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Auteurs: Laure Sillis, Veerle Foulon, Karel Allegaert, Annick Bogaerts, Maarten De Vos, Titia Hompes, Anne Smits, Kristel Van Calsteren, Jan Verbakel en Michael Ceulemans
Auteurs: Laure Sillis, Veerle Foulon, Karel Allegaert, Annick Bogaerts, Maarten De Vos, Titia Hompes, Anne Smits, Kristel Van Calsteren, Jan Verbakel en Michael Ceulemans
Auteurs: David Bos, Tine De Burghgraeve, Marieke Lemiengre, An De Sutter, Frank Buntinx en Jan Verbakel
Auteurs: Chantal Van Audenhove
1 May 2022 | ARTICLE
Lower persistence of anti-nucleocapsid compared to anti-spike antibodies up to one year after SARS-CoV-2 infection.
We retrospectively compared the long-term evolution of IgG anti-spike (S) and anti-nucleocapsid (N) levels (Abbott immunoassays) in 116 non-severe and 115 severe SARS-CoV-2 infected patients from 2 university hospitals up to 365 days post positive...
Auteurs: Jan Van Elslande, Matthijs Oyaert, Natalie Lorent, Yannick Vande Weygaerde, Gijs Van Pottelbergh, Lode Godderis, Marc Van Ranst, Emmanuel André, Elizaveta Padalko, Katrien Lagrou, Stien Vandendriessche en Pieter Vermeersch
Auteurs: Kathleen De Cuyper, Tim Opgenhaffen, Gilles Droogmans, Dorien Beeckmans, Jasper Vanhoof, Nana Mertens, Bea Maes, els Vanlinthout, Theo van Achterberg, Sara Nijs, Tine Peeters, Johan Put en Chantal Van Audenhove
27 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Diet or medication in primary care patients with IBS: the DOMINO study - a randomised trial supported by the Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre (KCE Trials Programme) and the Rome Foundation Research Institute
BACKGROUND: In Europe, IBS is commonly treated with musculotropic spasmolytics (eg, otilonium bromide, OB). In tertiary care, a low fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols (FODMAP) diet provides significant improve...
Auteurs: Florencia Carbone, Karen Van den Houte, Linde Besard, Celine Tack, Joris Arts, Philip Caenepeel, Hubert Piessevaux, Alain Vandenberghe, Christophe Matthys, Jessica Biesiekierski, Luc Capiau, Steven Ceulemans, Olivier Gernay, Lydia Jones, Sophie Maes, Christian Peetermans, Willem Raat, Jeroen Stubbe, Rudy Van Boxstael, Olivia Vandeput, Sophie Van Steenbergen, Lukas Van Oudenhove, Tim Vanuytsel, Michael Jones en Jan Tack
Auteurs: Dorien Beeckmans, Gilles Droogmans, Nana Mertens, Tim Opgenhaffen, jasper Vanhoof, Bea Maes, Theo van Achterberg, Sara Nijs, Johan Put, Chantal Van Audenhove en Kathleen De Cuyper
20 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Publicly Available, Interactive Web-Based Tools to Support Advance Care Planning: Systematic Review.
BACKGROUND: There is an increasing number of interactive web-based advance care planning (ACP) support tools, which are web-based aids in any format encouraging reflection, communication, and processing of publicly available information, most of w...
Auteurs: Charlèss Dupont, Tinne Smets, Fanny Monnet, Lara Pivodic, Aline De Vleminck, Chantal Van Audenhove en Lieve Van den Block
19 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Cost of healthcare utilization associated with incident cardiovascular and renal disease in individuals with type 2 diabetes: A multinational, observational study across 12 countries
AIM: To examine how the development of cardiovascular and renal disease (CVRD) translates to hospital healthcare costs in individuals with type 2 diabetes (T2D) initially free from CVRD. METHODS: Data were obtained from the digital healthcare syst...
