Reto Auer

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Baris Gencer3
Stephan Windecker3
3Baris Gencer
3Stephan Windecker
3David Nanchen
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  • Baris Gencer, Nicolas Rodondi, Reto Auer, David Nanchen, Lorenz Räber, Roland Klingenberg +8 others
  • 2016
BACKGROUND Acute coronary syndromes (ACS) have been associated with lower health utilities (HUs) compared with the general population. Given the prognostic improvements after ACS with the implementation of coronary angiography (eg, percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)), contemporary HU values derived from patient-reported outcomes are needed. METHODS(More)
  • Reto Auer, Baris Gencer, Rodrigo Tango, David Nanchen, Christian M Matter, Thomas Felix Lüscher +5 others
  • 2016
OBJECTIVES To compare the efficacy of a proactive approach with a reactive approach to offer intensive smoking cessation intervention using motivational interviewing (MI). DESIGN Before-after comparison in 2 academic hospitals with parallel comparisons in 2 control hospitals. SETTING Academic hospitals in Switzerland. PARTICIPANTS Smokers hospitalised(More)
BACKGROUND Full-text searches of articles increase the recall, defined by the proportion of relevant publications that are retrieved. However, this method is rarely used in medical research due to resource constraints. For the purpose of a systematic review of publications addressing shared decision making, a full-text search method was required to retrieve(More)
  • Reto Auer, Baris Gencer, Lorenz Räber, Roland Klingenberg, Sebastian Carballo, David Carballo +10 others
  • 2014
BACKGROUND Adherence to guidelines is associated with improved outcomes of patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS). Clinical registries developed to assess quality of care at discharge often do not collect the reasons for non-prescription for proven efficacious preventive medication in Continental Europe. In a prospective cohort of patients hospitalized(More)
BACKGROUND Shared Decision Making (SDM) is increasingly advocated as a model for medical decision making. However, there is still low use of SDM in clinical practice. High impact factor journals might represent an efficient way for its dissemination. We aimed to identify and characterize publication trends of SDM in 15 high impact medical journals. (More)
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