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Cancer patients' use of family practice and secondary care

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Cancer patients' use of family practice and secondary care. / Sokolowski, Ineta; Kjeldgaard, Anette Hvenegaard; Olesen, Frede; Vedsted, Peter.

2010. Poster session præsenteret ved WONCA 2010, Cancun, Mexico.

Publikation: KonferencebidragPosterForskning

Harvard

Sokolowski, I, Kjeldgaard, AH, Olesen, F & Vedsted, P 2010, 'Cancer patients' use of family practice and secondary care', WONCA 2010, Cancun, Mexico, 19/05/2010 - 23/05/2010.

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Sokolowski, I., Kjeldgaard, A. H., Olesen, F., & Vedsted, P. (2010). Cancer patients' use of family practice and secondary care. Poster session præsenteret ved WONCA 2010, Cancun, Mexico.

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Sokolowski I, Kjeldgaard AH, Olesen F, Vedsted P. 2010. Cancer patients' use of family practice and secondary care. Poster session præsenteret ved WONCA 2010, Cancun, Mexico.

MLA

Sokolowski, Ineta o.a.. Cancer patients' use of family practice and secondary care. WONCA 2010, 19 maj 2010, Cancun, Mexico, Poster, 2010.

Vancouver

Sokolowski I, Kjeldgaard AH, Olesen F, Vedsted P. Cancer patients' use of family practice and secondary care. 2010. Poster session præsenteret ved WONCA 2010, Cancun, Mexico.

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Sokolowski, Ineta ; Kjeldgaard, Anette Hvenegaard ; Olesen, Frede ; Vedsted, Peter. / Cancer patients' use of family practice and secondary care. Poster session præsenteret ved WONCA 2010, Cancun, Mexico.

Bibtex

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title = "Cancer patients' use of family practice and secondary care",
abstract = "Aims: We know that in Denmark some 90% of citizens have contact with family practice (FP) during a year and around 40% has contact with secondary care.  This demands efforts to create integrated and shared care. The aim of this study is to document the pattern of contacts with FP among patients recently diagnosed with cancer and among previous cancer patients.Materials and methods:In a nationwide database in Denmark (population 5.5 million) all contacts to the health care system are registered.We describe the pattern of contact with all parts of the health care system for a) the total population b) about 33,000 patients diagnosed with cancer in 2007, and c) about 220,000 patients living with a previous diagnosis of cancer.        Results: Data for the total population is known. The total number of contacts with FP in daytime is about 38.4 million, with out of hours service about 2.9 million, and with specialized service about 8.8 million. Details for the total population and for the two groups of cancer patients will be presented at the conference, and their implications will be discussed.                Conclusions: This project will give insight into the extent to which patients who have recently undergone treatment and patients in the survivorship phase of cancer use different parts of the health care system, and how much they use FP.Information about this will enable us to discuss the need for shared care, integrated care and information exchange and create a platform for further in-depth analysis of needed assessment and quality of care.",
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RIS

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T1 - Cancer patients' use of family practice and secondary care

AU - Sokolowski, Ineta

AU - Kjeldgaard, Anette Hvenegaard

AU - Olesen, Frede

AU - Vedsted, Peter

PY - 2010

Y1 - 2010

N2 - Aims: We know that in Denmark some 90% of citizens have contact with family practice (FP) during a year and around 40% has contact with secondary care.  This demands efforts to create integrated and shared care. The aim of this study is to document the pattern of contacts with FP among patients recently diagnosed with cancer and among previous cancer patients.Materials and methods:In a nationwide database in Denmark (population 5.5 million) all contacts to the health care system are registered.We describe the pattern of contact with all parts of the health care system for a) the total population b) about 33,000 patients diagnosed with cancer in 2007, and c) about 220,000 patients living with a previous diagnosis of cancer.        Results: Data for the total population is known. The total number of contacts with FP in daytime is about 38.4 million, with out of hours service about 2.9 million, and with specialized service about 8.8 million. Details for the total population and for the two groups of cancer patients will be presented at the conference, and their implications will be discussed.                Conclusions: This project will give insight into the extent to which patients who have recently undergone treatment and patients in the survivorship phase of cancer use different parts of the health care system, and how much they use FP.Information about this will enable us to discuss the need for shared care, integrated care and information exchange and create a platform for further in-depth analysis of needed assessment and quality of care.

AB - Aims: We know that in Denmark some 90% of citizens have contact with family practice (FP) during a year and around 40% has contact with secondary care.  This demands efforts to create integrated and shared care. The aim of this study is to document the pattern of contacts with FP among patients recently diagnosed with cancer and among previous cancer patients.Materials and methods:In a nationwide database in Denmark (population 5.5 million) all contacts to the health care system are registered.We describe the pattern of contact with all parts of the health care system for a) the total population b) about 33,000 patients diagnosed with cancer in 2007, and c) about 220,000 patients living with a previous diagnosis of cancer.        Results: Data for the total population is known. The total number of contacts with FP in daytime is about 38.4 million, with out of hours service about 2.9 million, and with specialized service about 8.8 million. Details for the total population and for the two groups of cancer patients will be presented at the conference, and their implications will be discussed.                Conclusions: This project will give insight into the extent to which patients who have recently undergone treatment and patients in the survivorship phase of cancer use different parts of the health care system, and how much they use FP.Information about this will enable us to discuss the need for shared care, integrated care and information exchange and create a platform for further in-depth analysis of needed assessment and quality of care.

KW - Cancer patients, Family practice, Quality assessment

M3 - Poster

Y2 - 19 May 2010 through 23 May 2010

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