Quality in Primary Care

About Quality in Primary Care

Impact factor: 3.4*
Google Scholar h5 index: 15

Quality in Primary Care is an international peer reviewed journal for those researching, teaching or practising in the fields of quality improvement, clinical governance or clinical audit related to primary and prehospital care. The journal is concerned with all aspects of quality and quality improvement in primary and prehospital care and the interfaces between primary, secondary and social care. We publish high-quality original research that advances knowledge on these topics generalisable to other settings and countries and from other disciplines related to medicine, including nursing, practice management, professions allied to medicine and social science.

The journal is supported by a strong Editorial Board which includes colleagues from the United Kingdom, United States, Europe and Australia. Quality in Primary Care is affiliated with the International Federation of Primary Care Research Networks,North American Primary Care Research Group and the Australian Primary Health Care Institute.

Innovative primary care

The main focus of primary health care was the diagnosis and treatment of patients. When people presented with a medical problem, it was targeted for appropriate course of action for treatment or management. Significant increase in lifestyle and cultural change, early identification of risk factors and prevention initiatives are now a part of everyday practice. Practitioners are encouraged to embrace innovation within their practice to further escalate the treatment process and improve patient outcomes. Electronic modes of communication, education and training are now commonplace in Innovative primary care.

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Health Care : Current Reviews Journal, Health Systems and Policy Research Journal, Primary Health Care Journal,The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation, Informatics in Primary Care, Quality in Primary Care, Primary Care Case Reviews, Education for Primary Care, primary journals, primary health care journals.

Primary care optometry

Primary care Optometry is a division of medical sciences mainly deals with eye. In order to check for vision problems and fixing of contact lenses. The primary care optometry combines diagnosis and managing of eye diseases. The increased cases of chronic diseases like diabetes are the parallel cause for vision problems. The care involves identification of related systemic conditions affecting eye and treat with pharmaceutical agent. Elderly populations of baby boomers are the target sector for primary care optometry.

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Primary care psychology

Psychological issues during primary care visits are consulted by primary care psychology person. However, few patients will follow through with behavioural health issues for diagnosis. Integrating psychology and mental health professionals into primary care has emerged as an improved access to potential use of mental health services. World of the primary care medical team strives for rationale integration or collaboration barriers for beneficial practices in primary care psychology.

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Psychological Abnormalities Journal, Behavioural Psychology Journal, Depression and Anxiety Journal, Psychiatry Journal, Primary Care and Community Psychiatry, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Annual Review of Psychology, Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Journal of Educational Psychology, Health Psychology, Journal of Family Psychology, quality in health care journals, quality care in health care, health care journal,international journal of quality in health care.

Regional primary care

The Regional primary care deals with higher ratio of medical specialists to population, the higher the spending in geographical areas because the more people see specialists rather than primary care physicians. Higher spending areas prevent illness and quality care. Hence equity and systematic potential difference is one of the key factors in regional primary care and thus thrive globally for improved health and for more equitable distributions.

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Primary Health Care Journal, Community Medicine Journal, Health Systems and Policy Research Journal, Primary Care - Clinics in Office Practice, London Journal of Primary Care, Education for Primary Care, Informatics in Primary Care, Primary Care Case Reviews, health care management journals, health care management review journal, health education journals.

Advanced concepts in primary care

Advanced primary care is essential practical and socially acceptable method for individuals and families .Components of this chain include food supply, nutrition, water, sanitation, immunization and treatment

• In order to improve health equity (universal health insurance coverage)

• Service delivery firms act as people centred unique health system

• To make health authorities more reliable

• Promotional activities to protect health in communities

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Health Systems and Policy Research Journal, Primary Health Care Journal, Family Medicine & Medical Science Research Journal, Health Care : Current Reviews Journal, Primary Care - Clinics in Office Practice, Primary Care Psychiatry, Primary Care Update for Ob/Gyns, Family Medicine and Primary Care Review, Primary Care Mental Health, primary health services, journal of health management, health management journals, professional health journals.

Primary care cancer

Primary care for cancer play an important role in caring for cancer survivors, the researchers still struggle hard in managing issues related to cancer survivorship. The role of PCPs in cancer care includes, with respect to oncologists, and identifies factors explaining greater PCP involvement in cancer care. Over 90% of PCPs fulfilled general medical care roles involve with such as managing comorbid conditions, chronic pain, or depression; establishing do-not-resuscitate status; and referring patients to hospice. In this case Oncologists were less involved in these roles. Determining the treatment preferences of individual patients and deciding on the use of surgery.

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Cancer Case Reports Journal,Cancer Medicine Journal, Cancer Prevention Journal, Cancer Surgery Journal, Clinical Oncology Journal, European Journal of Cancer Care, Nature Reviews Cancer, Cancer Research, International Journal of Cancer, British Journal of Cancer, Cancer Control, , journal of health care management, health care management articles, quality in management health care journal, peer reviewed health care journals.

