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Acute kidney injury: an increasing global concern
Despite an increasing incidence of acute kidney injury in both high-income and low-income countries and growing insight into the causes and mechanisms of disease, few preventive and therapeuticExpand
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The equity dimension in evaluations of the quality and outcomes framework: A systematic review
BackgroundPay-for-performance systems raise concerns regarding inequity in health care because providers might select patients for whom targets can easily be reached. This paper aims to describe theExpand
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Integration of personal and community health care
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From Alma-Ata to Almaty: a new start for primary health care
www.thelancet.com Vol 372 October 18, 2008 1365 7 Keshavjee S, Gelmanova IY, Farmer PE, et al. Treatment of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis in Tomsk, Russia: a retrospective cohort study.Expand
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The International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC-2): an essential tool in the EPR of the GP
The International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC), developed by the ICPC Working Party, broke new ground in the world of classification when it was published for the first time in 1987. Expand
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Gender, educational and age differences in meanings that underlie global self-rated health
ObjectivesThe single-item question on self-rated health has been widely used in surveys. This study aims to explore which frames of reference are used by respondents when answering this question, toExpand
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The need for research in primary care
Making evidence from scientific studies available to clinical practice has been expected to directly improve quality of care, but this expectation has not been realised. The notion of quality of careExpand
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Primary health care and the Sustainable Development Goals
After the eight Millennium Development Goals that have shaped progress in the past 15 years, 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted by governments at the UN General Assembly inExpand
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The Dutch national food consumption survey 2003. Methodological issues
Background: Dietary monitoring is an important tool for food policy evaluation and development. The methodologies of previous Dutch surveys were less optimal for answering current food policyExpand
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Socio-economic differences in health
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