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Barbara Starfield

Mikkel Vass

Linn Getz

Martin Marshall


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Thursday 14 May 2009 - 10.45-12.15

Session room 1

OP01.1 Referrals from general practice in Denmark - a one-day registration
Anders Munck (DENMARK), K Møller Pedersen, J Damsgaard, L Poulsen, P Vedsted, D Gilså Hansen

OP01.2 Developing general practice: The role of the APO method
Eva Lena Strandberg (SWEDEN)   

OP01.3 Implementation of local guideline by interactive workshop improves anticoagulation therapy and patient safety
Jaana Puhakka (FINLAND), I Suvanto, R Sipilä 

OP01.4 Do cancer patients’ symptoms influence the pattern of delay?
Rikke Pilegaard Hansen (DENMARK), P Vedsted, I Sokolowski, F Olesen 

OP01.5 Diagnostic delay in cancer in primary health care – before and after the introduction of urgent suspected cancer referrals
Mette Bach Larsen (DENMARK), P Vedsted, D Gilså Hansen, F Olesen

Session room 2

OP02.1 Attitudes and reactions among general practitioners to a new set-up for the management of patients with diabetes
Søren Torkil Svenstrup (DENMARK), MS Andersen, S Rygner, J Damsgaard

OP02.2 6-year vision loss in patients newly diagnosed with clinical type 2 diabetes. What can the patients expect?
Niels de Fine Olivarius (DENMARK), V Siersma, GJ Almind, NV Nielsen

OP02.3 Changes in levels of haemoglobin A1c during the first 6 years after diagnosis of clinical type 2 diabetes. Clinical implications.
Niels de Fine Olivarius (DENMARK), V Siersma, LJ Hansen, T Drivsholm, M Hørder

OP02.4 16-year excess all-cause mortality of newly diagnosed type 2 diabetic patients
Lars J Hansen (DENMARK), N de Fine Olivarius, V Siersma

Session room 8

S01 Are patients with chronic diseases a new challenge to general practice?
Dorte Ejg Jarbøl (DENMARK), LM Begtrup, KK Larsen, J Lykkegaard, L Ledderer, J Søndergaard

Session room 9

S02 News in respiratory diseases
Thomas Gorlén (DENMARK), M Lindbæk, M Lindbæk 2, L Bjerrum, G Moth, M Stubbe Østergaard, S Brorson, AD Guassora 

Session room 10

S03 The Nordic Maturity Matrix experience
Tina Eriksson (DENMARK), AGK Edwards, L Tapp, J Thesen, L Løgstrup, A Adele 

Session room 11

W01 Primary Care and prevention
Susanne Reventlow & Roar Maagaard (DENMARK), B Starfield

Session room 12

W02 The practice consultant system (Praksiskonsulentordningen PKO) a tool for better cooperation and communication between general practice and secondary care
Olav Thorsen (NORWAY), J Rubak, S Thyrberg 

Session room 13

W03 Lægehåndbogen/NEL; the GP’s website for updated clinical information
Hans Christian Kjeldsen (DENMARK), F Klamer, A Damgaard, BL Ravn, T Johannessen, I Løge

Session room 14 

W04 Motivational interviewing – a promising intervention for lifestyle changes in general practice
Thomas Mildestvedt (NORWAY), E Meland 

Session room 15

W05 Publishing for the future: Tricks for authors and readers. The Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care Systems
Jakob Kragstrup (DENMARK), A Bærheim, A Håkansson, J Sigurdsson, H Varonen, P Vedsted, D MacAuley
 


Thursday 14 May 2009 - 13.30 - 15.00

Session room 1

OP03.1 What kind of support do general practitioners want while developing the structure in their own practice?
Holger Rasmussen (DENMARK), LG Johansen

OP03.2 Health care providers back pain beliefs unaffected by a media campaign
Erik L Werner (NORWAY), DP Gross, SA Lie, C Ihlebæk

OP03.3 Challenges and problems young doctors face in health centers
Juhani Jaaskelainen (FINLAND), I Virjo

OP03.4 Financing health care system and the role of capitation in the Serbian context
Olivera Cirkovic (SERBIA), M Prostran, M Jecmenica, G Markovic

