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Embedding consultant radiographer roles within radiology departments: A framework for success.

Many organisations struggle to clearly differentiate the radiographer consultant role from advanced or specialist practice, with newly appointed consultant practitioners often ill-prepared for working at this level. This article discusses the design, implementation and validation of an outcomes framework for benchmarking competencies for trainee or new-in-post consultant radiographers.

Identifying top 10 primary care research priorities from international stakeholders using a modified Delphi method.

High quality primary care is fundamental to achieving health for all. Research priority setting is a key facilitator of improving how research activity responds to concrete needs. There has never before been an attempt to identify international primary care research priorities, in order to guide resource allocation and to enhance global primary care. This study aimed to identify a list of top 10 primary care research priorities, as identified by members of the public, health professionals working in primary...

Cluster-Randomized Trial to Evaluate a Centralized Clinical Pharmacy Service in Private Family Medicine Offices.

The use of clinical pharmacists in primary care has improved the control of several chronic cardiovascular conditions. However, many private physician practices lack the resources to implement team-based care with pharmacists. The purpose of this study was to evaluate whether a centralized, remote, clinical pharmacy service could improve guideline adherence and secondary measures of cardiovascular risk in primary care offices in rural and small communities.

Potentially Inappropriate Medications in Elderly Ambulatory Patients: A Comparative Study between a Primary Health Care Center and a Community Pharmacy.

This study aims to compare, both qualitatively and quantitatively, the medication dispensed to elderly patients in a primary health care center (PHC) and a community pharmacy (CP) in Argentina and to identify the prescription of potentially inappropriate medications (PIMs).

Addressing Patients' Veteran Status: Primary Care Providers' Knowledge, Comfort, and Educational Needs.

The military population is frequently overlooked in civilian primary care due to an assumption that they are treated at the Veterans Health Administration (VA). However, less than 50% of eligible veterans receive VA treatment. Primary care providers (PCPs) may need support in addressing veterans' needs. This regional pilot study explored the current state of practice among primary care providers as it pertains to assessing patients' veteran status and their knowledge of and comfort with treating common cond...

Population need for primary eye care in Rwanda: A national survey.

Universal access to Primary Eye Care (PEC) is a key global initiative to reduce and prevent avoidable causes of visual impairment (VI). PEC can address minor eye conditions, simple forms of uncorrected refractive error (URE) and create a referral pathway for specialist eye care, thus offering a potential solution to a lack of eye health specialists in low-income countries. However, there is little information on the population need for PEC, including prevalence of URE in all ages in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Patient prioritization for pharmaceutical care in hospital: A systematic review of assessment tools.

Clinical pharmacy services improve patient safety, outcomes, and care quality; however, UK clinical pharmacy services face limited resources, insufficient capacity, and patients who present with increasingly complex medication regimes and morbidities. These indicate a need for the prioritization of pharmacy services. Several prioritization tools have been developed; however, there has been no comprehensive review of such tools to date.

The Foundation Pharmacist Project: exploring new models of dual-sector postgraduate pharmacy training.

To explore the experiences of primary care-based professional stakeholders in a dual-sector training programme for foundation pharmacists.

High-touch care leads to better outcomes and lower costs in a senior population.

There are several models of primary care. A form of high-intensity care is a high-touch model that uses a high frequency of encounters to deliver preventive services. The aim of this study is to compare the healthcare utilization of patients receiving 2 models of primary care, ​1 with high-touch care and 1 without.

Perceived job demands and resources of newly qualified midwives working in primary care settings in The Netherlands.

The objective of this study is to identify perceived job demands and job resources of newly qualified midwives (NQMs), working in primary midwifery care during their first years in practice.

Improving knowledge of psychotropic prescribing in people with Intellectual Disability in primary care.

People with Intellectual disability (ID) are likely to be prescribed psychotropic medication particularly antipsychotics without a clear clinical indication. This has given rise to a national initiative in the UK to stop overprescribing medication in this vulnerable population. While the goals are simple it is unclear if specialist ID services or primary care services in the UK should look to lead. Further, it is uncertain if primary care practitioners (GPs) can be systematically educated of the latest good...

Acuity-based Scheduling in Primary Care.

Triage algorithms are ubiquitous in emergency care settings, but the extent of their use in primary care is unknown. This study asks whether primary care practices prioritize patients with more acute service needs.

Trends in primary care encounters across professional roles in PCMH.

Team-based care models, including the patient-centered medical home (PCMH), are increasingly promoted to improve the delivery of primary care. However, evaluation measures are often reported at a clinic or primary care provider (PCP) level, creating challenges in describing and analyzing the use and impact of non-PCP clinician team members. Thus, we aimed to measure clinician-specific care delivery trends and determine whether trends were responsive to systemwide PCMH implementation.

Primary care patient beliefs and help-seeking preferences regarding depression in China.

