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There is a lack of systematic data on primary care which can be used for purposes of planning and evaluation. Ordinary data from computer-based journals in general practice were collected in four municipalities. 25 general practitioners participated for four months in 1992. The validity and reliability of the data have been investigated. The computer-based(More)
Factors related to drinking habits among 663 adolescents 14, 15, 17 and 18 years old were investigated in three municipalities by means of a questionnaire. In a multiple regression analysis, variation in alcohol consumption was examined using several independent variables describing access to alcohol, behavioural factors, environmental influences, attitudes(More)
Drinking habits among 663 adolescents 14, 15, 17 and 18 years of age in three local communities were investigated by means of a questionnaire. Half had tasted alcohol already at the age of 14 years. The total amount consumed per person per year averaged 3.5 litres pure alcohol. Geographical variations in consumption were more than six-fold. At the age of 17(More)
A project was carried out to study the usefulness of ordinary data from computer-based journals for comparing practices. 20 general practitioners from four municipalities participated for four months in 1992. The computer-based journal provides accurate information on the number and kind of contacts with patients, and on who visits the general practitioner.(More)
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