OP03.5 Strengthening center for prevention in primary health care center ‘Zemun’
Olivera Cirkovic (SERBIA), M Prostran, M Jecmenica, G Markovic

OP03.6 A systematic review of 4 injection therapies for lateral epicondylosis
David Rabago (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA), T Best, A Zgierska, E Zeisig, M Ryan, D Crane

Session room 2

OP04.1 Hypertension in general practice – an APO-audit
Jens Damsgaard (DENMARK), P Schultz-Larsen, L Reuther, L Poulsen, D Gilså Hansen, J Søndergaard, M Andersen, A Munck

OP04.2 Use and effect of different combined medications of hypertension in Finnish PHC
Pertti Soveri (FINLAND), K Winell

OP04.3 Does the weight history of patients with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes influence the weight changes after diabetes diagnosis?
Niels de Fine Olivarius (DENMARK), V Siersma, FB Waldorff

OP04.4 Predictors of 5-year mortality of 1,323 patients newly diagnosed with clinical type 2 diabetes in general practice
Niels de Fine Olivarius (DENMARK), V Siersma, ABS Nielsen, LJ Hansen, L Rosenvinge, CE Mogensen

OP04.5 The effect of GPs’ seminar attendance on the treatment of their patients with diabetes
Volkert Siersma (DENMARK), N de Fine Olivarius

OP04.6 End-of-life care in a physician’s work in Finnish health centres
Elise Kosunen (FINLAND), K Hautala, A Fält, H Hinkka, U-K Lammi, P-L Kellokumpu-Lehtinena

Session room 8

S04 Does the health care system induce harm? Reflections from general practice
John Brodersen (DENMARK), L Englund, L Getz, P Halvorsen, I Hetlevik, B Hovelius, L Hvas, E Meland, J Sigurdsson, A Stavdal, G Sjönell

Session room 9

S05 Improving the health in persons with type 2 diabetes – results from intervention studies targeting patients, practice staff and GPs with focus on implementation challenges
Annelli Sandbæk (DENMARK), Annelli Sandbæk-2, H Terkildsen, M Jeppesen, L Juul, T Guldberg, T Guldberg-2

Session room 10

W06 A Danish “model” for quality improvement in general practice – keeping the balance?
Tina Eriksson (DENMARK), S Friborg, L Grosen

Session room 11

W07 Do you vote for penicillin? Workshop on respiratory tract infections
Ulf Eriksson (SWEDEN), A Munck, D Gilså Hansen, EL Strandberg, L Bjerrum, S Mölstad

Session room 12

S06 Hjem til Babel – Babel revisited. Do we need our nordic professional languages?
Elisabeth Swensen (NORWAY), D Gannik, I Heath, C Haug

Session room 13

W08 GP trainee: future gatekeeper or advisor? What is your identity?
Thomas Hansen (DENMARK), KK Larsen, HI Kise, M Rimmen

Session room 14

OP05.1 The risk-drinking project – an effective approach to achieve changes in your patients’ habits of drinking alcohol
Åsa Wetterqvist (SWEDEN), S Wåhlin

OP05.2 When state-of-the-art medical technologies for prevention of life style related harm meets everyday general practice
Anders Beich (DENMARK)

OP05.3 Strengthening the patients’ power to implement life style changes
Liv Tveit Walseth (NORWAY)

OP05.4 Self-reported cognitive and emotional effects and life style changes shortly after preventive cardiovascular consultations in general practice
Dea Kehler (DENMARK), M Bondo Christensen, M Bech Risør, T Lauritzen, B Christensen

Session room 15

S07 How to increase knowledge of reason for encounter and activities in general practice
Peter Vedsted (DENMARK), M Rosendal, M Trøllund Rask, G Moth


Thursday 14 May 2009 - 15.30 - 17.00

Session room 1

OP06.1 Nurse practitioners substituting for general practitioners in the care for patients with common complaints; a randomised controlled trial
Angelique Dierick – van Daele (NETHERLANDS), J Metsemakers, L Steuten, E Derckx, C Spreeuwenberg, B Vrijhoef

