Inge G. P. Duimel-Peeters

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AIMS We evaluated the associations of diabetic complications and underlying pathology with daily walking activity in type 2 diabetic patients without manifest mobility limitations. METHODS 100 persons with type 2 diabetes (mean age 64.5 ± 9.4 years) were studied. Persons with manifest mobility limitations were excluded. Possible determinants measured:(More)
OBJECTIVE Personality disorders (PDs) often remain unrecognized in older adults by doctors in general practice. Therefore, this study evaluated the diagnostic accuracy of a screening instrument, the Gerontological Personality Disorder Scale (GPS), in a Dutch general-practice population of older adults. METHOD The psychometric properties of the GPS patient(More)
Purpose: One of the main barriers for further improving the quality of chronic care was the absence of performance-based financing. With the introduction of a Diagnosis-Based Costing method (DBC) within primary care, a new organisational model is implemented in the region Maastricht. This integrated care model includes all relevant stakeholders, such as(More)
INTRODUCTION Teamwork between healthcare providers is conditional for the delivery of integrated care. This study aimed to assess the usefulness of the conceptual framework Integrated Team Effectiveness Model for developing and testing of the Integrated Team Effectiveness Instrument. THEORY AND METHODS Focus groups with healthcare providers in an(More)
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