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Raising the topic of weight in general practice: perspectives of GPs and primary care nurses.

Blackburn M, Stathi A, Keogh E, Eccleston C - BMJ Open (2015)

Bottom Line: Most barriers were related to raising the topic in more routine settings, rather than when dealing with an associated medical condition.GPs were particularly worried about damaging their relationship with patients and emphasised the need to follow their patient's agenda.Addressing these concerns through training or by providing evidence of effective interventions that are feasible to deliver within consultations may lead to greater practitioner engagement and willingness to raise the topic.

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Affiliation: Department for Health, University of Bath, Bath, UK.

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Barriers to raising the topic synthesised into three analytic themes (GP, general practitioner).
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BMJOPEN2015008546F1: Barriers to raising the topic synthesised into three analytic themes (GP, general practitioner).

Mentions: Content analysis34 resulted in 25 individual barriers to raising the issue, which were then mapped to 10 behavioural domains of the TDF (table 2). Barriers identified do not apply to all clinicians but were identified as barriers for at least two clinicians. Barriers were synthesised into three higher order themes (figure 1) that manifest within the entire data set. Each theme is described and illustrated by selective quotations from respondents to aid understanding.


Raising the topic of weight in general practice: perspectives of GPs and primary care nurses.

Blackburn M, Stathi A, Keogh E, Eccleston C - BMJ Open (2015)

Barriers to raising the topic synthesised into three analytic themes (GP, general practitioner).
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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BMJOPEN2015008546F1: Barriers to raising the topic synthesised into three analytic themes (GP, general practitioner).
Mentions: Content analysis34 resulted in 25 individual barriers to raising the issue, which were then mapped to 10 behavioural domains of the TDF (table 2). Barriers identified do not apply to all clinicians but were identified as barriers for at least two clinicians. Barriers were synthesised into three higher order themes (figure 1) that manifest within the entire data set. Each theme is described and illustrated by selective quotations from respondents to aid understanding.

Bottom Line: Most barriers were related to raising the topic in more routine settings, rather than when dealing with an associated medical condition.GPs were particularly worried about damaging their relationship with patients and emphasised the need to follow their patient's agenda.Addressing these concerns through training or by providing evidence of effective interventions that are feasible to deliver within consultations may lead to greater practitioner engagement and willingness to raise the topic.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department for Health, University of Bath, Bath, UK.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus