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. This has resulted in a particularly low health status and high incidence and prevalence of a number of diseases among the Roma population (1 - 3) . This position paper is exploratory in character. Selected experts and practitioners contributed to it. The procedure to collect information on what was actually happening on the primary care level was through workshops at various conferences in Barcelona, Vienna and Istanbul. During workshops, drafts of the paper were discussed, which led to content additions and revisions. Representatives from Slovenia, Bulgaria and

, Kringos DS. Evaluation of structure and provision of primary care in Serbia. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2010: 33-36. 5. Health Statistical Yearbook 2005 of Montenegro: health workers and associates with higher education in public health institutions in outpatient health care in the Republic of Montenegro in 2005. Podgorica: Institute of Public Health, 2007: 111. 6. Master Plan Development of Health Care System in Montenegro for the period 2005-2010, Ministry of Health of Montenegro. Available May 10, 2008 from: http

numerous tools that can also be applied to the elderly ( 10 , 11 ). Frailty assessment thus provides a theoretical framework that primary care physicians can use to develop a comprehensive approach to assessing and treating elderly patients with complex multimorbidity in a simple and structured way ( 7 ). In Slovenia, an important role in this regard is also played by family doctors and their teams ( 12 ). The importance of using frailty measurement tools is supported by the global lack of key information and evidence on the health of the elderly, which hinders the

References 1. Foxman B. Epidemiology of urinary tract infections: incidence, morbidity and economic costs. Am J Med 2002; 113 (Suppl 1A): 5S-13S. 2. Galatti L, Sessa A, Mazzaglia G, Pecchioli S, Rossi A, Cricelli C et al. Antibiotic prescribing for acute and reccurent cystitis in primary care: a 4 year descriptive study. J Antimicrob Chemother 2006; 57: 551-6. 3. Thompson S, Yacomeni S, Townsend T. Antibiotics for uncomplicated urinary tract infection in women. Prescriber 2010; 21: 15-28. 4. Schmiemann G, Kniehl E, Gebhardt K, Matejczyk MM, Hummers-Pradieret E

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prescribing in these patients. Although the results are interesting, there is no evidence on a similar collaborative care approach in most European countries, including those in Central Europe. The aim of this study was to determine whether the involvement of a CP directly into the patients’ treatment process can improve the antipsychotic treatment guidelines’ adherence and minimize the number of medications in older primary care patients receiving excessive polypharmacy that includes antipsychotics. We hypothesize that the CP’s interventions will improve treatment

health care, research, and medical education: a cross-sectional study. Lancet 2012; 380(9836): 37-43. Starfield B, Shi L, Macinko J. Contribution of Primary Care to Health Systems and Health. Milbank Q 2005; 83(3): 457-502. Kringos DS, Boerma WG, Hutchinson A, van der Zee J, Groenewegen PP. The breadth of primary care: a systematic literature review of its core dimensions. BMC Health Serv Res 2010; 10: 65. Nolte E, McKee M. Measuring the health of nations: Updating an earlier analysis. Health Aff 2008; 27(1): 58-71. Simonato L, Ballard T, Bellini P, Winkelmann R

general practice clinics, Deloitte Access Economics, Sydney 2015; ; access date April 29, 2019. 13. L. Dolovich, K. Pottie, J. Kaczorowski, B. Farrell, Z. Austin, C. Rodriguez, K. Gaebel and C. Sellors, Integrating family medicine and pharmacy to advance primary care therapeutics, Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. 83 (2008) 913-917; 14. S. de A. M. Mendonça, A. C. Melo, G. C. C. Pereira, D. M. de S. S. dos Santos, E. B

REFERENCES 1. Costelloe C, Metcalfe C, Lovering A, Mant D, Hay AD: Effect of antibiotic prescribing in primary care on antimicrobial resistance in individual patients: systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ 2010, 340:c2096. 2. Central Asian and Eastern European Surveillance of Antimicrobial Resistance Annual report 2016. 3. Petersen I, Hayward AC; SACAR Surveillance Subgroup. Antibacterial prescribing in primary care

. Jimborean Gabriela, Ianosi Edith Simona. Aparatul respirator, semiologie și clinică medicală, Tehnica îngrijirii pacienţilor cu boli respiratorii. Biblioteca UMF Târgu-Mureș, 2007 12. Jimborean Gabriela, Simon K, Platon A. Aspecte ale tuberculozei pleurale în jud. Mureș (1994-1999). Rev de Medicină și Farmacie, UMF Tg. Mureș. 2000;46(1-2):104-107. 13. Soomro JA, Qazi HA. Factors Associated with Relapsed Tuberculosis in Males and Females: A Comparative Study. Tanaffos. 2009;8(3):22-27. 14. Davies P. Tuberculosis: current problems for primary care, a danger of complacency