World Book of Family Medicine - European Edition 2015 - Table of Content

World Book of Family Medicine - European Edition 2015

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Table of Content

 

Prologue

Mehmet Ungan, Carl Steylaerts

8

1

Patient Empowerment for Patient Self-Management

Andrée Rochfort

10

2

Communicating with Patients

Michael Jones

13

3

Ethical Problems in Family Medicine

Manfred Maier

15

4

Health Consequences of Emotional, Physical and Sexual Abuse

Lucy Candib

18

5

The Role of Family Medicine in Undergraduate Medical Education

Zekeriya Akturk

21

6

Developing National Curricula for the Education and Training of Family Doctors

Jessica Watson

25

7

Transient Illnesses

Ignaas Devisch

28

8

Cooperation Across the Interface of Primary and Secondary Care

Odd Jarle Kvamme

30

9

Complexity and Primary Care

Joachim Sturmberg

33

10

Motivational Interviewing in Family Medicine

Siggy Rausch

37

11

Quality Circles

Adrian Rohrbasser

40

12

Pathology and Minor Surgery in Primary Care

Pieter Buis

43

13

Developing Research Capacities in Family Medicine: the Croatian Experience

Mladenka Vrcic

46

14

An International Comparison of the Role of the Family Doctor in Different Countries

Donatella Sghedoni

49

15

Tackling Health Inequalities: the Role of Family Medicine

William Wong

52

16

Using the Internet to Answer Clinical Questions

Harris Lygidakis

56

17

Threats to Patient Safety in Primary Care

John Sandars

59

18

Teaching uncertainty

Yonah Yaphe

61

19

Home Visits: are they Useful or Necessary in Family Medicine

Paul Van Royen

64

20

Promoting the Health and Well-being of Family Doctors

Ulrich Busch

67

21

Prevention and Health Promotion in Clinical Practice

Carles Brotons

70

22

Determinants of Multi-morbidity

Marjan van den Akker

73

23

When Chronic Care Becomes End-of-Life Care: Bridging the Gap

Radost Assenova

76

24

What is Universal in Primary Care? Challenges for North/South Co-operation.

Matie Obazee

79

25

The New Consultation: The Doctor in the Electronic Age

Theo Schofield

82

26

How to Deliver a Successful Learning Package for Family Medicine Trainees?

Jaime Correia de Sousa

85

27

The Integration of Mental Health into Primary Care: International Perspectives

Filippo Zizzo

88

28

WONCA and the Cochrane Primary Health Care Field

Floris A. van de Laar

91

29

Do you Understand How Your Health System Works?

Sietse Wieringa

94

30

The Transition from CME to CPD – Fostering Good Practice Through Education

Francine Lemire

97

31

Factors Associated with Adherence to Drug Therapy

Annika Bardel

100

32

Improving Practice Questionnaire - A Patient Feedback Tool

Michael Greco

103

33

Health Promotion in European Family Practice

Ursula Reichenpfader

105

34

How the UK Discovered Europe

Justin Allen

108

35

Health Needs Assessment

Claire Collins

110

36

The Balint Experience

John Salinsky

113

37

Environment and Health in Family Medicine

Alan Abelsohn

115

38

Mentoring - a Quality Approach to Professional Development

Karen Bentley

118

39

Pleasures of Doctoring in Family Medicine

Andre Matalon

121

40

Measuring Effectiveness in Family Medicine

Teresa Pawlikowska

124

41

The International Classification of Primary Care: a Success Story

Jean Karl Soler

127

42

Physician Heal Thyself and then the World

Janet Christie-Seely

129

43

Competency in Medical Record-Keeping

David Bazzo

132

44

The Health Needs of Hard to Reach Groups: Do We Know Enough?

Erika Zelko

135

45

Is There Such a Thing as a Correct Diagnosis in Family Medicine?

Tor Anvik

138

46

Family Medicine Facing the New Challenges at a Global Scale.

Jan De Maeseneer

142

47

The Educational Agenda

Esra Saatchi

145

48

Continuity in Primary Care

Francesco Carelli

148

49

Where Family Medicine Meets Public Health

Francois Schellevis

151

50

Stages of Behavioural Change – a Helpful Concept for Family Doctors?

