Patient and GP agreement on aspects of general practice care.

  title={Patient and GP agreement on aspects of general practice care.},
  author={Peter Vedsted and Jan Mainz and T Lauritzen and Frede Olesen},
  journal={Family practice},
  volume={19 4},
OBJECTIVE The aim of the present study was to compare patient and GP priorities for general practice care. METHODS A questionnaire survey was carried out in general practice in Denmark which included 900 consecutive patients aged over 18 years from 15 practices collected in 1995, and 919 randomly sampled GPs in 1999. The postal questionnaire, developed by the EUROPEP group, contained 40 questions about eight aspects of primary care. Participants were asked to state their priorities for each… CONTINUE READING