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Family Medicine & Primary Care Review
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vol. 19


Donata Kurpas

Online publish date: 2017/12/08
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This issue of Family Medicine & Primary Care Review is the consummation of all our labor in 2017. Family medicine now seen as the basis of the healthcare system, and is certainly a healthcare specialty and a subject of scientific research that possesses its own body of evidence-based practice, educational content, research activity, and clinical activity aimed at primary care. Yet the modern healthcare system involves versatility, coordination, and cooperation between specialists in family medicine and those from other fields; it also seeks to extend patient engagement and empowerment. Being a result of cooperation between family doctors and experts in other disciplines, this issue is the best example of this. It is our hope that it will support you, our readers, in your research, while also providing practical information on everyday diagnosis and treatment. We are very happy to inform our authors that our publications have been indexed and abstracted in the ESCI (Emerging Sources Citation Index, Thomson Reuters) and EBSCO databases since 2016.
The present issue starts off with an original paper on general practitioners’ level of knowledge of their rights and criminal liabilities under Turkish legislation. Next, we present articles on academics’ knowledge of periodic health examinations; the association of vitamin D deficiency with metabolic disorders in elderly patients; characteristics, types, and causes of chest pain in an urban family practice secondary care center in South India; challenges in horizontal integration of eye-care services into the pre-existing rural primary care structure; the impact of muscle tone on the development of auditory perception; discrepancies in the occurrence of metabolic disturbances related to gender among young people; the efficacy of fathers’ attachment training on paternal–fetal attachment and parental anxiety; a psychological profile of female students with a tendency to anorexia nervosa; emotional intelligence, attachment styles, and medical education; saucerization versus dissection on the repair of vesicovaginal fistulae; polypharmacy, medication adherence, and medication management at home in elderly patients with multiple noncommunicable diseases in Thai primary care; prepregnancy BMI and intake of energy and calcium are associated with...

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