Patient beliefs about depression and its treatment in primary care clinics in China influence the delivery of care. Our objective was to investigate primary care patients' beliefs about depression and its treatment as well as help-seeking preferences regarding depression in China to aid in the development and promotion of interventions that are acceptable to patients with depression. 100 primary care nurses used the Public Knowledge and Beliefs Survey Package (PKBSP) to assess patients in the primary care c...

Trauma Management of Military Working Dogs.

There are about 2,500 war and military service dogs in service, with about 700 serving at any given time overseas. Military Working Dogs (MWDs) are critical assets for military police, special operations units, and others operating in today's combat environment. The expectation, given the significant combat multiplier impact of these dogs and the intense bond between the handler and dog, is that injured working dogs will receive the same level of care as any injured U.S. military personnel. Veterinary care ...

Intensive Pharmacy Care Improves Outcomes of Hepatitis C Treatment in a Vulnerable Patient Population at a Safety-Net Hospital.

Treatment of hepatitis C virus (HCV) with direct-acting antiviral (DAA) regimens has resulted in high rates of sustained virologic response (SVR). Treatment of vulnerable populations may be improved by incorporating an on-site intensive specialty pharmacy (ON-ISP).

Community pharmacy minor ailment services in England: Pharmacy stakeholder perspectives on the factors affecting sustainability.

Self-care advice and management of minor ailments have long been provided in community pharmacies across England. However, formal pharmacy minor ailment service provision is geographically variable and has yet to gain recognition and political support as a valued sustainable service for nationwide adoption and commissioning.

Use of cross-sector apprenticeships in pharmacy: is it a sustainable quality education model for pharmacy assistants?

To establish whether undertaking cross-sector pharmacy apprenticeship training to become a pharmacy assistant equally split across the two main pharmacy sectors improves training experience and cross-sector understanding.

A Curriculum for an Interprofessional Seminar on Integrated Primary Care: Developing Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice.

Health care is increasingly delivered through team-based, collaborative strategies with interprofessional education as an important mechanism for building interprofessional practice competencies. This paper describes an Interprofessional Seminar on Integrated Primary Care (IS-IPC) designed to meet this educational need with interprofessional team-based learning as the foundation of an iterative process such that education and practice inform one another. The IS-IPC can be used to educate an interprofessiona...

Interpretation of HbA in primary care and potential influence of anaemia and chronic kidney disease: an analysis from the Copenhagen Primary Care Laboratory (CopLab) Database.

To investigate, in a large population in primary care, the relationship between fasting plasma glucose and HbA measurements, as well as the clinical implications of anaemia or chronic kidney disease for the interpretation of HbA values.

Patterns of primary healthcare use among female exotic dancers in Baltimore, Maryland.

Female exotic dancers (FEDs) are often exposed to violence-, sex- and drug-related occupational harms and are precluded from employer-based health insurance. We examined access to primary health-care resources, correlates of use, and service needs among a sample of new FEDs (N = 117) working in 22 exotic dance clubs (EDCs) in Baltimore, MD. Self-administered surveys were completed between May and October 2014. Health care measures were aggregated and described, and correlates of use were evaluated using F...

A national project for validation of the Collaborative Care Model in Swedish health care setting is planned.

One third of all persons attending primary care present mental health issues, and psychiatric diagnoses accounts for 45 % of sick pay in Sweden. It is important that cooperation between primary care and specialized psychiatry units function seamlessly, ensuring patients with mental disorders health care on an adequate level. The cooperation between primary care and specialized psychiatry must become more patient focused, effective and safe. There is an evidence based model for cooperation between primary ca...

Racial and Ethnic Differences in Medicaid Acceptance by Primary Care Physicians: A Geospatial Analysis.

Physician acceptance is an important dimension of access to care, especially for Medicaid patients. We constructed two new measures to quantify primary care physician (PCP) acceptance of Medicaid patients using geocoded Virginia physician addresses and population data and geospatial methods. For each Census block group, we measured the shares of "accessible PCPs" accepting any Medicaid patients or new Medicaid patients. Accessible PCPs were defined as those located within 30-minute travel from patient locat...

Physicians induced demand in the primary health care level.

Spending on health care in developed countries with the market economics has been growing over the past few years. Health care economists, along with other professionals, are constantly looking for new ways to control these costs. In this publication, an analysis of the theory of physicians induced demand (PID) at the primary level of medical care in Denmark, France and the Netherlands is presented the analysis of available literature data. Also we discussed the possibilities of conducting this study in the...

Impact of cardiovascular risk factors on the consumption of resources in Primary Care according to Clinical Risk Groups.

To analyze the prevalence of Cardiovascular Risk Factors (CVRF) in the context of a Basic Health Area and the impact they generate on morbidity and consumption of healthcare resources in the stratified population according to the Clinical System Risk Groups (CRG) in Primary Care, with the purpose of identifying the population with multimorbidity to apply preventive measures, as well as the one that generates the highest care burden and social needs.

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