The role of patient activation in frequent attendance at primary care: A population-based study of people with chronic disease

dianagosalvez Diana Gosalvez Prados última modificación 10/06/2011 14:32

The objective is to study explores a range of relevant socio-demographic, physical and psychological factors in a unique examination of the risk factors for frequent attendance at primary care. The impact of patient activation for self-management on health service utilisation is of particular interest.

Donald M, Ware RS, Ozolins IZ, Begum N, Crowther R, Bain C. The role of patient activation in frequent attendance at primary care: A population-based study of people with chronic disease. Patient Education and Counseling. 2011; 83(2): 217-221. Available at: http://www.pec-journal.com/article/S0738-3991%2810%2900324-1/abstract


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10/06/2011
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Patient Education and Counseling

Norte América