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4 July 2023 | ARTICLE
Trends in oral anticoagulant prescription in patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation in Flanders and the impact of switching patients from vitamin K antagonists to DOACS in terms of the burden caused by complications of the disease: a registry-based study
CONTEXT: Since the introduction of direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) for the treatment of nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (Afib), oral anticoagulants (OACs) prescription has evolved. AIM: We aim first to explore the OACs prescription behaviour in...
Auteurs: Elvire Nakhoul, Bert Vaes, Pavlos Mamouris en Jean-Marie Degryse
3 July 2023 | ARTICLE
Patients' experiences and expectations of the General Practitioner's role during bereavement care after losing a loved one: A qualitative study
General practitioners (GPs) are well positioned to support patients during their grieving process. This study investigated patients' experiences and expectations of their GP's role during bereavement care after losing a loved one. Semi-structured ...
Auteurs: Julie Van Goethem, Marie Verschaeve, Sanne Peters en Miek Smeets
21 June 2023 | ARTICLE
Clinical effectiveness of rehabilitation in ambulatory care for patients with persisting symptoms after COVID-19: a systematic review.
BACKGROUND: Lingering symptoms after acute COVID-19 present a major challenge to ambulatory care services. Since there are reservations regarding their optimal management, we aimed to collate all available evidence on the effects of rehabilitation...
Auteurs: Hannelore Dillen, geertruida Bekkering, Sofie Gijsbers, Yannick Vande Weygaerde, Maarten Van Herck, Sarah Haesevoets, David AG Bos, Ann Li, Wim Janssens, Henricus Gosselink, Thierry Troosters en Jan Y Verbakel
20 June 2023 | ARTICLE
Population health management in Belgium: a call-to-action and case study
BACKGROUND: Although there are already success stories, population health management in Belgium is still in its infancy. A health system transformation approach such as population health management may be suited to address the public health issue ...
Auteurs: Betty Steenkamer, Bert Vaes, Ernst Rietzschel, John Crombez, Sabina De Geest, Fabian Demeure, Marijke Gielen, Michel P Hermans, Stefan Teughels, Peter Vanacker, Thierry van der Schueren en Steven Simoens
14 June 2023 | ARTICLE
Community pharmacists' perceptions on multidisciplinary heart failure care: an exploratory qualitative study
BACKGROUND: Heart failure (HF) is an important health problem and guidelines recommend multidisciplinary management. The pharmacist is an important member of the multidisciplinary heart failure team, both in the hospital and community setting. Thi...
Auteurs: Willem Raat, Pauline Truyts, Justine Gaillaert, Marie Van de Putte, Lorenz Van der Linden, Stefan Janssens, Bert Vaes en Miek Smeets
Auteurs: Mieke Embo, Olivia De Ruyck, Jessica Morton, Sofie Van Ostaeyen, Clara Wasiak, Marieke Robbrecht, Vasiliki Andreou, Oona Janssens, Helena Demey en Martin Valcke
10 June 2023 | ARTICLE
Do the lockdown-imposed changes in a wastewater treatment plant catchment's socio-demographics impact longitudinal temporal trends in psychoactive pharmaceutical use?
Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) includes the analysis of human metabolic biomarkers of xenobiotics in influent wastewater. WBE complements existing drug utilization approaches and provides objective, spatio-temporal information on the consumpt...
Auteurs: Tim Boogaerts, Maarten Quireyns, Hans De Loof, Xander Bertels, Natan Van Wichelen, Bram Pussig, Jan Saevels, Lies Lahousse, Pauline Bonmariage, Wouter Hamelinck, Bert Aertgeerts, Adrian Covaci en Alexander LN van Nuijs
Auteurs: Ruben Burvenich, Stefan Heytens, David Bos, An De Sutter, Thomas Struyf en Jan Verbakel
Auteurs: Hannelore Dillen, Daan Pauwels, Daniëlle Snijders, Jo Wouters, Laure Wynants en Jan Y Verbakel
Auteurs: Erinn D'hulster, Tine De Burghgraeve, Jeroen Luyten en Jan Verbakel
8 June 2023 | OTHER
Accuracy of routine laboratory tests to predict mortality and deterioration to severe or critical COVID-19 in people with SARS-CoV-2
Background: Estimating the risk of severe outcomes for SARS-CoV-2 patients can help prioritise medical care. Questions: Can routine blood-based laboratory tests help predict mortality and deterioration from mild/moderate to severe/critical COVID-1...
