Publikationen national

The FIRE project – A milestone for research in primary care in Switzerland Chmiel C, Bhend H, Senn O, Zoller M, Rosemann T Swiss Med Wkly 2011; 140:w13142.

The FIRE project – Improving the quality of morbidity indicators in electronic health records in Swiss primary care Busato A, Bhend H, Chmiel C, Tandjung R, Senna O, Zoller M, Rosemann T Swiss Med Wkly 2012; 142:w13611

Age- and gender-related prevalence of multimorbidity in primary care: the swiss fire project
Rizza A, Kaplan V, Senn O, Rosemann T, Bhend H, Tandjung R, on behalf of the FIRE study group BMC Family Practice 2012, 13:113.

Prevalence of chronic medical conditions in Switzerland: exploring estimates validity by comparing complementary data sources
Zellweger U, Bopp M, Holzer B, Djalali S, Kaplan V BMC Public Health 2014, 14:1157

General Practitioners’ vitamin K antagonist monitoring is associated with better blood pressure control in patients with hypertension – a cross-sectional database study
Streit S, Kaplan V, Busato A, Djalali S, Senn O, Meli DN and the FIRE study group BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 2015; 15:47; DOI 10.1186/s12872-015-0053-x.

Anticoagulation Control in Swiss Primary Care: Time in Therapeutic Range Percentages Exceed Benchmarks of Phase III Trials
Djalali S, Valeri F, Gerber B, Meli DN, Senn O., Clin Appl Thromb Hemost. 2016 Apr 6. pii: 1076029616642514. [Epub ahead of print]

The impact of an individualized risk-adjusted approach on hypertension treatment in primary care – Stefan Zechmann, Oliver Senn, Fabio Valeri, Stefan Neuner-Jehle, Thomas Rosemann, Sima Djalali and the FIRE study group

Prevalence of chronic medical conditions in Switzerland: exploring estimates validity by comparing complementary data sources
Zellweger U, Bopp M, Holzer B, Djalali S, Kaplan V BMC Public Health 2014, 14:1157