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Factors relevant in GPs referring patients to in-house counselling:an exploratory study

Rosaleen Little

Factors relevant in GPs referring patients to in-house counselling:an exploratory study

by Rosaleen Little

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Published by University of Surrey in Guildford .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.) - Roehampton Institute of Higher Education, University of Surrey, 1992.

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Factors relevant in GPs referring patients to in-house counselling:an exploratory study by Rosaleen Little Download PDF EPUB FB2

The objective of this study was to identify differences in rating of factors perceived to be important to racially diverse FM and IM patients in the selection of a PCP, and to determine patient.

The purpose of this pilot study was to identify factors considered by GPs when making mental health referral decisions and to explore referral strategies and related individual differences between. this study were: (1) What factors do GPs, working as trained raters in the GP Specialty In this exploratory study, a qualitative methodology was used.

and education-related factors. To explore GPs' accounts of decisions to refer, or not refer, patients for psychological therapy. A qualitative study, using a matched-patient procedure.

General practices in two inner London. Furthermore, in a study conducted in Sweden, it was found that a permissive attitude that allowed patients to ask questions, to seek advice and to state their opinion was important (Oxelmark, Ulin. However, acupuncture may be more acceptable to GPs: it is one of the most common complementary therapies that GPs in the UK refer their patients to [73, 76], and many GPs feel that it should be more widely available on the NHS.

GP referral to talking therapies, like counselling, is much more established since the introduction of IAPTs in Therefore, in this exploratory study we interviewed six stakeholder groups aligned with the Ealing GP Federation (pharmacy team members, GPs, patients, practice managers, receptionists and nurses) to answer the question: What are the experiences of the various stakeholders in a group of general practices currently employing pharmacists.

A recent survey of over 6, patients in acute and primary care trusts in England and Wales found that “the evidence that National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidance had made a difference to the quality of care or to variations in practice is mixed” (Sheldon et al., ).Broad‐based interventions based on collaborative care and case management models that target both.

Therefore, this study was a first exploratory attempt to obtain insight into governance attributes in primary healthcare practices in Australia and their association with performance. This study found that greater size and ownership spread across GPs in a practice appeared to be related to more complex governance structures.

The study consisted of three parts: a statistical analysis of cohort data on elderly patients in Rotterdam, a qualitative survey among long-term users (N=26) on their patterns of use and the meanings they attribute to it, and a qualitative survey among GPs (N=10) in the Rotterdam region. JOURNAL TOOLS.

Get New Content Alerts. From the results, a statistical ‘exploratory factor analysis’ identified that five factors between them explained half the variation in the survey responses: Ability to refer (this factor was about barriers to specialist referral), Patient access (financial and geographical barriers to healthcare).

Materials and Methods: Prior to its inclusion in a longitudinal study of the factors influencing Caring Self Efficacy of Australian nurses towards older patients in acute care settings, validity and reliability testing was conducted on OPACS using a pilot study accessing a convenience sample of Bachelor of Nursing students from the Australian.

This article draws on an exploratory case study of one parole office located in an urban area in Southern California. At the time of the study, the office’s four units covered the entire city. One unit had a specialized caseload of high-risk sex offenders who must be monitored by a GPS ankle bracelet.

Complete guide to survey questions with survey examples and sample survey questions that include question types, answer types and good questions for a survey like the Dichotomous Survey Question, Multiple Choice Question, Rank Order Scaling Question, Rating Scale Question, Semantic Differential Scale, Stapel Scale Question, Constant Sum Survey Questions and much more.

Such factors can be particularly important in the context of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), where they might contribute causally to disease, or reduce that capacity of patients to self-manage their conditions (leading to worse outcomes).

This results in the suffering of individuals and a greater burden being placed on healthcare resources. Schiavolin S, et al. Factors related to difficulties with employment in patients with multiple sclerosis: a review of – literature. Int J Rehabil Res ;– Raggi A, et al.

Development and validation of the multiple sclerosis questionnaire for the evaluation of job difficulties (MSQ-Job). Pilot study. A month, external pilot cluster RCT and parallel process evaluation was undertaken in six practices across Devon and Bristol.

This work informed aspects of the main trial protocol published in 33 We present the methods implemented within the main trial, relating to the triage interventions, practice and patient inclusion and exclusion, practice and patient recruitment.

Figure shows the main data flow in our typical E-Health application. Study participants, many of whom are patients, use sensors in their homes or while out in the community. Data collected by these sensors reaches the CI in various ways depending on the project: manually uploaded through a web interface (PALMS); automatically transmitted from the sensors to a sensor hub.

We want to help GPs identify patients at risk of developing psychosis, so that they know who to refer on to mental health services. as GPs will be able to refer patients to secondary care who can most benefit from their help sooner, reducing visits to primary and emergency care.” an exploratory study using the Hampshire Health Record.

The study was conducted in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki, and the protocol was approved by the Ethics Committee of XXX (Project identification code)." A written informed consent for publication must be obtained from participating patients who can be identified (including by the patients .The discussion is in the patient's home or at the GP surgery if they are mobile and the patient l then hold and own the care plan.

Merton are undertaking work to extend the use of CoordinateMyCare (CMC) to patients with long term conditions with the aim that this will hold care plans electronically.Although 14 GPs (%) said that they did not experience any barriers to implementing falls prevention, the most common barrier identified by GPs was lack of consultation time to ascertain risk and refer (58%, n = 87), followed by a perceived lack of local NHS AHPs to refer to (%, n = 52) (see Figure 3).