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ObjectiveA randomized controlled trial was conducted to examine the clinical effectiveness of providing general practitioners (GPs) with the results of a self-administered computerized assessment of common mental disorders.MethodAttenders at a general practice in a deprived inner city area of...
BackgroundAccurate detection of psychological distress in patients is a prerequisite of specific diagnosis and active management. Studies have shown that improved detection is related to altered management and to improved patient outcomes: there may also be a link with improved patient...
ObjectivesThis study aimed to assess the uptake and effect in primary care of a computerized decision support system (DSS) for the management of hyperlipidaemia.MethodA prospective controlled trial was conducted in 25 practices covering a population of 150 000 in the city of Birmingham. The...
Background and objectiveThis interim report from the Syst-Eur trial investigated the level of blood pressure control achieved during the double-blind period in patients followed in general practices.MethodsIn the Syst-Eur trial elderly patients (60 years or older) with isolated systolic...
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