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  • Christa Rijswijk, Else M Zantinge, Femke M Seesing, Ilse Raats, Sandra van Dulmen
  • Medicine
  • Patient education and counseling
  • 2010 (First Publication: 1 June 2010)
  • OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to examine differences in the type of topics discussed during shared medical appointments (SMAs) and traditional individual outpatient visits for children andExpand
  • Else M Zantinge, Peter F Verhaak, Dinny H de Bakker, Klaas van der Meer, Jozien M. Bensing
  • Medicine
  • BMC family practice
  • 2009 (First Publication: 26 August 2009)
  • BackgroundGeneral practitioners' (GPs') feelings of burnout or dissatisfaction may affect their patient care negatively, but it is unknown if these negative feelings also affect their mental healthExpand
    SamenvattingMomenteel vindt er een ontwikkeling plaats naar een meer vraaggerichte en lokaal gestuurde eerstelijnszorg. Deze ontwikkeling wordt belemmerd doordat informatie over de vraag naar zorg opExpand
  • Annemarie A. Uijen, T R J Schermer, H J M van den Hoogen, J Mulder, Else M Zantinge, B. J. A. M. Bottema
  • Medicine
  • Nederlands tijdschrift voor geneeskunde
  • 2008 (First Publication: 17 May 2008)
  • OBJECTIVE To determine whether there are differences in prevalence of and health care consumption for asthma and COPD between Dutch people of Turkish, Moroccan and Surinamese origin and indigenousExpand
  • Else M Zantinge, Peter F Verhaak, Dinny H de Bakker, Jan J. Kerssens, Klaas van der Meer, Jozien M. Bensing
  • Medicine
  • Patient education and counseling
  • 2007 (First Publication: 1 July 2007)
  • OBJECTIVE To investigate if general practitioners (GPs) with a higher workload are less inclined to encourage their patients to disclose psychological problems, and are less aware of their patients'Expand