Internationale Publikationen rund um ICPC-2

  • The coming of age of ICPC: celebrating the 21st birthday of the International Classification of Primary Care;  J-K. Soler, Family Practice Advance Access published on 17 June 2008 --> PDF

  • The interpretation of the reasons for encounter ‘cough’ and ‘sadness’ in four international family medicine populations; J-K. Soler, Informatics in Primary Care 2012;20:00–00 -->  PDF

  • An international comparative family medicine study of the Transition project data from the Netherlands, Malta and Serbia. Is family medicine an international discipline? Comparing diagnostic odds ratios across populations; J-K. Soler, Family Practice 2011; 0:1–16  --> PDF

  • Reasons for encounter and symptom diagnoses: a superior description of patients’ problems in contrast to medically unexplained symptoms (MUS); J-K. Soler et al, Family Practice 2011; 0:1–11  --> PDF

  • An international comparative family medicine study of the Transition Project data from the Netherlands, Malta, Japan and Serbia. An analysis of diagnostic odds ratios aggregated across age bands, years of observation and individual practicesJ-K. Soler et al, Family Practice 2011; 0:1–17  --> PDF

  • An international comparative family medicine study of the Transition Project data from the Netherlands, Malta and Serbia. Is family medicine an international discipline? Comparing incidence and prevalence rates of reasons for encounter and diagnostic titles of episodes of care across populations; J-K. Soler et al, Family Practice 2011; 0:1–16  --> PDF