Thomas Willis (1621-1675), the founder of clinical neuroscience.
|Key phrase||Animals Books Brain Circle of Willis England History, 17th Century Humans Neuroanatomy Neurology|
Exempting dissenting patients from pay for performance schemes: retrospective analysis of exception reporting in the UK Quality and Outcomes Framework.
|Abstract||To examine the reasons why practices exempt patients from the UK Quality and Outcomes Framework pay for performance scheme (exception reporting) and to identify the characteristics of general practices associated with informed dissent.|
|Author||Doran, T; Kontopantelis, E; Fullwood, C; et al|
|Key phrase||England Family Practice General Practice Humans Informed Consent Linear Models Multivariate Analysis Outcome Assessment (Health Care) Patient Acceptance of Health Care Quality Indicators, Health Care Reimbursement, Incentive Retrospective Studies|
Applicability to primary care of national clinical guidelines on blood pressure lowering for people with stroke: cross sectional study.
|Abstract||To compare the characteristics of patients with cerebrovascular disease in primary care with those of the participants in the PROGRESS trial, on which national guidelines for blood pressure lowering are based.|
|Author||Mant, J; McManus, RJ; Hare, R;|
|Key phrase||Aged Blood Pressure Cross-Sectional Studies England Family Practice Female Humans Hypertension Male Practice Guidelines as Topic Stroke|
Impact of age and sex on primary preventive treatment for cardiovascular disease in the West Midlands, UK: cross sectional study.
|Abstract||To establish the impact of age and sex on primary preventive treatment for cardiovascular disease in a typical primary care population.|
|Author||Sheppard, JP; Singh, S; Fletcher, K; et al|
|Key phrase||Adult Age Factors Aged Aged, 80 and over Antihypertensive Agents Cardiovascular Diseases Cross-Sectional Studies Drug Utilization England Female General Practice Healthcare Disparities Humans Hydroxymethylglutaryl-CoA Reductase Inhibitors Logistic Models Male Middle Aged Odds Ratio Primary Health Care Primary Prevention Retrospective Studies Sex Factors|
Changes in patient experiences of primary care during health service reforms in England between 2003 and 2007.
|Abstract||Major primary care reforms have been introduced in recent years in the United Kingdom, including financial incentives to improve clinical quality and provide more rapid access to care. Little is known about the impact of these changes on patient experience. We examine patient reports of quality of care between 2003 and 2007, including random samples of patients on practice lists and patients with long-term conditions.|
|Author||Campbell, SM; Kontopantelis, E; Reeves, D; et al|
|Key phrase||Angina Pectoris Asthma Confidence Intervals Continuity of Patient Care Cross-Sectional Studies Diabetes Mellitus England Health Care Reform Humans Logistic Models Odds Ratio Patient Care Patient Satisfaction Quality of Health Care Questionnaires|