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McManus R.J., et al,
How representative of primary care are research active practices? Cross-sectional survey
Family Practice 25, (2008), 1, 56 | Pubmed

Holtedahl Kn.
Research and practice combined—ideas for a life in general practice
Family Practice 25, (2008), 2, 132 | Pubmed

Beyer M., Gensichen J., Gerlac
Aktive Teilnahme an Forschung sollte als zertifizierte ärztliche Fortbildung anerkannt werden -ein Verfahrensvorschlag
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 82, (2006), 1, 18

Reventlow S., Tulinius C.
The doctor as focus group moderator—shifting roles and negotiating positions in health research
Family Practice 22, (2005), 3, 335 | Pubmed

Macfarlane Fr., et al,
General practices as emergent research organizations: a qualitative study into organizational development
Family Practice 22, (2005), 3, 298 | Pubmed

Thomson C.E., et al,
Short report: Encouraging GPs to complete postal questionnaires—one big prize or many small prizes? A randomized controlled tri
Family Practice 21, (2004), 6, 697 | Pubmed

Ariza Ad.J., et al, **
Research Group Evaluating Computer Capabilities in a Primary Care Practice-Based Research Network
Annals of Family Medicine 2, (2004), 5, 418 | Pubmed

Davey R., Edwards S.M., Cochra
Recruitment strategies for a clinical trial of community-based water therapy for osteoarthritis
The British Journal of General Practice 53, (2003), 4, 315 | Pubmed

Brockmann S.
Zur Mitarbeit niedergelassener Hausärzte bei medizinischer Forschung: Ein Briefwechsel
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 79, (2003), 1, 36

Abholz H.H.
Randomisierte Studien in der Allgemeinpraxis - Was ist machbar?
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 79, (2003), 10, 516

Temte J.L., Beasley J.W.,
Rate of Case Reporting, Physician Compliance, and Practice Volume in a Practice-Based-Research Network Study (JFP ONLINE)
The Journal of Family Practice 50, (2000), 11, 977 | Pubmed

De Wit N.J., et al
Participation and Successful Patient Recruitment in Primary Care (JFP ONLINE)
The Journal of Family Practice 50, (2000), 11, 976 | Pubmed

Worrall Gr.
Hypothesis: The Research Page: Grovel and sweat. Recruiting family doctors for research studies
Canadian Family Physician 47, (2001), 9, 1821 | Pubmed

Morris C.J., Cantrill J.A., We
GP survey response rate: a miscellany of influencing factors
Family Practice 18, (2001), 4, 454 | Pubmed

Shah S., et al
Do income questions and seeking consent to link medical records reduce survey response rates? A randomised controlled trial among older people
The British Journal of General Practice 51, (2001), 3, 223 | Pubmed

Croughan M,
Factors Influencing Physician Participation in Practice-Based Research Network Studies (COMMENTARY)
The Journal of Family Practice 50, (2000), 11, 978 | Pubmed

Charlton B.G.
(E) Individual case studies in primary care
Family Practice 16, (1999), 1, 1- 3

Nutting P.A. et al
Practice Patterns of Family Physicians in Practice - Based Research Networks: A Report From ASPN
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 12, (1999), 4, 278-284 | Pubmed

Finkelstein M.M.
Record linkage as a research tool for office-based medical care
Canadian Family Physician 45, (1999), 2, 344- 351 | Pubmed


Registre Suisse des projets et études de recherche clinique ambulatoire 1996
Ars Medici 88, (1998), 4, 198-205

Maywald C., et al
Hausärzte forschen - Bregass-Studie: Modellversuch im Schulsport
Der Praktische Arzt 35, (1998), 18, 36-37

Marko P., Flückiger H. et al
Dietary Influence on the Urinary Excretion of Polyamines
Bratisl.Lek.Listy, 99, (1998), Nr 7, 339-342

Abetel G., Godard C.
Enquête sur les travaux de recherche au cabinet des médecins praticiens suisses
Ars Medici 88, (1998), 4, 194-197

Fleming D.M.
(E) The role of research networks in primary care. Based on a presentation at WONCA Dublin in June 1998
The European Journal of General Practice 4, (1998), 3, 96-99

Mader F.H., Bawidamann G.
Institut für Praxisforschung (PRAFO) - Praxisnahe Forschung und praktizierte Nutzenstiftung
Der Allgemeinarzt 19, (1997), 6, 533-538

Bawidamann G.
Institut für Praxisforschung (PRAFO) im BDA - Praxisnahe Forschung für den Allgemeinarzt
Der Praktische Arzt 33, (1996), 10, 51-52

McBride P.E. et al
Recruitment of Private Practices for Primary Care Research: Experience in a Preventive Services Clinical Trial
The Journal of Family Practice 43, (1996), 4, 389-395 | Pubmed

Svab I.
EGPRW - On the sanity of researchers in general practice
The European Journal of General Practice 2, (1996), 2, 85

Avery A.J. et al
(O) Research skills in departments of general practice
The European Journal of General Practice 2, (1996), 2, 62-64

Olesen F. et al
Identifying patients for research in general practice
Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 14, (1996), 1, 62-63 | Pubmed