Almost half of the Danish general practitioners have negative a priori attitudes towards a mandatory accreditation programme.

@article{Waldorff2016AlmostHO,
  title={Almost half of the Danish general practitioners have negative a priori attitudes towards a mandatory accreditation programme.},
  author={Frans Boch Waldorff and Dagn{\'y} R{\'o}s Nicolaisd{\'o}ttir and Marius Brostr{\o}m Kousgaard and Susanne Reventlow and Jens S{\o}ndergaard and Thorkil Thorsen and Merethe Kirstine Andersen and Line Bj{\o}rnskov Pedersen and Louise Bisgaard and Cecilie Lybeck Hutters and Flemming Bro},
  journal={Danish medical journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={63 9}
}
INTRODUCTION The objective of this study was to analyse Danish general practitioners' (GPs) a priori attitudes and expectations towards a nationwide mandatory accreditation programme. METHODS This study is based on a nationwide electronic survey comprising all Danish GPs (n = 3,403). RESULTS A total of 1,906 (56%) GPs completed the questionnaire. In all, 861 (45%) had a negative attitude towards accreditation, whereas 429 (21%) were very positive or posi-tive. The negative attitudes towards… CONTINUE READING

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