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The Economic Impact of Providing Evidence-Based Pediatric Mental Health Literacy Training to Primary Care Physicians

McCaffrey E, Chang S, Farrelly G, Rahman A, Ritchie B, Goldade R, Cawthorpe D

Objective This paper presents a review of the current state of child and adolescent mental health literacy and provides current evidence of the economic impact of a pediatric mental health...
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Role of Primary Care and Challenges for Public–Private Cooperation during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic: An Expert Delphi Study in South Korea

Shin Wy, Kim C, Lee SY, Lee W, Kim Jh

Purpose: The aim of this study was to explore the role of primary care facilities and their support measures in response to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and to identify challenges...
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Physicians’ Experience from the Pilot Project for Primary Care for People with Disabilities

Jeon KH, Cho IY, Yoo JE, Park JH, Kang M, Choi Yj, Kim SH, Park JE, Park JH, Kim SY, Shin DW

Background: Disabled people are considered a vulnerable population in terms of health and social care. With the disability act having been enacted in 2015, the primary care physician system for...
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Common Mental Disorders in Primary Care

Kim DH

Mental disorders are common in primary care practice. Half of the population experience at least one mental disorder in their lifetime and at least 25% have suffered a mental disorder...
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Psychological Stress Management in Primary Care

Lee ES

Counseling patients regarding lifestyle modification and psychosocial problem is a fundamental competency for primary care physicians. Primary care physicians play an important role in early detection and management of psychological...
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Korean Alcohol Guidelines for Primary Care Physician

Jung JG, Kim JS, Yoon SJ, Lee S, Ahn SK

Patients with drinking problems are commonly encountered by primary care physicians in clinical practice. This paper presents the care guidelines for dealing with such patients. The guidelines have been summarized...
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Definition and Status of Funtional Primary Clinic in Korea

Yun JM, Choi S, Cho Y, Park SM, Kim Y

This study aimed to assess the state of primary care in South Korea by determining a functional definition of primary care using the National Health Insurance (NHIS) database. We categorized...
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Analysis of the Comprehensiveness of Primary Care Clinics in Korea

Kim HJ, Shin JY, Yang YJ, Cho B, Yun JM

Background: In the Republic of Korea, which medical specialties should take the responsibility for primary care and what the role of primary care should be are still unclear. In this...
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Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms: Prevalence and Factors Associated with Help-Seeking in Male Primary Care Attendees

Isa NMM, Aziz AFA

Background: Lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) are common among elderly men. However, seeking help for this problem is mostly delayed until complications arise. Primary care clinics serve as the first...
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Who Are the People Willing to Pay for Physician Home Visits?

Kim CO, Jang Sn

Background: Since the recently announced Community Care Policy, there has been an opinion that Korea needs to establish an alternative medical model such as physician home visits. This study aimed...
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Chronic Constipation in the Elderly Patient: Updates in Evaluation and Management

Mari A, Mahamid M, Amara H, Baker FA, Yaccob A

Chronic constipation (CC) is a common disorder in the elderly population globally and is associated with comorbidities and negative implications on the quality of life. Constipation prevalence varies in different...
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Eosinophilic Esophagitis in Adults: A Concise Overview of an Evolving Disease

Mari A, Tsoukali E, Yaccob A

Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is a chronic inflammatory disease that encompasses esophageal symptoms along with eosinophilic infiltration of the esophageal epithelium. EoE is an evolving disease that has been a subject...
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Review of Physician Referrals to Orthopedic Spine versus Neurosurgery

Malige A, Yuh R, Yellapu V, Lands V, Woods B, Sokunbi G

BACKGROUND: Previous studies have reported what patients value while choosing their surgeon, but there are no studies exploring the patterns of referral to spine surgeons among primary care physicians (PCPs)....
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Current Status and Problems of National Diabetes Care

Yun SK

South Korea is one of many countries that has implement national chronic disease management programs. These programs comprise “A pilot program for the registration and management of cardiocerebrovascular high-risk groups”...
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Effects of Continuity of Care on Diabetes-Related Avoidable Hospitalizations among Middle- and Old-Aged Patients: Analysis of National Health Insurance Claims Data

Kim B

BACKGROUND: Diabetes is known as one of the most important ambulatory care sensitive conditions. This study purposed to assess the status of continuity of care (COC) and diabetes-related avoidable hospitalizations...
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Evaluation of the applicability of deep breathing test in the diagnosis of hypertension with white-coat effect in Chinese patients in primary care

Chan KS, Lai KP, Chan PF, Luk MH, Chao VK

PURPOSE: The current gold standard for the diagnosis of white-coat effect is by the 24-h ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) which may not be readily available in every primary care...
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Home-Based Primary Care for Homebound Older Adults: Literature Review

Kim CO, Jang SN

Home-based primary care (HBPC) refers to the type of home care services which provide interdisciplinary primary care services with a comprehensive and continuous manner. Currently, it is getting much attention...
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Smoking cessation services to which physicians can refer patients

Im M, Shin DW, Kim HS

The purpose of this article is to introduce smoking cessation services in the community to which physicians can refer their patients. There are three types of services: smoking cessation clinics...
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Challenges in Cancer Control Services Provided by Family Physicians in Primary Care: A Qualitative and Quantitative Study From Karabuk Province in Turkey

Özdemir R, Ural S, Karaçalı M

BACKGROUND: Family physicians (FPs) play an important role in cancer control. The aim of this study was to understand the functions of FPs in cancer control and to explore FPs’...
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Experience of Lifetime Health Maintenance Clinic in a Tertiary Hospital: Patients Satisfaction and Associated Factors

Lee SW, Cho NR, Yoo SH, Sunwoo S

BACKGROUND: Lifetime health maintenance program (LHMP) is designed for individualized disease prevention and health promotion through regular health check-ups and improving risk factors. This study aimed to investigate patients' satisfaction...
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