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Persistent non-specific low back pain and patients' experience of general practice: a qualitative study.

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AIM: This paper aims to present a conceptual analysis of patients' experience of general practice in relation to their persistent non-specific low back pain (PLBP). BACKGROUND: PLBP accounts for a considerable amount of the daily workload of the general practitioner (GP). GPs need to maintain a good relationship with their patient while following guidelines for best practice. The biomedical model can contribute to the tensions experienced by a person with PLBP and a shift in the prevailing m...

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10.1017/s1463423611000387

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Journal:
Primary health care research and development
Volume:
13
Issue:
1
Pages:
72-84
Publication date:
2012-01-05
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EISSN:
1477-1128
ISSN:
1463-4236
URN:
uuid:9a06ca60-54af-4178-8559-b2fa736163a3
Source identifiers:
175179
Local pid:
pubs:175179

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