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Ferdinando  Petrazzuoli

Dr Ferdinando Petrazzuoli ORCID logo

qualifications: Petrazzuoli

position: MD

department: SNAMID Caserta

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".


Articles contributed to by this person


Original Research 30 August 2021

The pros and cons of the implementation of a chronic care model in European rural primary care: the points of view of European rural general practitioners


Original Research 1 December 2013

Audit of cholesterol management among primary care patients in rural southern Italy


Original Research 13 September 2010

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?


Project Report 10 August 2016

INFORMEG, a new evaluation system for family medicine trainees: feasibility in an Italian rural setting

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