Norbert Donner-Banzhoff

154

51

Future and Innovation in Family Medicine

Carl Steylaerts

156

52

Home Care at the Dawn of the 21st Century

Elias Papazissis

160

53

To Travel With Your Profession Is to Live and Learn

Per Kallestrup

163

54

Am I a Good Doctor?

Hrvoje Tiljak

166

55

Evidence-based Primary Care Through Guidelines

Marjukka Makela

169

56

Developing Skills for the Developed World

Christos Lionis

172

57

Gut Feelings as a Guide in the Diagnostic Reasoning of GPs

Erik Stolper

174

58

Family Medicine Miles Program

Pablo Blasco

178

59

Improving the Prescribing of Antimicrobial Drugs in Primary Health Care

Carl Llor

182

60

Comprehensiveness and Continuity of Care

Heinz-Harald Abholz

185

61

Teaching Cross-Cultural Care

Constantinou S. Costas

188

62

How to Recruit and Select Your Future Colleagues?

Monica Lindh

191

63

Motivate Healthy Habits For Life: Coach Each to Change

Rick Botelho

194

64

An Ideal Training for the Future Career Patterns of Family Medicine

Mark Rickenbach

197

65

Burn Out and Family Practice

Fatma Goksin Cihan

201

66

Assessing Patient Satisfaction in Primary Health Care

Risto Raivo

203

67

Risk, Uncertainty and Indeterminacy in Clinical Decisions

Roger Strand

206

68

Do Practice Visits Have a Future?

Pieter van den Hombergh

209

69

Contribution of Drugs and Somnolence to Car Accidents with Victims

Paul Moeremans

212

70

Involve Patients With Doctors in Safety Improvement

Isabelle Dupie

215

71

The Optimal Practice Size Revisited – a Critical Appraisal of a Topical Discussion

Chris van Weel

218

72

Revisiting “Home Visits: Your Practice on the Road”

Rita Viegas

221

73

Re-training of Family Doctors: A EURACT Survey

Fusun Yaris

224

74

Primary Care Based Case-management

Tobias Freund

227

75

How Would Citizens Develop the Health Strategy of Their Country?

François Héritier

230

76

Drafting A Practice Professional Development Plan

Alexandre Gouveia

233

77

European Practice Assessment (EPA)

Joachim Szecsenyi

236

78

The Role of The Royal College of General Practitioners (UK)

Nigel Mathers

239

79

From Familygram to Personalised Medical Care

Tonka Poplas-Susic

243

80

The Growth of the Guideline

Felicity Goodyear-Smith

245

81

Developing Culturally Sensitive Services in Primary Care

Victoria Tkachenko

248

82

The MRCGP International - Developing a Truly Contextual Assessment

John Howard

251

83

Do we Practice what we Preach ?

Judit Simon

254

84

Helping Family Physicians in Managing Families With a Difficult Child

Luc Lefebvre

257

85

Family Systems Medicine

Raluca Zoitanu

260

86

Assessment of the Professional Attitude of Family Doctors

Isabel Santos

263

87

Family Medicine and Sustainability

Giuseppe Maso

266

88

How to Build an Ideal Healthcare Information System?

Ilkka Kunnamo

269

89

Making Sense of Chronic Disease

Merete Jorgensen

272

90

A Practical Approach To Teaching Medical Students About Community Services

Karen Flegg

274

91

New Technologies to Support Family Doctors

Berk Geroglu

278

92

Patients' Rights and the Views of Family Doctors

Maria Dolores Perez

280

93

About Quaternary Prevention: First, Do no Harm.

Marc Jamoulle

284

94

War – Terrorism – Ethical Challenges and Family Physician Education

Nazan Karaoglu

287

95

Parents of a New-born Child with Severe Disabilities

Anette Hauskov Graungaard

289

96

Family Doctors' Career Towards Academic Level: Why and How

Igor Svab

293

97

A European Observatory for Primary Care Development

Robert Glendenning

296

98

New Era for Clinical Research in Primary Care

Knut-Arne Wensaas

299

99

Family Therapy Skills for Medical Practitioners

Radkin Honzák

302

100

What We Do

Richard G Roberts

304

 

Epilogue as Prologue

Michael Kidd, Job Metsemakers

307

 

Acknowledgements

 

308

 

20 Years of WONCA Europe - Some History

 

309