Observational study on factors related to health-promoting community activity development in primary care (frAC Project): a study protocol

@inproceedings{March2012ObservationalSO,
  title={Observational study on factors related to health-promoting community activity development in primary care (frAC Project): a study protocol},
  author={Sebasti{\'a} March and J Soliveres Ripoll and Juan Lu{\'i}s Ruiz-Gim{\'e}nez and Isabel Montaner Gomis and Carmen Bel{\'e}n Bened{\'e} Azagra and L{\'a}zaro Elizalde Soto and Mª Clara Vidal and Mar{\'i}a de Lluc Bauz{\`a} Amengual and Trinidad Planas Juan and Damiana Maria P{\'e}rez Mariano and Micaela Llull Sarralde and Rosa Bajo Vi{\~n}as and Matilde Jord{\'a}n Mart{\'i}n and Carmen Solano Villarubia and Maria Rodriguez Bajo and Manuela Cordoba Victoria and Marta Badia Capdevila and Elena Serrano Ferr{\'a}ndez and Maria Bosom Diumenjo and Nieves Zabaleta del Olmo and Bonaventura Bol{\'i}var-Ribas and Angel Anto{\~n}anzas Lombarte and Samantha Bregel Cotaina and Ana Calvo Tocado and Barbara Olivan Bl{\'a}zquez and Rosa Magall{\'o}n Botaya and Pilar Mar{\'i}n Palacios and Margarita Echauri Ozcoidi and Mª Jose Perez-Jarauta and Maria Perp{\'e}tua Oliveira Ramos},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2012}
}
INTRODUCTION According to Spanish health regulations, primary care professionals have the responsibility to carry out health-promoting community activities (CAs). However, in practice, their implementation is not as widespread as it should be. The aims of this study were to identify factors within the team, the community and the professionals that influence the development of these activities and to describe the community interventions in progress. METHODS AND ANALYSIS This study is an… CONTINUE READING
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