Acute back pain management in primary care: a qualitative pilot study of the feasibility of a nurse-led service in general practice.

@article{Breen2004AcuteBP,
  title={Acute back pain management in primary care: a qualitative pilot study of the feasibility of a nurse-led service in general practice.},
  author={Alan C. Breen and Eloise C.J. Carr and Eileen M. Mann and Holly Crossen-White},
  journal={Journal of nursing management},
  year={2004},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={
          201-9
        }
}
OBJECTIVES (1) To determine the acceptability of the Royal College of General Practitioner Guidelines to small samples of nurses, General Practitioners and acute back pain patients, (2) to determine what additional roles for nurses in the management of acute back pain in primary care might be acceptable to these samples, (3) to evaluate the responses of General Practitioners, nurses and patients to a suggested service model based on the RCGP Guidelines, (4) to identify opportunities for and… CONTINUE READING

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