Issue 06/2014

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • Granting Autonomy Is Not Sufficient – Patient Self-Determination Needs Active Support By Physicians
  • Being Listened to, Seen and Understood: Reflections from Homeopathy Research Lessons
  • Teaching Concepts for the Course “Vocational Exploration”: Appraisal by First-Year Students
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  • Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infection: Should an Antibiotic be Prescribed, and if so Which One?

    Question A 25 year old woman presents with burning pain on micturition, pollakisuria, and crampy lower abdominal discomfort in primary care. After exclusion of red...

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Original Papers


  • Guidelines: From a “Can” to “Ought” and “Should” and Back Again – Results on the Way of Doctoring

    Summary: 20 years of guideline-history are reflected on base of personal experience and involvement. A development towards directives as part of the guidelines...

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Health Care

  • Ergebnisse einer Befragung in NRW

    How do Family Practitioners Treat Gout?

    Results of a Survey in NRW Introduction: Gout is a common disease in Germany. At the time of this study no published German guideline for the treatment of gout...


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Book Reviews