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Issue 05/2009

In this issue you find the following subjects:

  • Prevalence of chronic disease and quality indicators in general practice in Bremen
  • Interdisciplinary ambulatory out of hours service – Identification of the relevant reasons for encounter
  • Can a GP internship increase the attraction of General Practice as a career?
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Table of contents (05/2009 - selection)

Editorial

DEGAM Benefits

DEGAM-News

Letters to the Editor

Book Reviews

Original Papers

  • Prevalence of chronic diseases and quality indicators in general practice in Bremen

    Background: Despite the high prevalence of chronic diseases and the associated economic burden data on the prevalence of these diseases in general practice in Germany...

    Günther Egidi, Schelp Holger

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  • Interdisciplinary ambulatory out of hours service – Identification of the relevant reasons for encounter

    Background: Any doctor working in ambulatory care (outside hospital setting) is – irrespective of his or her postgraduate training – obliged to participate in the...

    Markus Gulich, Hans-Peter Zeitler, Uta-Maria Waldmann

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  • Can a GP internship increase the attraction of General Practice as a career?

    Background: The implementation of the new Medical Licensure Act of 2002 has clearly upgraded the status of General Practice in medical degrees and strengthened the...

    Monika Sennekamp, Corina Guethlin, Helga Krentz, Ferdinand Michael Gerlach, Hans-Michael Schäfer

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Review

Tagungsbericht