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Towards an optimal composition of GPs and NPs in out-of-hours primary care teams: a quasi-experimental study
Juni 2017 | BMJ Open
Primary healthcare teams with a ratio of up to two GPs and two NPs provided sufficient capacity to provide care to all patients during weekend cover. Areas of concern are the number of consultations, delay in patient care and referrals to the emergency department. Read more.
Factors influencing decision of GP's and managers tot train and employ an NP or PA in primary care: a qualitatieve study
Februari 2017 | BMC Family Practice
This article provides insight into factors influencing the decision of GP's and managers to train and employ a PA of NP within their organisation. Read more.
The impact of substituting general practitioners with nurse practitioners on resource use, production and health-care costs during out-of-hours: a quasiexperimental study
September 2016 | BMC Family Practice
At a general practitioner cooperative experimental teams with 4 GP's and 1 NP were compared with control teams with 5 GP's. The results showed no significant differences in outcomes between teams. In the experimental team NP care resulted in lower resource use and cost savings than GP care. Read more.
Substitution of general practitioners by nurse practitioners in out-of-hours primary care: a quasi-experimental study
March 2016 │ Journal of Advanced Nursing
The results of this study show that NPs can have a valuable contribution to patient care during out-of-hours. The patients managed and care provided by NPs is roughly the same as GPs'. Read more.
The effectiveness of Nurse Practitioners working at a GP cooperative: a study protocol
Augustus 2012 │ BMC Family Practice
This study aims to assess the effects of substitution of care from general practitioners to nurse practitioners in an out-of-hours primary care setting. This study started in 2010 and ended in 2013. Read more.