Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care

Papers
(The TQCC of Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Physicians’ experiences of video consultation with patients at a public virtual primary care clinic: a qualitative interview study32
Telemedicine consultations with physicians in Swedish primary care: a mixed methods study of users’ experiences and care patterns26
Effects of replacing PSA with Stockholm3 for diagnosis of clinically significant prostate cancer in a healthcare system – the Stavanger experience20
Core Values and Principles of Nordic General Practice/Family Medicine19
Long-COVID in patients with a history of mild or asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection: a Nationwide Cohort Study16
Suicide prevention training: self-perceived competence among primary healthcare professionals15
Challenges in early diagnosis of cancer: the fast track14
Not just an information-delivery tool. An ethnographic study exploring Danish GPs’ perspectives on and experiences with the relational potential of email consultation13
The association between diabetes and cognitive changes during aging13
“It’s up to me”: the experience of patients at high risk of cardiovascular disease of lifestyle change13
Text message-based lifestyle intervention in primary care patients with hypertension: a randomized controlled pilot trial11
A client-centered approach in home care for older persons – an integrative review11
‘Never change a winning team’: GPs’ perspectives on discontinuation of long-term antidepressants11
Non-specific symptoms and signs of cancer: different organisations of a cancer patient pathway in Denmark10
Construction and validation of a morbidity index based on the International Classification of Primary Care10
Motives for non-adherence to colonoscopy advice after a positive colorectal cancer screening test result: a qualitative study10
Increased knowledge makes a difference! – general practitioners’ experiences of pictorial information about subclinical atherosclerosis for primary prevention: an interview study from the VIPVIZA tria10
Unburdening dementia – a basic social process grounded theory based on a primary care physician survey from 25 countries9
Socioeconomic status affects achievement of blood pressure target in hypertension: contemporary results from the Swedish primary care cardiovascular database9
Elephant in the room - Family members´ perspectives on advance care planning9
Women’s experience with receiving advice on diet and Self-Monitoring of blood glucose for gestational diabetes mellitus: a qualitative study9
Tailored physical activity on prescription with follow-ups improved motivation and physical activity levels. A qualitative study of a 5-year Swedish primary care intervention9
A compulsory pop-up form reduces the number of vitamin D requests from general practitioners by 25 percent9
Psychosocial consequences of potential overdiagnosis in prostate cancer a qualitative interview study9
Our core values will endure8
Antibiotic prescribing in Danish general practice in the elderly population from 2010 to 20178
Defensive medicine in Danish general practice. Types of defensive actions and reasons for practicing defensively8
Patients want their doctors’ help to increase physical activity: a cross sectional study in general practice8
GP strategies to avoid imaging overuse. A qualitative study in Norwegian general practice8
Precipitating factors of heart failure decompensation, short-term morbidity and mortality in patients attended in primary care8
Phone triage nurses’ assessment of respiratory tract infections – the tightrope walk between gatekeeping and service providing. A qualitative study8
General practitioners’ self-reported competence in the management of sexual health issues – a web-based questionnaire study from Finland7
Quality improvement and antimicrobial stewardship in general practice – the role of the municipality chief medical officer. A qualitative study7
The Norwegian PraksisNett: a nationwide practice-based research network with a novel IT infrastructure7
Handheld transabdominal ultrasound, after limited training, may confirm first trimester viable intrauterine pregnancy: a prospective cohort study7
Experiences and management strategies of Norwegian GPs during the COVID-19 pandemic: a longitudinal interview study7
Association between recorded medication reviews in primary care and adequate drug treatment management – a cross-sectional study6
Prescribing antibiotics: the use of diagnostic tests in general practice. A register-based study6
Decision-making conversations for life-sustaining treatment with seriously ill patients using a Danish version of the US POLST: a qualitative study of patient and physician experiences6
Reproductive planning, vitamin knowledge and use, and lifestyle risks of women attending pregnancy care with a severe mental illness6
Selection bias in general practice research: analysis in a cohort of pregnant Danish women6
Clinical profile of rural community hospital inpatients in Sweden – a register study6
Implementation of healthcare accreditation in Danish general practice: a questionnaire study exploring general practitioners’ perspectives on external support6
Age-related differences in motives for contacting out-of-hours primary care: a cross-sectional questionnaire study in Denmark6
Antibiotic use in Australian and Swedish primary care: a cross-country comparison5
White-coat hypertension detected during opportunistic blood pressure screening in a dental healthcare setting5
Artificial intelligence in the GPs office: a retrospective study on diagnostic accuracy5
Experiences and views of Dutch general practitioners regarding physician-assisted death for patients suffering from severe mental illness: a mixed methods approach5
How to learn skilled communication in primary care MUS consultations: a focus group study5
Danish general practitioners’ management of patients with COPD: a nationwide survey5
Nasal saline irrigation: prescribing habits and attitudes of physicians and pharmacists5
Good communication was valued as more important than accessibility according to 707 Nordic primary care patients: a report from the QUALICOPC study5
Different antibiotic regimes in men diagnosed with lower urinary tract infection – a retrospective register-based study5
The feasibility and outcome of a community-based primary prevention program for cardiovascular disease in the 21st century5
Older patients’ experiences of access to and use of e-consultations with the general practitioner in Norway: an interview study5
Preventive effect of methenamine in women with recurrent urinary tract infections – a case–control study5
General practitioners’ experiences with children and adolescents with functional gastro-intestinal disorders: a qualitative study in Norway5
Facilitators and barriers in diagnosing rheumatoid arthritis as described by general practitioners: a Danish study based on focus group interviews5
Treating alcohol use disorders in primary care – a qualitative evaluation of a new innovation: the 15-method5
Organizational influences on the use of low-value care in primary health care – a qualitative interview study with physicians in Sweden5
Treatment of alcohol dependence in Swedish primary care: perceptions among general practitioners4
Diagnosing pancreatic cancer in general practice: a cross-sectional study on associations between suspicion of cancer, urgent referral and time to diagnosis4
Shared decision-making in general practice from a patient perspective. A cross-sectional survey4
Health care utilization related to the introduction of designated GPs at care homes in Denmark: a register-based study4
Direct access from general practice to transvaginal ultrasound for early detection of ovarian cancer: a feasibility study4
General practitioners’ willingness to participate in research networks in Germany4
In safe hands: a qualitative study on older adults’ experiences of a tailored primary health care unit4
Prescriptions of antibiotics in out-of-hours primary care setting in Reykjavik capital area4
Drug–disease interactions in Swedish senior primary care patients were dominated by non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs and hypertension – a population-based registry study4
Patient experiences with depression care in general practice: a qualitative questionnaire study4
A possible association between early life factors and burden of functional bowel symptoms in adulthood4
‘But there are so many referrals which are totally … only generating work and irritation’: a qualitative study of physicians’ and nurses’ experiences of work tasks in primary care in Sweden4
Cognitive and emotional reactions to pictorial-based risk communication on subclinical atherosclerosis: a qualitative study within the VIPVIZA trial4
Blood tests – too much of a good thing4
Forty-four-year longitudinal study of stroke incidence and risk factors – the Prospective Population Study of Women in Gothenburg4
Diagnostic workup of cancer in patients with new-onset anaemia: a Danish cohort study in general practice4
Management of child maltreatment suspicions in general practice: a mixed methods study4
Frailty assessment of older adults, first-time applicants of public home care service in Norway4
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