Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Quality of care for hypertensive patients with type 2 diabetes in a rural area of Southern Italy: is the recording of patient data and the achievement of quality indicators targets satisfactory?

Ferdinando  Petrazzuoli

Dr Ferdinando Petrazzuoli

qualifications: MSc

contribution: original concept

position: President

Italy

Since 2001, I have presented many posters and papers, and organized workshops at EGPRN and WONCA conferences. Favourite research subjects: cardiovascular disease, the phenomenon of Frequent Attenders/Difficult Patients in General Practice and the GPs Burnout Syndrome. Organizer of the International Course on Research in Primary Health Care Telese Terme (BN) Italy 23 -24 July 2005. Since February 2008 EGPRN Italian National Representative and member of the EGPRN Council. Master of Science in Primary Care & General Practice University of Ulster June 2008. Responsible of the organization of the 68th Conference of European General Practice Research Network in Bertinoro Italy May 2009 . Theme of the conference "Data analysis of Electronic Patient Record Databases in General Practice".


Jean Karl   Soler

Jean Karl Soler

qualifications: MSc

contribution: supervised data collection

position: Coordinator

Malta


Nicola  Buono

Dr Nicola Buono

qualifications: MD

contribution: statistical analysis

position: Secretary

Italy


Frank  Dobbs

Frank Dobbs

qualifications: PhD

contribution: designed the project

position: Director

United Kingdom

Director of the Institute of Postgraduate Medicine and Primary Care, University of Ulster Research Interests: Diagnosis using probability scores (Streptococcal Sore Throat, Urinary Tract Infection - UTI, Sinusitis, Appendicitis, Bacterial Vaginosis). Screening for Down syndrome Quality of Care for Diabetes Primary Care Organisation Obstructive Sleep Apnoea


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