Issue 4/2021

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • The Febrile Child
  • Social Work and Family Medicine. An Exploratory Survey on Contacts and Cooperation
  • Update of the Skin Cancer Prevention Guideline
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Table of contents (4/2021 - selection)

  • Screening Colonoscopy: Evidence for 10-year Interval After Normal Results

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  • Nicotine Withdrawal by E-Cigarettes: No Philosopher‘s Stone

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  • Social Work and Family Medicine

    BackgroundIn Germany, there are few established and also rarely studied links between family medicine and social work. Social work services would presumably be useful...

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  • Update of the Skin Cancer Prevention Guideline

    AbstractThe evidence and consensus-based guideline for skin cancer prevention was updated with participation of the German College of General Practitioners and Family...

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  • The Febrile Child

    BackgroundFever is one of the most common acute presenting complaints in infancy and childhood in primary medical care. A pragmatic approach to the diagnosis, therapy...

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  • How Does Digital Media Support Clinical Decision Making in Basic Medical Education, Specialty Training and Continuing Medical Education – a Narrative Snapshot

    SummaryDigitization is capturing all parts of social life. The use of digital, social, and mobile technologies (DSMT) in daily routine is obvious, including the...

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  • A Proactive Testing Strategy Approach in Family Medicine During the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic

    SummaryThe article describes how a more proactive approach to the current testing strategy could contribute to break chains of infection earlier in the SARS-CoV-2...

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  • Doc, Why me? Some Thoughts on Clinical Causality

    SummaryPatients ask their doctors why their illness has happened to them. Answers to this kind of question are often not only scientifically wrong but may induce...

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