OP06.2 Arctic nurses in Greenland: triage and treatment
Dorte Gilså Hansen (DENMARK), JO Veje, E Skifte, AB Kjeldsen, A Munck

OP06.3 Patients’ use of and preferences for a practice homepage – how to improve service and access?
Cathrine Dyrskov (DENMARK), P Vedsted, P Kallestrup, R Maagaard, TE Jakobsen, J-K Poulsen

OP06.4 Development of a homepage in general practice based on patient feedback
Jens-Kristian Poulsen (DENMARK), TE Jakobsen, P Vedsted, P Kallestrup, R Maagaard, C Dyrskov

Session room 2

OP07.1 Increasing sales of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors is closely related to increasing number of products on the market
Margrethe Nielsen (DENMARK), PC Gøtzsche

OP07.2 Benzodiazepine reduction in general practice – it’s easy!
Viggo Kragh Jørgensen (DENMARK), Viggo Kragh Jørgensen-2

OP07.3 Clinical trails sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry in Norwegian general practice
Kaspar Buus Jensen (NORWAY), J Straand

Session room 8

S08 Epidemiology in general practice – the Nordic paradise
Mogens Vestergaard (DENMARK), H Schroll, M Andersen, C Obel

Session room 09

S09 The different faces of type 2 diabetes. Shifting attention in diagnosis and treatment
Niels de Fine Olivarius (DENMARK), AK Jenum, A Thi Tran, K Winell, PE Wändell, S Jansson, PE Heldgaard, LJ Hansen, H Lohmann, T Drivsholm, V Siersma

Session room 10

S10 Organisation and change in general practice
Thorkil Thorsen (DENMARK), M Kousgaard, AD Guassora, L Borgquis, R Dalsted, JS Andersen, D Gannik

Session room 11

W09 Ouch, my back hurts – this is how you can manage it!
Peter Silbye (DENMARK), P Holck, A Gravesen

Session room 12

W10 Quality improvement of managing COPD in general practice “How to make your own quality improvement programme” “How to implement guidelines”
Lill Moll Nielsen (DENMARK), T Hellebæk, SH Henrichsen, JS Jónsson, K Lisspers, A Østrem

Session room 13

W11 Sharing decisions and explaining risk reductions; should GPs use numbers?
Tina Eriksson (DENMARK), PA Halvorsen, I Sønbø Kristiansen, AGK Edwards

Session room 14

OP08.1 Health care and other threats against subjective health
Eivind Meland (NORWAY), H-J Breidablik, S Lydersen

OP08.2 “Couldn’t you have done just as well without the screening?” Qualitative study of benefits from a health screening
Karen-Dorthe Bach Nielsen (DENMARK)

OP08.3 Body size perception among Inuit women in Greenland: do obese women consider themselves obese?
Anni BS Nielsen (DENMARK), NK Larsen, P Bjerregaard

OP08.4 Pain as predictor for osteoarthritis in hand, hip and knee. A 10-year prospective population study
Bård Natvig (NORWAY), N Østerås, D Bruusgaard

Session room 15

S11 How stories can develop general practice
Lise Dyhr (DENMARK), C Tulinius, B Hølge-Hazelton, A Sonne Nielsen


Friday 15 May 2009 - 10.45-12.15

Session room 1

W12 Data capture of diabetes data in Danish General Practice – results after one year’s experience with automatic data collection and feed back
Henrik Schroll (DENMARK), S Friborg, L Grosen

Session room 2

W13 General Practice Unit, quality organisation as a dynamo to create regional development and improvement of quality in general practice
Jens Rubak (DENMARK), F Bro, P Ehlers

Session room 3

S12 Qualitative methods in theory and practice
Anette H Graungaard (DENMARK), K Malterud, A Davidsen, AD Guassora

Session room 8

S13 The future role of general practice in palliative care and bereavement
Peter Vedsted (DENMARK), B Aabom, BA Jespersen, T Brogaard, M-B Guldin, MA Neergaard, MA Neergaard-2

