Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care

(The TQCC of Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
‘Having to learn this so late in our lives…’ Swedish elderly patients’ beliefs, experiences, attitudes and expectations of e-health in primary health care85
Participation bias in longitudinal studies: experience from the population study of women in Gothenburg, Sweden62
The prevalence of beta-haemolytic streptococci in throat specimens from healthy children and adults: Implications for the clinical value of throat cultures62
Validation of the Zung self-rating depression scale (SDS) in older adults60
Paraghurt for Patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome:A Controlled Clinical Investigation from General Practice54
Ethical dilemmas arising from implementation of the European guidelines on cardiovascular disease prevention in clinical practice A descriptive epidemiological study50
Cancer rehabilitation: Psychosocial rehabilitation needs after discharge from hospital?48
Considerations made by the general practitioner when dealing with sick-listing of patients suffering from subjective and composite health complaints42
Patients, diagnoses and processes in general practice in the Nordic countries.An attempt to make data from computerised medical records available for comparable statistics41
Pharmacologically inappropriate prescriptions for elderly patients in general practice: How common?41
Secular trends in cardiovascular risk factors with a 36-year perspective: Observations from 38- and 50-year-olds in the Population Study of Women in Gothenburg40
The prevalence of potential pathogenic bacteria in nasopharyngeal samples from healthy children and adults40
Facing suspected child abuse – what keeps Swedish general practitioners from reporting to child protective services?38
Symptom reduction due to psychosocial interventions is not accompanied by a reduction in sick leave: Results from a randomized controlled trial in primary care36
Prescribing systemic antibiotics in general practice: A report from the M re & Romsdal Prescription Study34
Systematic screening for urinary incontinence in older women: Who could benefit from it?34
Clinical indications for antibiotic use in Danish general practice: results from a nationwide electronic prescription database32
Smoking cessation in patients with diabetes mellitus: Results from a controlled study of an intervention programme in primary healthcare in Sweden32
Positive self-assessed general health in patients with medical problems A qualitative study from general practice29
Does the doctors' professional experience reduce referral rates? Evidence from the Finnish referral study27
From exercise and education to movement and interaction. Treatment groups in primary care for women with chronic muscular pain26
Symptom reporting in a general population in Norway: Results from the Ullensaker study26
The influence of sociodemographic characteristics on well-being and symptoms in a Swedish community: Results from a postal questionnaire survey24
Lifestyle changes after a health dialogue Results from the Live for Life health promotion programme23
Written communication from specialists to general practitioners in cancer care: What are the expectations and how are they met?23
How to diagnose and classify diabetes in primary health care: Lessons learned from the Diabetes Register in Northern Sweden (DiabNorth)23
Women’s perspectives on the management and consequences of hyperemesis gravidarum – a descriptive interview study23
Prescription of antibiotics for urinary tract infection in general practice in Denmark22
COPD patients need more information about self-management: a cross-sectional study in Swedish primary care21
Effects of preventive home visits on health-related quality-of-life and mortality in home-dwelling older adults21
Threats or violence from patients was associated with turnover intention among foreign-born GPs – a comparison of four workplace factors associated with attitudes of wanting to quit one’s job as a GP20
High blood pressure despite treatment: Results from a cross-sectional primary healthcare-based study in southern Sweden20
High frequency of primary hyperaldosteronism among hypertensive patients from a primary care area in Sweden19
Can the COPD web be used to promote self-management in patients with COPD in swedish primary care: a controlled pragmatic pilot trial with 3 month- and 12 month follow-up19
Psychosocial consequences of receiving false-positive colorectal cancer screening results: a qualitative study19
Differences in medical services in Nordic general practice: a comparative survey from the QUALICOPC study18
From teaching to learning: Experiences of small CME group work in general practice in Sweden18
Association between chronic widespread musculoskeletal complaints and thyroid autoimmunity: Results from a community survey17
‘We have no crystal ball’ - advance care planning at nursing homes from the perspective of nurses and physicians17
Frequent attenders in general practice: A study from slovenia17
‘I’ve put diabetes completely on the shelf till the mental stuff is in place’. How patients with doctor-assessed impaired self-care perceive disease, self-care, and support from general practitioners.17
Relationship based care – how general practice developed and why it is undermined within contemporary healthcare systems17
Whiplash injuries from car accidents in a Swedish middle-sized town during 1993-9516
Determinants of sickness absence rate among Finnish municipal employees16
When doctors experience their vulnerability as beneficial for the patients15
Collection and retrieval of structured clinical data from electronic patient records in general practice A first-phase study to create a health care database for research and quality assessment15
Patient satisfaction and design of treatment: Results from a study of two different ways of treating hypertension15
Generalised anxiety disorder symptoms and utilisation of health care services. A cross-sectional study from the “Northern Finland 1966 Birth Cohort”15
Outcomes of referrals from general practice15
Consultation with the general practitioner triggered by advice from social network members14
Management of acute maxillary sinusitis in Finnish primary care Results from the nationwide MIKSTRA study14
Care by general practitioners and district nurses of patients receiving home nursing: a study from suburban Stockholm14
The profiles of health care utilization among a non-depressed population and patients with depressive symptoms with and without clinical depression13
Drug prescribing during direct and indirect contacts with patients in general practice: A report from the Møre & Romsdal Prescription Study13
Quality of out-of-hours telephone triage by general practitioners and nurses: development and testing of the AQTT – an assessment tool measuring communication, patient safety and efficiency13
Time for a "vision zero" concerning premature death from ischaemic heart disease?13
Predictors for referral to physiotherapy from general practice13
From a medical consultation to a written text:1. Transcribing the doctor-patient dialogue13