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Issue 7-8/2020

In this issue you find the following subjects:

  • Video Consultations in Times of a Pandemic
  • Patient and Family Engaged Care“– Does that Fit for Germany?
  • Guideline Orientation of Family Physicians
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Table of contents (7-8/2020 - selection)

  • Physical Exercise Lowers Risk of Depression in Asymptomatic Persons

    Michael M. Kochen

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  • Acute, Uncomplicated Diverticulitis: Antibiotics Yes or No?

    Michael M. Kochen

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  • Fibromyalgia: Physical Training Versus Tai Chi

    Michael M. Kochen

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  • Do You Check All Your Patients by Digital Rectal Examination During Life Time Primary Care?

    Michael M. Kochen

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  • Heart Murmurs in Childhood Disapppear With Upright Auscultation

    Michael M. Kochen

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  • Work Stress among Family Physicians

    BackgroundIn comparison to other industrial countries, family physicians in Germany report that they have many patient contacts and a high workload. Based on the...

    Lisa-R. Ulrich, Dorothea Lemke, Antje Erler, Ferdinand M. Gerlach, Anne Dahlhaus

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  • Routine Data from Family Practices: Evaluation Hurdles

    Johannes Hauswaldt

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  • “Patient and Family Engaged Care“– Does that Fit for Germany?

    SummaryA strong relationship between patients and their providers is the basis of a high-performing healthcare system. Healthcare institutions which facilitate the...

    Dorothea Wild, Birgitta Weltermann

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  • Guideline Orientation of Family Physicians

    BackgroundThe effectiveness of clinical guidelines depends crucially on family physicians being open-minded and seeing concrete advantages in implementation. For...

    Julian Wangler, Michael Jansky

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  • Change in Needs for Video Consultations in Times of a Pandemic

    BackgroundThe occurrence of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and the associated pandemic situation has led to a surge in the use of video consultations in many countries. The...

    Alexander Waschkau, Jost Steinhäuser

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  • „The Patient, His Smartphone and I“

    BackgroundDigitalization and e-health in family medicine are becoming increasingly important. A new seminar on electronic doctor-patient-communication was developed and...

    Sabine Schlüssel, Jochen Gensichen, Karoline Lukaschek

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