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Trends in Morbidity in the General Practice Population 1967-2007
The European Journal of General Practice 14, (2008), Suppl 1, 1

van den Dungen C., et al, **
What factors explain the differences in morbidity estimations among general practice registration networks in the Netherlands? A first analysis
The European Journal of General Practice 14, (2008), Suppl 1, 53 | Pubmed

Guthrie Br., et al,
Routine mortality monitoring for detecting mass murder in UK general practice: test of effectiveness using modeling
The British Journal of General Practice 58, (2008), 5, 311 | Pubmed

van Weel Chr. **
The Continuous Morbidity Registration Nijmegen: Background and history of a Dutch general practice database
The European Journal of General Practice 14, (2008), Suppl 1, 5 | Pubmed

NN **
Trends in Morbidity in the General Practice Population, 1967-2007
The European Journal of General Practice 14, (2008), Suppl 1, 3

Fleming D.M. **
Does it really matter? Evaluating the Continuous Morbidity Registration—The Nijmegen Project
The European Journal of General Practice 14, (2008), Suppl 1, 63 | Pubmed

van de Laar Fl.A., Bor H., va
Prevalence of zebras in general practice: Data from the Continuous Morbidity Registration Nijmegen
The European Journal of General Practice 14, (2008), Suppl 1, 44 | Pubmed

van den Bosch W., Bor H., van
All in the family: Times are changing
The European Journal of General Practice 14, (2008), Suppl 1, 25 | Pubmed

Schers H., et al, **
What went and what came? Morbidity trends in general practice from the Netherlands
The European Journal of General Practice 14, (2008), Suppl 1, 13 | Pubmed

Jordan K., et al,
Measuring disease prevalence: a comparison of musculoskeletal disease using four general practice consultation databases
The British Journal of General Practice 57, (2007), 1, 7 | Pubmed

Fink W., Haidinger C.
Die Häufigkeit von Gesundheitsstörungen in 10 Jahren Allgemeinpraxis
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 83, (2007), 3, 102

Cox St.J., Holden J.D.
A retrospective review of significant events reported in one district in 2004-2005
The British Journal of General Practice 57, (2007), 9, 732 | Pubmed

Baumgartner G.
Sentinella stopp!
Primary Care, 6, (2006), 1-2, 17

Hannaford Ph.C., Smith Bl.H.,
Primary care epidemiology: its scope and purpose (Editorial)
Family Practice 23, (2006), 1, 1

Fleming D.M., Elliot A.J.
Changing disease incidence the consulting room perspective (Editorial)
The British Journal of General Practice 56, (2006), 11, 820 | Pubmed

Yaffe M.J., et al,
Morbidity and mortality audits: "How to" for family practice
Canadian Family Physician 51, (2005), 2, 234 | Pubmed

Fleming D.M., Cross K.W., Barl
Recent changes in the prevalence of diseases presenting for health care
The British Journal of General Practice 55, (2005), 8, 589 | Pubmed

NN
Woran sterben Frauen?
Der Hausarzt (BDA) 42, (2005), 7, 29

Skrotzki T.M.C., et al,
Increased mortality in partners of female myocardial infarction patients
Family Practice 22, (2005), 6, 583 | Pubmed

Staehelin-Wey Al.
Un nouveau thème de déclaration Sentinella: la gastroentérite
Primary Care, 5, (2005), 41, 844

Guthrie Br.
Can mortality monitoring in general practice be made to work? (Editorial)
The British Journal of General Practice 55, (2005), 9, 660 | Pubmed

Mohammed M.A., et al,
A practical method for monitoring general practice mortality in the UK: findings from a pilot study in a health board of Northern Ireland
The British Journal of General Practice 55, (2005), 9, 670 | Pubmed

Staehelin-Wey Al.
Neues Sentinella-Meldethema, epidemische Gastroenteritis
Primary Care, 5, (2005), 40, 821

Fortin M., et al,
Multimorbidity is common to family practice. Is it commonly researched?
Canadian Family Physician 51, (2005), 2, 244 | Pubmed

Carlsson L., et al,
Types of morbidity and categories of patients in a Swedish county. Applying the Johns Hopkins Adjusted Clinical Groups System to encounter data in primary health care. 174
Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 22, (2004), 3, 174 | Pubmed

Oppewal F., Meyboom-De Jong B.
Mortality in general practice: An analysis of 841 deaths during a two-year period in 17 Dutch practices
The European Journal of General Practice 10, (2004), 1, 13 | Pubmed

Zachariadou Th., et al, **
Panorama of diagnoses in the primary healthcare setting in Cyprus: Data from a pilot study
The European Journal of General Practice 10, (2004), 3, 103 | Pubmed

Schroll H., et al,
Estimating incidence and prevalence of episodes of care in general practice.
Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 22, (2004), 1, 60 | Pubmed

Leiyu Shi L., et al,
The Relationship Between Primary Care, Income Inequality, and Mortality in US States, 1980-1995
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 16, (2003), 5, 412

Hogan Chr.
A reminder of mortality
Australian Family Physician 31, (2002), 9, 860