementärer und alternativer Medizin (CAM)

    More Balint, Less EbM

    A Way How to Deal with Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) in Family Practice: a Conceptual Analysis Summary: Balint’s Placebo is showing an approach towards...

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Guideline

Health Care

  • Internationale Task Force erarbeitet Empfehlungen

    Primary Care for People at the End of Life

    International Task Force Develops Recommendations Summary: The European Association for Palliative Care has established a new task force “palliative care in primary...

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Basic Medical Education

Letters to the Editor