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Physicians and smoking cessation. A survey of office procedures and practices in the Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation.
- E. Lindsay, J. Ockene, N. Hymowitz, C. Giffen, L. Berger, P. Pomrehn
- Archives of family medicine
- 1 April 1994
OBJECTIVE To obtain a baseline measure of tobacco control activities carried out by physicians and of tobacco control policies and practices in physician offices. DESIGN All primary care physicians… Expand
Assessing primary care content: four conditions common in community health center practice.
- C. Ulmer, D. Lewis-Idema, +4 authors B. Lefkowitz
- The Journal of ambulatory care management
Under managed care, community health center (CHC) care patterns will be increasingly subject to outside scrutiny. This article discusses results of medical records reviews assessing quality of care… Expand
[Vocational training of future GPs in Swiss hospitals: the view of assistant physicians].
BACKGROUND We sought to assess views of young physicians, performing vocational training in hospitals, regarding primary care. METHODS Semi quantitative questionnaires sent to 535 assistant… Expand
Health Care Providers as Key Change Agents in the Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT)
- J. Ockene, E. Lindsay, L. Berger, N. Hymowitz
- International quarterly of community health…
- 1 October 1990
The Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT) is a multi-center collaborative trial sponsored by the National Cancer Institute. COMMIT utilizes multiple, community-based channels to… Expand