Issue 5/2022

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • Patient and Public Involvement in Family Medicine Research
  • Acute Cough in Adult Patients
  • Cooperation Between Family Physicians and Outpatient Nursing Services – a Qualitative Study
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  • Acute Cough in Adult Patients

    BackgroundAcute cough (< 8 weeks) is a frequent complaint in family practice consultations. The most common cause are respiratory infections. The Guideline „Acute and chronic cough“ of the German College of General...

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  • Patient and Public Involvement in Family Medicine Research

    AbstractPatient and Public Involvement (PPI) has gained importance in Germany and is also increasingly implemented in research in family medicine. Internationally, diverse frameworks give recommendations on how to...

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  • Cooperation Between Family Physicians and Outpatient Nursing Services – a Qualitative Study

    BackgroundFamily medicine can be strengthened by networking with other service providers, especially in an aging population. The aim of this qualitative study was to explore attitudes towards cooperation, the role of...

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  • Genetic Topics for Family Medicine Specialist Training? A Cross-Sectional Study with Family Physicians

    BackgroundAround one in 20 patients in family practice brings at least one genetically influenced health condition into consultation. To ensure comprehensive health care, knowledge of genetic aspects of diseases...

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