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Impact de la participation des médecins généralistes à un groupe qualité au sujet de la prescription de l’activité physique adaptée : étude avant/après

Abstract : INTRODUCTION : Quality circles (QC) are work discussion groups of general practitioners (GP). In april 2019, QC of brittany discussed about adapted physical activity (APA) prescription. METHOD : Evaluative, before/after study, by two questionnaires completed in march and october 2019. The objective was to improve APA prescription. With that aim, we assessed the proportion of GP who prescribed APA, quantified the written prescriptions, evaluated the obstacles to prescription and the effect of QC environment. RESULTS : Among the 368 GP registered in QC of brittany, 49,2% (n=181) fulfilled the inclusion criteria, the number of GP who prescribed APA increased (p<0,0001), as well as the number of written prescription (p<0,0001). The main obstacle observed was the lack of information. Response and prescription rates were higher in the groups whose facilitators participated in the seminar day organized upstream. CONCLUSION : This study showed an evolution of practices regarding the APA prescription. New type of QC's evaluation, until then carried out only through medico-economic indicators.
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Émilie Carimalo. Impact de la participation des médecins généralistes à un groupe qualité au sujet de la prescription de l’activité physique adaptée : étude avant/après. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03235976⟩

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