Urgent primary care

Publications: Urgent primary care

Denholm, R. E., Morris, R. W., Purdy, S. & Payne, R. A. Impact of emergency hospital admissions upon patterns of primary care prescribing: a retrospective cohort analysis of electronic records. British Journal of General Practice Open. 1 Jun 2020. 70, 695, p. e399-e405 7

Schofield B, Voss S, Proctor A, Benger J, Coates D, Kirby K, Purdy S, Booker M. Exploring how paramedics are deployed in general practice and the perceived benefits and drawbacks: a mixed-methods scoping study. BJGP Open. 2020 Jun 23;4(2):bjgpopen20X101037. doi: 10.3399/bjgpopen20X101037. PMID: 32398344; PMCID: PMC7330225.

Booker M and Voss S. (2019). Models of paramedic involvement in general practice. British Journal of General Practice, 69(687), 477-478. DOI: 10.3399/bjgp19X705605

Edwards PJ, Ridd MJ, Sanderson E, Barnes RK. Safety netting in routine primary care consultations: an observational study using video-recorded UK consultations. British Journal of General Practice 2019; 69 (689): e878-e886. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp19X706601.

Glogowska, M., Cramer, H., Purdy, S., Sarah, P. & Lasserson, D. Experiences of Ambulatory Care for Frail, Older People and Their Carers During Acute Illness: A Qualitative, Ethnographic Study. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association. 1 Oct 2019. 20, 10, p. 1344-1347.

Booker, M., Shaw, A. R. G., Purdy, S. & Barnes, R. ‘Primary care sensitive’ situations that result in an ambulance attendance: a Conversation Analytic study of UK emergency 999 call recordings. BMJ Open. Nov 2018. 8, 11, 15 p., e023727.