Session room 9

S14 How can we contribute to fight the overweight epidemic in general practice?
Carsten Obel-intro, Carsten Obel (DENMARK), TIA Sørensen, T Skovgaard, M Koch Aabel, C-E Flodmark

Session room 10

W14 The dynamic GP training: critical appraisal training ’in action’
Charlotte Tulinius (DENMARK), C Hermann, LJ Hansen, ABS Nielsen

Session room 11

W15 Theoretical education of specialist training in general practice
Paula Vainiomäki (FINLAND), M Thastum Vedsted, J Schramm

Session room 12

S15 Evidence-based information at invitation to breast cancer screening
John Brodersen (DENMARK), John Brodersen-2, P Gøtzsche, O Hartling, K Jørgensen

Session room 13

S16 Prescribing in general practice – how can we improve the quality of drug use?
Jens Søndergaard (DENMARK), M Andersen, B Christensen, A Halling, J Straand

Session room 14

OP09.1 General practice as a viable model for health care directed at severely marginalised substance-using homeless
Henrik Thiesen (DENMARK)

OP09.2 Counselling young immigrant women worried about problems related to the “protection of family honour” – the perspective of school nurses/counselors
Venus Alizadeh (SWEDEN), L Törnkvist, I Hylander

OP09.3 Number of musculoskeletal pain sites is an important dimension. Results from the Ullensaker study I
Dag Bruusgaard (NORWAY), B Natvig, C Ihlebæk, Y Kamaleri

OP09.4 Functional ability decreases with increasing number of
musculoskeletal pain sites. Results from the Ullensaker study II
Dag Bruusgaard (NORWAY), B Natvig, C Ihlebæk, Y Kamaleri

OP09.5 The multisymptom patient and the 'one syndrome hypothesis'. Results from the Ullensaker study III
Dag Bruusgaard (NORWAY), B Natvig, C Ihlebæk, Y Kamaleri

Session room 15

W16 Out-of-hours primary health care services in the Nordic countries – Vision 2015
Janecke Thesen (NORWAY), J Blinkenberg, GT Bondevik, J Kantonen, JL Reventlow, S Engström, OR Mortensen, TG Olafsson


Friday 15 May 2009 - 13.30 - 15.00

Session room 1

W17 Patient safety and adverse events in general practice
Torben Hellebek (DENMARK), P Simonsen, L Gehlert, J Rubak

Session room 2

NM01 Partners in Practice – establishing an international development programme of the Danish College of General Practice
Per Kallestrup (DENMARK)

Session room 3

W18 Working in general practice in the Nordic countries – exhibiting and discussing what it means to work in general practice in the Nordic countries
Charlotte Tulinius (DENMARK), P Stensland, CE Rudebeck, A Hibble

Session room 8

S17 Developing and evaluating complex interventions. What to caution?
Annelli Sandbæk (DENMARK), F Bro, Y de Boer, M Rosendal, H Terkelsen

Session room 9

S18 How can we prepare the future GP to cope with the complexity and uncertainty of a changing health care system?
Helena Galina Nielsen (DENMARK), M Torppa, K Fjeldsted, J Salinsky, AS Davidsen, D Kjeldmand, M Schie, J Nessa, H Kamps

Session room 10

S19 Rehabilitation of cancer patients and survivors: is general practice in or out?
Dorte Gilså Hansen (DENMARK), L Holm, M Thygesen, SH Bergholt, AD Guassora, R Dalsted, C Wulff, P Vedsted

Session room 11

S20 Educating GPs the Danish way, five years of experience
Niels Kristian Kjær (DENMARK), R Maagaard, E Mouritsen, J Isaksen, M Munk, S Wied, A Nielsen

Session room 12

W19 A framework of uncertainty in medical decision making
Laurel Austin (DENMARK), J Brodersen, S Reventlow, P Sandøe

Session room 13

S21 Equity in primary care? Challenges, differences and similiarities in the Nordic countries
Lise Dyhr (DENMARK), M Löfwander, S Kokko, A Kasemo, N Kolstrup, P Vedsted

Session room 14

S22 Challenges when communicating with children and their parents in general practice
Anette H Graungaard (DENMARK), R Ertman, K Lykke, M Hafting

