Factors influencing the use of clinical guidelines by general practitioners working in a setting of complex multimorbidity: a case study by interviews

Factors influencing the use of clinical guidelines by general practitioners working in a setting of complex multimorbidity: a case study by interviews Journal Article

BMC Family Practice

  • Author(s): Jones, Jeremy A., Reeve, Carole A.
  • Published: 2018
  • Volume: 19
  • ISBN: 1471-2296

Abstract: The Central Australian Remote Practitioners Association Standard Treatment Manual (CARPA) contains protocols for primary health care in remote Central Australia. This context stands in stark contrast to the mainstream settings in Australia and features an Aboriginal population with very poor health status, powerful social determinants of health, geographical isolation and high turnover of health practitioners. The manual consolidates the core elements of national guidelines, particularly as they pertain to Aboriginal health care, into a single document. The aim of this study is to explore factors that promote or impede the use of CARPA by general practitioners (GPs) in Central Australia, with a particular focus on chronic disease management.

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Jones, Jeremy A., Reeve, Carole A., 2018, Factors influencing the use of clinical guidelines by general practitioners working in a setting of complex multimorbidity: a case study by interviews, Volume:19, Journal Article, viewed 15 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=13643.

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