Auteurs: Anna Norhammar, Johan Bodegard, Jan W Eriksson, Hermann Haller, Gerard CM Linssen, Amitava Banerjee, Avraham Karasik, Pavlos Mamouris, Navdeep Tangri, Tiago Taveira-Gomes, Aldo P Maggioni, Manuel Botana, Marcus Thuresson, Suguru Okami, Toshitaka Yajima, Takashi Kadowaki en Kare Birkeland
12 April 2022 | CONFERENCE PROCEEDING
POINT-OF-CARE CRP TEST IN ACUTE INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN IN PRIMARY CARE: A POST-HOC ANALYSIS
Background: Acute infection remains a common reason for children to consult primary care. Serious infections are rare but differentiating them from self-limiting ones remains challenging. Diagnostic uncertainty can lead to inappropriate antibiotic...
Auteurs: Liselore De Rop, Tine De Burghgraeve, Marieke Lemiengre, An De Sutter, Frank Buntinx en Jan Verbakel
6 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Clinical prediction rules for childhood urinary tract infections: a cross-sectional study in ambulatory care.
BACKGROUND: Diagnosing childhood urinary tract infections (UTIs) is challenging. Clinical prediction rules may help to identify children that require urine sampling. However, there is a lack of research to determine the accuracy of the scores in g...
Auteurs: Hanne Ann Boon, Jan Y Verbakel, Tine De Burghgraeve en Ann Van den Bruel
4 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Temporal monitoring of stimulants during the COVID-19 pandemic in Belgium through the analysis of influent wastewater
BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) is a complementary epidemiological data source to monitor stimulant consumption. The aims were to: (i) study intra- and inter-year temporal changes in stimulant use in Belgium during the fir...
Auteurs: Tim Boogaerts, Maarten Quireyns, Maarten De Prins, Bram Pussig, Hans De Loof, Catharina Matheï, Bert Aertgeerts, Virginie Van Coppenolle, Erik Fransen, Adrian Covaci en Alexander LN Van Nuijs
2 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Experiences and perspectives of marketing authorisation holders towards medication safety monitoring during pregnancy: a pan-European qualitative analysis
Although marketing authorisation holders (MAHs) are involved in monitoring medication safety, it was unclear how they experience their role and current monitoring activities in pregnancy. Therefore, a qualitative study using online focus groups wi...
Auteurs: Laure (Conceptualization Sillis, Veerle (Conceptualization Foulon, Jan (Conceptualization Verbakel en Michael (Conceptualization Ceulemans
1 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Trends in guideline implementation: an updated scoping review protocol.
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this review is to assess trends in guideline implementation, including the interventions used, rationale provided, and the impact on patient or health care professional knowledge, behavior or outcomes. INTRODUCTION: Gui...
Auteurs: Anna R Gagliardi, Jennifer Malinowski, Zachary Munn, Sanne Peters en Emily Senerth
1 April 2022 | ARTICLE
IgG anti-spike antibody levels in healthcare workers with and without prior COVID-19 up to 3 months after BNT162b2 vaccination.
We report IgG anti-spike levels up to 3 months after vaccination with 2 doses of BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine in healthcare workers (HCW). The antibody response was significantly stronger in previously infected vaccinated HCW compared to uninfected HCW, ...
Auteurs: Jan Van Elslande, Matthias Weemaes, Lode Godderis, Gijs Van Pottelbergh, Xavier Bossuyt en Pieter Vermeersch
1 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Development of an intervention to improve informational continuity of care in older patients with polypharmacy at the interface between general practice and hospital care: protocol for a participatory qualitative study in Germany
INTRODUCTION: Older patients with multimorbidity, polypharmacy and related complex care needs represent a growing proportion of the population and a challenge for healthcare systems. Particularly in transitional care (hospital admission and hospit...
Auteurs: Maria-Sophie Brueckle, Truc Sophia Dinh, Astrid-Alexandra Klein, Lisa Rietschel, Jenny Petermann, Franziska Brosse, Sylvia Schulz-Rothe, Ana Isabel Gonzalez-Gonzalez, Martin Kramer, Jennifer Engler, Karola Mergenthal, Christiane Muth, Karen Voigt en Marjan van den Akker
1 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Vaccine Hesitancy towards the COVID-19 Vaccine in a Random National Sample of Belgian Nursing Home Staff Members
In Belgium, nursing home staff (NHS) and residents were prioritised for COVID-19 vaccination. However, vaccine hesitancy may have impacted vaccination rates. In this study, a random stratified sample of NHS (N = 1142), vaccinated and unvaccinated,...