Sports medicines

Sports medicine popularly known as Sport and exercise medicine .Doctors here are specialist physicians who have completed graduation in appropriate residency training and then specialize in sports medicine. It may also be considered as a sub-specialty such as physiatry or orthopedic surgery. The different approaches reflect the medical culture in various countries. Mainly deals with treatment of athletes and other physically active individuals, sports and exercise medicine. Physicians in Sports medicine have extensive education in musculoskeletal medicine.

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Journal of Sports Medicine & Doping Studies, Physical Medicine Journal, American Journal of Sports Medicine, International Journal of Sports Medicine, Research in Sports Medicine, Operative Techniques in Sports Medicine, Clinics in Sports Medicine, primary journals, primary health care journals, primary care nursing journal, primary care journals list, professional health care journals.

Primary care internal medicine

Primary care internal medicine is a science where we apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness. Internists are people equipped to deal with whatever problem a patient brings -- no matter how common or rare, or how simple or complex. They are specially trained to solve puzzling diagnostic problems and can handle severe chronic illnesses and situations where several different illnesses may strike at the same time. They also bring to patients an understanding of wellness (disease prevention and the promotion of health.

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Internal Medicine: Open Access, Emergency Medicine: Open Access, Family Medicine & Medical Science Research, General Medicine: Open Access, Journal of General Practice, Journal of General Internal Medicine, Journal of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine, Advances in Internal Medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine, Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine, quality in health care journals, quality care in health care, health care journal,international journal of quality in health care.

Primary care clinic management

This Primary care clinic management in reality introduces a new chronic disease paradigm. This includes patient-professional partnership, involving collaborative care and self-management education. Primary care clinic management education complements traditional patient education in supporting patients to live the best possible quality life with building resistance to their chronic condition. Traditional patient education in contrast offers information and technical skills, self-management education teaches problem-solving skills. Finally the central concept in self-management is self-efficacy—confidence to carry out a behavior in order to reach a desired goal. Primary care clinic management is enhanced program to make patients succeed in solving patient-identified problems.

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Journal of Clinical Case Reports, Clinical Pharmacology Journals, Clinical Trials Journals, Clnical Pathology , Primary Care Respiratory Journal, Primary Care Diabetes, Work Based Learning in Primary Care, Primary Care Mental Health, London Journal of Primary Care, , health care management journals, health care management review journal, health education journals.

Primary care medicines

Primary care medicine is defined as primary care of integrated, accessible health care services by clinicians and practioner who are accountable for addressing a large majority of healthcare needs. In deed they develop a sustained partnership with patients, and practicing in the context of family and community. The care mainly includes patient–clinician relationship, over the time and predicated on the development the primary care medicine turned out as a context, and an integrated delivery system.

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Family Medicine & Medical Science Research Journal, Health Care : Current Reviews Journal, Health Systems and Policy Research Journal, Primary Health Care Journal, Journal of Natural Medicines, Chinese Journal of Natural Medicines, Indian Journal of Indigenous Medicines, African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines, Journal of Generic Medicines, primary health services, journal of health management, health management journals, professional health journals.

Primary eye care

Primary eye care is one of the vital components in primary health care and it includes the advancement and promotion of eye health care, the prevention that may lead to visual loss, and treatment of conditions that may lead to visual impairment as well as the restoration of those who are already blind. Ophthalmologists are trained specifically to provide these services because their medical education provides a thorough understanding of systemic disorders with ocular manifestations, pathology and disease processes, as well as skills and experience in medical decision-making. Primary eye care provides diagnosis and treatment of most eye conditions, helps referral to specialists and maintains coordination with other aspects of medical care.

Related journals of Primary eye care:

Primary Health Care Journal,Health Systems and Policy Research Journal, Health Care : Current Reviews Journal, Evidence-Based Eye Care, Experimental Eye Research, Current Eye Research, Journal of Community Eye Health, International Eye Science, Eye, journal of health care management, health care management articles, quality in management health care journal.

Comprehensive primary care

Comprehensive Primary Health Care (CPHC) is a framework conceived as a global strategy to reduce inequities in health between and within nations and emphasising community action. Comprehensive primary health care helps in identification and response to social factors which mainly influence health which in turn impact on the key determinants of health. Comprehensive Primary Health care is an approach to health care that highlights social justice, equity, community control and social change. The emphasis is on identifying, intervening or managing factors that generate ill health not on intervention and treatment of health conditions. It includes but is not limited to health promotion, education, early detection and intervention, treatment of acute episodes and ongoing management of chronic conditions.

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Health Systems and Policy Research Journal, Primary Health Care Journal, Health Care : Current Reviews Journal, Informatics in Primary Care, Education for Primary Care, London Journal of Primary Care, Work Based Learning in Primary Care, Primary Care Case Reviews, peer reviewed health care journals, primary journals, primary health care journals.

*Unofficial 2015 Impact Factor was established by dividing the number of articles published in 2013 and 2014 with the number of times they are cited in 2015 based on Google search and the Scholar Citation Index database. If 'X' is the total number of articles published in 2013 and 2014, and 'Y' is the number of times these articles were cited in indexed journals during 2015 then, impact factor = Y/X