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Sore Throat.

Karen Krüger, Nicole Töpfner, Reinhard Berner, Jochen Windfuhr, Jan Hendrik Oltrogge,

<h4>Background</h4>Sore throat is a common reason for consultation of primary care physicians, pediatricians, and ENT specialists. The updated German clinical practice guideline on sore throat provides evidence-based recommendations for treatment in the German healthcare system.<h4>Methods</h4>Guideline revision by means of a systematic search of the literature for international guidelines and systematic ... Read more >>

Dtsch Arztebl Int (Deutsches Arzteblatt international)
[2021, 118(Forthcoming):]

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Referrals to secondary care in an outpatient primary care walk-in clinic for refugees in Germany: results from a secondary data analysis based on electronic medical records.

Ingmar Schäfer, Jan Hendrik Oltrogge, Susanne Pruskil, Claudia Mews, Dana Schlichting, Martin Jahnke, Hans-Otto Wagner, Dagmar Lühmann, Martin Scherer,

<h4>Objectives</h4>The aims of our study were to describe the disease spectrum of refugees, to analyse to what extent their healthcare needs could be met in an outpatient primary care walk-in clinic and which cases required additional services from secondary care (ie, outpatient specialists or hospitals).<h4>Design</h4>Retrospective longitudinal observational study.<h4>Setting</h4>The study was ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2020, 10(10):e035625]

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Episodes of care in a primary care walk-in clinic at a refugee camp in Germany - a retrospective data analysis.

Jan Hendrik Oltrogge, Ingmar Schäfer, Dana Schlichting, Martin Jahnke, Anja Rakebrandt, Susanne Pruskil, Hans-Otto Wagner, Dagmar Lühmann, Martin Scherer,

<h4>Background</h4>From 2015 to 2016 Germany faced an influx of 1.16 million asylum seekers. In the state of Hamburg Primary Care walk-in clinics (PCWC) were commissioned at refugee camps because the high number of residents (57,000 individuals) could not be provided with access to regular healthcare services. Our study aims were ... Read more >>

BMC Fam Pract (BMC family practice)
[2020, 21(1):193]

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