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Do People with Disabilities Have Difficulty Finding a Family Physician
Primary care has been ideally characterized as the medical home for all citizens, and yet recent data shows that approximately 6% do not have a family physician, and only 17.5% of family practices are open to new patients. ...
A Scoping Review of Psychological Interventions for PTSD in Military Personnel and Veterans
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has emerged as a key concern for military and veteran populations. This article describes what is being done programmatically and therapeutically to treat PTSD in military personnel ...
Primary Care of People with Spinal Cord Injury : Scoping Review
OBJECTIVE: To perform a scoping review of the empirical evidence between 1980 and 2009 regarding primary care for adults with spinal cord injury (SCI). DATA SOURCES: Peer-reviewed journals were searched from ...
A Comprehensive Framework and Key Guideline Recommendations for the Provision of Evidence-Based Breast Cancer Survivorship Care Within the Primary Care Setting
Background. Breast cancer survivors continue to experience physical and psychosocial health care needs post-treatment. Primary care involvement is increasing as cancer centres move forward with earlier discharge of stable ...
Actionable Nuggets: Knowledge Translation Tool for the Needs of Patients with Spinal Cord Injury
OBJECTIVE: To present the results of a pilot study of an innovative methodology for translating best evidence about spinal cord injury (SCI) for family practice.