Session room 15

W20 ‘Junkie’ in the emergency room – explorations with Forum Theatre
Janecke Thesen (NORWAY), MB Lyngstad


Friday 15 May 2009 - 15.30 - 17.00

Session room 1

OP10.1 Current European guidelines for management of arterial hypertension: are they adequate for use in primary care?
Halfdan Petursson (ICELAND), L Getz, J Sigurdsson, I Hetlevik

OP10.2 Increasing incidence of statin prescribing for the elderly without previous cardiovascular conditions. A nation wide register study
Helle Wallach Kildemoes (DENMARK), M Andersen

OP10.3 The European Heart SCORE system – a useful tool in practice?
Henrik Støvring (DENMARK), I Kristiansen

OP10.4 GPs’ decisions on statin therapies by number needed to treat (NNT)
Peder Andreas Halvorsen (NORWAY), T Wisløff, IS Kristiansen

OP10.5 Evaluating a PSA decision aid (Prosdex) for informed decisions: a web-based RCT
Adrian Edwards (UNITED KINGDOM), R Evans, N Joseph, R Newcombe, R Grol, P Wright, P Kinnersley, J Griffiths, M Jones, J Williams, G Elwyn

Session room 2
W21 Value based medicine in general practice
Jan-Helge Larsen (DENMARK), C Hedberg, A Beich

Session room 8

S23 Tracing depression among adolescents
Kaj Sparle Christensen (DENMARK), OR Haavet, M Sirpal, W Haugen

Session room 9

W22 Educational group leadership – the Nordic ways
Helena Galina Nielsen (DENMARK), K Prestegaard, P Prydz, HH Sørensen, M Munk

Session room 10

W23 Developing and evaluating complex interventions. What to caution?
Annelli Sandbæk (DENMARK), F Bro, Y de Boer

Session room 11

S24 Teach the teacher: Nordic experiences in pedagogical developments in a pregraduate medical curriculum in general practice
Merete Jørgensen (DENMARK), K Witt, K Holtedahl, G Nilsson

Session room 12

W24 Communicating test results: considering diagnostic and screening tests
Laurel Austin (DENMARK), V Siersma, H Lynge Jensen, J Brodersen

Session room 13
S25 Addiction and drug/alcohol abuse as a complex bio-psycho-social health problem – a challenge for primary health care
Ivar Skeie (NORWAY), D Haarr, B Hjerkinn, KB Kielland, TG Lid, H Sundby

Session room 14

OP11.1 The GALKER test; a speech reception in noise test for 3- to 6-year-old children
Jørgen Lous (DENMARK), E Galker

OP11.2 Sleep habits and sleep problems in the postmodern family. A study of children attending child day care center
Margareta Söderström (SWEDEN), K Ekelund, L Åström

OP11.3 Paracetamol for feverish children: parental motives and experiences.
Janne F Jensen (DENMARK), LL Tønnesen, M Söderström, H Thorsen, V Siersma

OP11.4 Grommet insertion in pre-school children
Ulf Schønsted-Madsen (DENMARK), L Jung, B Svendstrup, A Munck

Session room 15

OP12.1 Peer-based learning of communication and medical skills for nurses handling phone calls in out-of-hours primary health care services
Bjørnar Nyen (NORWAY), GT Bondevik, E Holm-Hansen, MK Foss

OP12.2 The epidemiology of out-of-hospital emergencies and GPs participation in Norway
Erik Zakariassen (NORWAY), S Hunskår

OP12.3 Experiences with a local emergency plan
Jesper Blinkenberg (NORWAY), S Hunskår

OP12.4 Are psychiatric emergency care patients in touch with their GP?
Ingrid H Johansen (NORWAY), T Morken, S Hunskaar

OP12.5 Activity in out-of-hours services in Norway in 2007
Elisabeth Holm Hansen (NORWAY), E Zakariassen, S Hunskaar

OP12.6 Low predictive value of mecillinam resistance in pivmecillinam therapy for most uropathogens but high selection of enterococci in lower UTI
Sven A Ferry (SWEDEN), SE Holm, BM Ferry, TJ Monsen

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