Auteurs: Liselore De Rop, Inge Stegeman, Gea Holtman, Rene Spijker, Mariska Leeflang, David Bos, Jenifer Otieno, Fade Alkhlaileh, Eleanor Ochodo en Jan Verbakel
8 June 2023 | OTHER
Prospective performance evaluation of the miDiagnostics COVID-19 PCR Test for rapid SARS-CoV-2 detection on nasopharyngeal swabs
Background: Rapid diagnosis or exclusion of SARS-CoV-2 infection is essential for correct medical management decisions regarding COVID-19. Laboratory-based qRT-PCR testing is accurate but time-consuming, while rapid antigen tests show moderate sen...
Auteurs: David Bos, katrien Lagrou en jan Verbakel
7 June 2023 | ARTICLE
Pneumococcal vaccination coverage and adherence to recommended dosing schedules in adults: a repeated cross-sectional study of the INTEGO morbidity registry
BACKGROUND: Since 2014, Belgium's Superior Health Council has recommended pneumococcal vaccination for adults aged 19-85 years at increased risk for pneumococcal diseases with a specific vaccine administration sequence and timing. Currently, Belgi...
Auteurs: Arne Janssens, Bert Vaes, Chloe Abels, Jonas Crevecoeur, Pavlos Mamouris, Barbara Merckx, Pieter Libin, Gijs Van Pottelbergh en Thomas Neyens
3 June 2023 | ARTICLE
Incidence, prevalence, and co-occurrence of autoimmune disorders over time and by age, sex, and socioeconomic status: a population-based cohort study of 22 million individuals in the UK
BACKGROUND: A rise in the incidence of some autoimmune disorders has been described. However, contemporary estimates of the overall incidence of autoimmune diseases and trends over time are scarce and inconsistent. We aimed to investigate the inci...
Auteurs: Nathalie Conrad, Shivani Misra, Jan Verbakel, Geert Verbeke, Geert Molenberghs, Peter Taylor, Justin Mason, Naveed Sattar, John McMurray, Iain McInnes, Kamlesh Khunti en Geraldine Cambridge
1 June 2023 | ARTICLE
Trends in the registration of anxiety in Belgian primary care from 2000 to 2021: a registry-based study
BACKGROUND: Anxiety is frequently encountered in general practice, but figures regarding prevalence and incidence in this healthcare setting remain scarce. AIM: To provide insight about the trends in prevalence and incidence of anxiety in Belgian ...
Auteurs: Simon Beerten, Kristien Coteur, Pavlos Mamouris, Marc Van Nuland, Gijs Van Pottelbergh, Lidia Casas en Bert Vaes
1 June 2023 | ARTICLE
The Relationship of Continuity of Care, Polypharmacy and Medication Appropriateness: A Systematic Review of Observational Studies
INTRODUCTION: Worldwide, polypharmacy and medication appropriateness-related outcomes (MARO) are growing public health concerns associated with potentially inappropriate prescribing, adverse health effects, and avoidable costs to health systems. C...
Auteurs: David Lampe, John Grosser, Daniel Gensorowsky, Julian Witte, Christiane Muth, Marjan van den Akker, Truc Sophia Dinh en Wolfgang Greiner
Auteurs: L Kasaven, S Saso, J Barcroft, N Galazis, K Grewal, T Bracewell Milnes, B Jones, N Getreu, J Ben Nagi, R Smith, J Yazbek, D Timmerman, T Bourne, S Ghaem-Maghami en J Verbakel
30 May 2023 | ARTICLE
Guidance on C-reactive protein point-of-care testing and complementary strategies to improve antibiotic prescribing for adults with lower respiratory tract infections in primary care
The world faces the threat of increasing antimicrobial resistance, and there is growing consensus that swift action must be taken to improve the rational use of antibiotics and increase the stewardship of antibiotics to safeguard this key resource...
