General practice size determines participation in optional activities: cross-sectional analysis of a national primary care system

@inproceedings{Mackay2010GeneralPS,
  title={General practice size determines participation in optional activities: cross-sectional analysis of a national primary care system},
  author={Daniel F. Mackay and Graham Watt},
  year={2010}
}
Background: There is widespread, unexplained variation in activity and outcome between general practices. Aim: To explore the relationship between practice size and participation in optional activities, including the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF). Design of study: Cross-sectional analyses of routinely available data on practice characteristics, QOF performance and optional activities including undergraduate teaching, postgraduate training, research, enhanced clinical data… CONTINUE READING

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