GPs’ perspectives on the management of patients with multimorbidity: systematic review and synthesis of qualitative research

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This systematic review shows that the problem areas for GPs in the management of multimorbidity may be classified into four domains. There will be no ‘one size fits all’ intervention for multimorbidity but these domains may be useful targets to guide the development of interventions that will assist and improve the provision of care to multimorbid patients.

Sinnott C, Hugh SM, Browne J, Bradley C. GPs’ perspectives on the management of patients with multimorbidity: systematic review and synthesis of qualitative research. BMJ Open. 2013 Sep 1;3(9):e003610. 


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24/09/2013

To synthesise the existing published literature on the perceptions of general practitioners (GPs) or their equivalent on the clinical management of multimorbidity and determine targets for future research that aims to improve clinical care in multimorbidity.


Sinnott C, Hugh SM, Browne J, Bradley C.

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