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Mandates of Trust in the Doctor–Patient Relationship
- Helge Skirbekk, A. Middelthon, P. Hjortdahl, A. Finset
- Qualitative health research
- 15 April 2011
We examine the conditions for trust relationships between patients and physicians. A trust relationship is not normally negotiated explicitly, but we wanted to discuss it with both patients and… Expand
Patients in Europe evaluate general practice care: an international comparison.
- R. Grol, M. Wensing, +8 authors J. Szecsenyi
- The British journal of general practice : the…
- 1 November 2000
BACKGROUND Patients' evaluations can be used to improve health care and compare general practice in different health systems. AIM To identify aspects of general practice that are generally… Expand
Continuity of care in general practice: effect on patient satisfaction.
OBJECTIVE--To evaluate the influence of continuity of care on patient satisfaction with consultations. DESIGN--Direct and episodic specific evaluation of patient satisfaction with recent… Expand
Chlamydia and gonorrhoea in pregnant Batswana women: time to discard the syndromic approach?
- M. Romøren, J. Sundby, M. Velauthapillai, M. Rahman, E. Klouman, P. Hjortdahl
- BMC infectious diseases
- 16 April 2007
BackgroundChlamydia and gonorrhoea are major causes of morbidity among women in developing countries. Both infections have been associated with pregnancy-related complications, and case detection and… Expand
Designing mobile dietary management support technologies for people with diabetes
- E. Årsand, J. Tufano, J. Ralston, P. Hjortdahl
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of telemedicine and telecare
- 1 October 2008
We performed two cycles of laboratory-based usability testing of three food registration prototypes for people with diabetes. The design concepts were a commercial web application, various… Expand
Use of symptoms, signs, and blood tests to diagnose acute sinus infections in primary care: comparison with computed tomography.
OBJECTIVES This study evaluated different symptoms, signs, and blood tests in the diagnostic process of patients with a clinical diagnosis of acute sinusitis. METHODS A total of 201 primary care… Expand
Patient satisfaction with availability of general practice: an international comparison.
- M. Wensing, P. Vedsted, +8 authors R. Grol
- International journal for quality in health care…
- 1 April 2002
OBJECTIVE To identify associations between the characteristics of general practitioners and practices, and patients' evaluations of the availability of general practice. DESIGN Written surveys… Expand
Self-efficacy and health status in rheumatoid arthritis: a two-year longitudinal observational study.
OBJECTIVE To investigate the relationship between baseline level of self-efficacy for pain and other symptoms and changes in measures for similar dimensions of health status over a period of 2 yr in… Expand
Predictors of job satisfaction among doctors, nurses and auxiliaries in Norwegian hospitals: relevance for micro unit culture
ObjectiveTo explore what domains of work are important for job satisfaction among doctors, nurses and auxiliaries and to discuss differences between professional groups in the perspective of micro… Expand
The clinical diagnosis of acute purulent sinusitis in general practice--a review.
Acute sinusitis is a common illness in primary care. Studies have demonstrated the difficulty of making the differential diagnosis of acute purulent sinusitis based on clinical evaluations alone.… Expand