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                             21 gevonden resultaten
nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Age may influence decisions to withhold life-sustaining treatment Karlawish, Jason
2000
4 2 p. 45-
1 p.
artikel
2 A program to coordinate and support follow up in primary care after myocardial infarction or angina did not improve health outcomes Murray, Ellen
2000
4 2 p. 31-
1 p.
artikel
3 Asthma clinics are no more effective in reducing asthma morbidity than general practice Keeley, Duncan
2000
4 2 p. 38-
1 p.
artikel
4 Cervical screening saves lives Armstrong, Bruce
2000
4 2 p. 29-30
2 p.
artikel
5 Cooperatives have improved quality of life for general practitioners. People attending cooperative centers are as satisfied with their treatment as those visited at home, and more satisfied with response times Freeman, George
2000
4 2 p. 49-
1 p.
artikel
6 Co-trimoxazole prophylaxis decreased morbidity and mortality in HIV-1 infected patients Zwarenstein, Merrick
2000
4 2 p. 41-42
2 p.
artikel
7 Day hospital care seems to be effective for elderly people who need rehabilitation, but may not be better than other forms of comprehensive care Montgomery, Patrick
2000
4 2 p. 37-
1 p.
artikel
8 Feedback of prescribing rates did not affect general practitioners' prescribing habits Balasegaran, Uthayasoori
2000
4 2 p. 36-
1 p.
artikel
9 Mass media communication was effective in motivating mothers to seek immunization services for their children Bordley, Clay
2000
4 2 p. 28-
1 p.
artikel
10 Medical group practice organizations have less influence on physicians' practice styles than expected Rimar, Stephen
2000
4 2 p. 32-
1 p.
artikel
11 Multidisciplinary teams, outreach or home care, and case management improve the quality of care in the terminally ill and the mentally ill Chambers, Jacky
2000
4 2 p. 46-
1 p.
artikel
12 No significant association between malpractice claims risk and cesarean section rates, except in mothers of low socio-economic status Dale Tussing, A.
2000
4 2 p. 47-
1 p.
artikel
13 Oral therapy is a suitable substitute for intravenous therapy in low risk febrile patients during cancer chemotherapy Franssen, Edmee
2000
4 2 p. 43-44
2 p.
artikel
14 Rivastigmine gives marginal improvement for people with Alzheimer’s disease Warner, James P.
2000
4 2 p. 39-
1 p.
artikel
15 Sending people a copy of their referral letter did not significantly affect hospital attendance rates Gillam, Stephen
2000
4 2 p. 50-
1 p.
artikel
16 Strategies designed to foster continuity of care are unlikely to improve health behavior Cantor, Joel C.
2000
4 2 p. 48-
1 p.
artikel
17 There is a gap in the evidence regarding patient held, personalized, and accessible clinical information for people with psychotic illnesses Lehman, Anthony F.
2000
4 2 p. 51-
1 p.
artikel
18 There is inadequate evidence to support the adoption of early supported discharge or hospital-at-home care for acute stroke patients Gladman, John
2000
4 2 p. 33-34
2 p.
artikel
19 The surgeon is an important prognostic factor in treating colorectal cancer Kee, Frank
2000
4 2 p. 35-
1 p.
artikel
20 Vitamin A and β carotene supplements reduce mortality related to pregnancy in rural malnourished populations Campbell, Oona
2000
4 2 p. 40-
1 p.
artikel
21 Workers in China with partial healthcare coverage were as likely to incur out of pocket medical expenditures as workers without coverage Yip, Winnie
2000
4 2 p. 27-
1 p.
artikel
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