Auteurs: Marina Digregorio, Pauline Van Ngoc, Simon Delogne, Eline Meyers, Ellen Deschepper, Els Duysburgh, Liselore De Rop, Tine De Burghgraeve, Anja Coen, Nele De Clercq, An De Sutter, Jan Y Verbakel, Piet Cools, Stefan Heytens, Laetitia Buret en Beatrice Scholtes
1 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Effectiveness of guided and unguided online alcohol help: A real-life study
Aims: Online interventions reduce the treatment gap between the number of people with alcohol misuse and people who actually receive help. This study investigated the effectiveness and predictors of success of a Belgian online help programme. Meth...
Auteurs: Ans Vangrunderbeek, Ann Raveel, Catharina Mathei, Herwig Claeys, Bert Aertgeerts en Geertruida Bekkering
1 April 2022 | ARTICLE
Downstream activities after laboratory testing in primary care: an exploratory outcome of the ELMO cluster randomised trial (Electronic Laboratory Medicine Ordering with evidence-based order sets in primary care)
OBJECTIVE: To estimate the rate and type of downstream activities (DAs) after laboratory testing in primary care, with a specific focus on check-up laboratory panels, and to explore the effect of a clinical decision support system (CDSS) for labor...
Auteurs: Veerle Piessens, Nicolas Delvaux, Stefan Heytens, Bert Aertgeerts en An De Sutter
31 March 2022 | ARTICLE
Self-management support in flemish primary care practice: the development of a preliminary conceptual model using a qualitative approach
BACKGROUND: Coping with a chronic disease can be really challenging. Self-management represents a promising strategy to improve daily life experiences. The role of primary healthcare professionals cannot be underestimated in supporting self-manage...
Auteurs: Lotte Timmermans, Dagje Boeykens, Mustafa Muhammed Sirimsi, Peter Decat, Veerle Foulon, Ann Van Hecke, Mieke Vermandere en Birgitte Schoenmakers
25 March 2022 | ARTICLE
Recommendations for Researchers on Synchronous, Online, Nominal Group Sessions in Times of COVID-19: Fishbone Analysis.
BACKGROUND: In times of COVID-19, we are challenged to experiment with alternative platforms or software to connect people. In particular, the struggle that arose in health research was how to interact with patients and care professionals. The lat...
Auteurs: Lotte Timmermans, Ine Huybrechts, Peter Decat, Veerle Foulon, Ann Van Hecke, Mieke Vermandere en Birgitte Schoenmakers
Auteurs: Erinn D'hulster, Charlotte Quintens, Raf Bisschops, Rik Willems, Willy E Peetermans, Jan Y Verbakel en Jeroen Luyten
18 March 2022 | ARTICLE
Development of primary care quality indicators for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease using a Delphi-derived method
High-quality care for patients with COPD is necessary. To achieve quality improvement in primary care, the general practitioner and the electronic health record (EHR) play an important role. The aim of this study was to develop a set of evidence-b...
Auteurs: Sigrid Dewaele, Steve Van den Bulck, Lien Gerne en Bert Vaes
17 March 2022 | OTHER
Both medical and context elements influence the decision making processes of pediatricians
We wanted to investigate the relationship of medical and non-medical factors with the clinical decision-making of pediatricians. We hypothesize that the addition of relevant medical information (either alarming or reassuring) will influence the ph...
Auteurs: Lisa Schurmans, David De Coninck, Birgitte Schoenmakers, Peter de Winter en Jaan Toelen
11 March 2022 | ARTICLE
Trapped in a double cage: How patients’ partners experience the diagnosis of advanced cancer in times of the COVID-19 pandemic: An interpretative phenomenological analysis
Background: When confronting a partner’s diagnosis of advanced cancer, family caregivers are often protected against severe psychological illness by their mental resilience. However, the current COVID-19 pandemic endangers this resilience through ...
Auteurs: Sophie Opsomer, Sofie Joossens, Jan De Lepeleire, Peter Pype en Emelien Lauwerier
Auteurs: Hannelore Dillen, Ruben Burvenich, Tine De Burghgraeve en Jan Y Verbakel