âThe rapid advances in medicine are associated with an increasing presence of nonclinical factors, barriers and pressures adversely affecting physician's decisions, the quality of care and the patient physician relationship. Clinical care varies between countries, health care systems, ambulatory or hospitalized patients and primary or specialist care. Educational interventions may increase physiciansâ personal awareness and decrease the potentially detrimental effect of nonclinical factors. This may improve the application of evidence-based medicine, the objectivity of decisions and the quality of care. Only then will we be able to reap the outstanding benefits of modern medicineâ.
The journal of general practice is best upcoming open access peer reviewed journal for physicians and health care professionals. This journal based on patient care, health education, physicians consultation, continuation and care publishes empirical studies reviewed by the experts in the field of general practice and medicine. All the published articles underwent the quality check by highly affiliated editorial board members of the journal. The journal gives emphasis on issues from physicians, clinical professionals, medical students as well as patients issues related to general practice. Our journal of general practice publishing various treatment designs and developments in the field of medicine all over the world helps the people exchange their ideas and concepts on health care and consultation. Schattner A (2014) Are Physicians' Decisions Affected by Multiple Nonclinical Factors?.
Last date updated on June, 2014