- Attila Altiner, Rostock University
- Carolyn Chew-Graham, Keele University
- Norbert Donner-Banzhoff, University of Marburg
- Mark Harris, University of New South Wales
- Christos Lionis, University of Crete
- Brian McKinstry, Edinburgh University
- Harm van Marwijk, VU University Medical Centre
- Elaine Zhang, BioMed Central
A mixed methods study of British South Asian patients suggests that better understanding of the contextual determinants of behavior could facilitate development of appropriate interventions to modify diabetes-related illness beliefs and support self-management.
A qualitative focus group study of the experience of nurses and physicians highlights the potential for the development of improved organizational strategies to protect emergency primary care personnel from workplace violence.
BMC Family Practice 2015, 16:67
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