Comparison of the consumption of antidepressants in the immigrant and native populations in a Spanish health region: an observational study
- Duration and compliance with antidepressant treatment in immigrant and native-born populations in Spain: a four year follow-up descriptive study. // BMC Public Health;2012, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p256
The article cites a research study that analyzes the differences in the duration and compliance with antidepressant treatment among immigrants and natives in a Spanish health region. It is said that non-compliance is one of several barriers to adequate management of mental illness in immigrant...
- Ã‡OCUK VE ERGEN PSÄ°KÄ°YATRÄ°SÄ° POLÄ°KLÄ°NÄ°ÄžÄ°NE BAÅžVURAN HASTALARA TEDAVÄ° UYGULAMALARI. KARAMAN, Dursun; KARA, Koray; DURUKAN, İbrahim // Anatolian Journal of Clinical Investigation;2012, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p225
In this study it was aimed to determine the psychotropics and non-pharmacological treatment options used in treatment of children and adolescents applied to a child and adolescent psychiatric outpatient clinic. Medical records of 538 patients referred to the Children and Adolescent Psychiatry...
- THE INTEGRATED SUMMARY: A Documentation Tool to Improve Patient Care. Stelman, Michael A. // Family Practice Management;Apr2003, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p33
Discusses the use of an integrated summary as a document tool to improve patient care. Importance of medical record in patient care; Development of an appropriate treatment plan; Major benefits of the integrated summary.
- Must we improve our records? Tait, Ian // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);2/21/1981, Vol. 282 Issue 6264, p616
Focuses on the record system of the health care services in Great Britain. Importance to keep patients' records; Function of medical records in the general practice; Guidelines in compiling records.
- Data quality is a perfect project. Paul // GP: General Practitioner;2/4/2002, p54
Presents tips to ensure data quality in medical practice in Great Britain. Benefits of good data; Development of a practice-wide approach; Need to understand the Read codes; Availability of large groups providing services for data quality.
- General practice records. // British Medical Journal;12/9/1978, Vol. 2 Issue 6152, p1587
Focuses on the good records in general practice contributing to the good standards of medical care. Enumeration of the three difficulties in medical records; Subjects of the research; Importance of records in hospitals.
- Letter: Sending partial records is dangerous and lazy. Stanley, Adrian // GP: General Practitioner;6/17/2005, p21
Presents a letter to the editor about the partial information provided by medial records.
- US healthcare: take a number, please. Dove, Alan // Nature Medicine;Sep98, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p991
Reports on the provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act in the U.S. concerning the use of a Universal Health Identifier system designed to benefit patient and doctors in medical care. Forms of the identifier; Accessibility of patient medical information; Formation...
- Recommendations de recours Ã¡ une autre ressource en santÃ© faites par les infirmiÃ¨;res du service Info-SanÃ© CLSC. Leclerc, Bernard-Simon; Dunnigan, Lise; Zunzunegui, Maria-Victoria; Hagan, Louise; Morin, Diane // Canadian Journal of Public Health;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 94 Issue 1, p74
Analyzes the effects of different users' and call characteristics on the incorrectness of the self-report in Quebec province. Comparison of data from nurses in the computerized call-record; Characteristics of callers; Availability of charge telenursing health-line service.