Lessons learnt from attempting to assess the evidence base for a complex intervention introduced into New Zealand general practice.

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BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT Currently, in New Zealand general practice, the introduction of new initiatives is such that interventions may be introduced without an evidence base. A critical role is to respond to the challenges of chronic illness with self-management a key component. The 'Flinders Model' of self-management collaborative care planning developed in… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/qshc.2009.034439

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@article{Horsburgh2010LessonsLF, title={Lessons learnt from attempting to assess the evidence base for a complex intervention introduced into New Zealand general practice.}, author={Margaret P Horsburgh and Felicity Goodyear-Smith and Janine Bycroft and Faith M Mahony and Dianne E Roy and Denise J Miller and Erin Cj Donnell}, journal={Quality & safety in health care}, year={2010}, volume={19 5}, pages={e50} }