Physicians' attitudes towards prevention: importance of intervention-specific barriers and physicians' health habits.

@article{Cornuz2000PhysiciansAT,
  title={Physicians' attitudes towards prevention: importance of intervention-specific barriers and physicians' health habits.},
  author={Jacques Cornuz and William A. Ghali and D Di Carlantonio and Alain R. P{\'e}coud and Fred Paccaud},
  journal={Family practice},
  year={2000},
  volume={17 6},
  pages={
          535-40
        }
}
BACKGROUND Several studies have explored physicians' attitudes towards prevention and barriers to the delivery of preventive health interventions. However, the relative importance of these previously identified barriers, both in general terms and in the context of a number of specific preventive interventions, has not been identified. Certain barriers may only pertain to a subset of preventive interventions. OBJECTIVES We aimed to determine the relative importance of identified barriers to… CONTINUE READING
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