Auteurs: Oliver Van Hecke, Lars Bjerrum, Ivan Gentile, Rogier Hopstaken, Hasse Melbye, Andreas Plate, Jan Y Verbakel, Carl Llor en Annamaria Staiano
23 May 2023 | ARTICLE
Prospective Performance Evaluation of the miDiagnostics COVID-19 PCR Test for Rapid SARS-CoV-2 Detection on Nasopharyngeal Swabs
Rapid diagnosis or exclusion of SARS-CoV-2 infection is essential for correct medical management decisions regarding COVID-19. High-throughput laboratory-based reverse transcriptase (RT)-PCR testing is accurate with longer turnaround times, while ...
Auteurs: David AG Bos, Katrien Lagrou en Jan YY Verbakel
22 May 2023 | ARTICLE
Digital encounter decision aids linked to clinical practice guidelines: results from user testing SHARE-IT decision aids in primary care
BACKGROUND: Encounter decision aids (EDAs) are tools that can support shared decision making (SDM), up to the clinical encounter. However, adoption of these tools has been limited, as they are hard to produce, to keep up-to-date, and are not avail...
Auteurs: Pieter Van Bostraeten, Bert Aertgeerts, Geertruida Bekkering, Nicolas Delvaux, Anna Haers, Matisse Vanheeswyck, Alexander Vandekendelaere, Niels van der Auwera, Charlotte Dijckmans, Elise Ostyn, Willem Soontjens, Wout Matthysen, Noemie Schenk, Lien Mertens, Jasmien Jaeken, Thomas Agoritsas en Mieke Vermandere
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: Vasiliki Andreou, Helena Demey, Olivia De Ruyck, Mieke Embo, Oona Janssens, Marieke Robbrecht, Birgitte Schoenmakers, Martin Valcke, Myriam Van Winckel en Clara Wasiak
Auteurs: Hannelore Dillen en Jan Verbakel
Auteurs: Jan Verbakel, bert Aertgeerts, Nicolas Delvaux en emmy De Buck
3 May 2023 | ARTICLE
Development of TOEKAN, a 360 degrees evaluation tool for the clinical learning environment in General Practice postgraduate training
BACKGROUND: The General Practice (GP) postgraduate program exists for 80% out of workplace learning. The quality of the clinical learning environment (CLE) has a direct effect on the quality of training and the professional development of GP train...
Auteurs: Lotta Coenen, Laura Daman, Guy Gielis, An Stockmans, Arne Van Renterghem, Eline Maes, Marc Van Nuland en Nele R Michels
3 May 2023 | ARTICLE
Occupational therapy in multiple sclerosis
Objectives This is a protocol for a Cochrane Review (intervention). The objectives are as follows: Main objective To assess the benefits and harms of occupational therapy interventions for improving daily functioning, participation, and quality of...
Auteurs: Daphne Kos, Isaline Eijssen, Geertruida E Bekkering, Marleen De Coninck, Ciara O'Meara, Marja Koen en Sinéad M Hynes
1 May 2023 | ARTICLE
Validation of a rapid SARS-CoV-2 antibody test in general practice
OBJECTIVES: To validate a rapid serological test (RST) for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies used in seroprevalence studies in healthcare providers, including primary healthcare providers (PHCPs) in Belgium. DESIGN: A phase III validation study of the RST (Or...
Auteurs: Julie Domen, Jan Yvan Jos Verbakel, Niels Adriaenssens, Beatrice Scholtes, Bart Peeters, Robin Bruyndonckx, An De Sutter, Stefan Heytens, Ann van den Bruel, Isabelle Desombere, Pierre Van Damme, Herman Goossens, Laetitia Buret, Els Duysburgh en Samuel Coenen
1 May 2023 | OTHER
Ocean Rag
Composition for solo piano in ragtime style.
Auteurs: Simon Beerten
1 May 2023 | OTHER
Miniature nr. 1
Composition for solo piano.
Auteurs: Simon Beerten