Innocent GP in police quiz over deaths data
- Monitoring death rates 'a waste of practices' time' Cameron, Ian // Pulse;10/13/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 41, p22
Presents a study on the effects of monitoring death rates on general practitioners in London, England. Reason behind the monitoring practice; Analysis on the cause of death; Statistics on mortality rates.
- GP encounters firearms on India tour. // GP: General Practitioner;2/18/2002, p4
Reports the tour of the general practioners in India to help on how to establish a midwifery project and to improve infant mortality rates.
- Gps face scrutiny on death rates. Anekwe, Lilian // Pulse;11/24/2010, Vol. 70 Issue 36, p3
The article reports on the scrutiny faced by General Practitioners (GP) concerning the death rates of patients.
- Death rate checks would cast suspicion on 1 in 20 GPs. Kenny, Craig // Pulse;8/4/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 31, p13
Focuses on the development of a system of monitoring mortality rates of general practitioners in Great Britain. Detection of suspected crimes before it happens; Concerns over false alarms; Identification and arrest of criminals.
- CHD care for ethnic groups. Minhas, Rubin // GP: General Practitioner;11/18/2002, p30
Discusses that general practitioner-led schemes can successfully address the inequalities in child care. Percentage of child mortality rates in South East Asian Subcontinent; Increase in the difference between death rates of Asians and rest of the population; Problem related to the changing...
- Leader: Seeing the quality data for what it really shows. // GP: General Practitioner;6/10/2005, p35
The article presents information on the first General medical Services (GMS) quality achievement tables published in Scotland. Although achievement was generally higher than government expectations, it would appear that smaller practices do find it harder to hit the targets. There is also a...
- It aint necessarily so. // People's Medical Society Newsletter;Aug97, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p8
Investigates the opposition of medical practitioners regarding the public release of hospital and physician death and complication rates. Mortality rates of patient in New York; Research involving the mortality rates in high risk patient.
- The quality divide in primary care. Pringle, Mike // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);8/19/89, Vol. 299 Issue 6697, p470
Focuses on the complacency of morbidity, mortality and performance in primary care in the general practice and the National Health Services in Great Britain. Citations on the book 'Family Doctors and Economic Incentives'; Implications of doctors personality on the practice; Scrutiny on the...
- GPs should target older people for malaria jab. // Pulse;4/4/2012, Vol. 72 Issue 12, p9
The article reports on the need for general practitioners (GPs) to give older people and those travelers in Africa a pre-travel advice on malaria vaccination in relation to the research led by doctor Anna Checkley on the mortality rates of patients due to malaria.