Comparing the ability of Australian general practitioners to predict death of their older patients using intuition or a predictive tool: A randomised controlled trial

Mitchell, Geoffrey, Senior, Hugh, Clayton, Josephine, Young, Sharleen, Teo, Chee Kong and Rhee, Joel (2015). Comparing the ability of Australian general practitioners to predict death of their older patients using intuition or a predictive tool: A randomised controlled trial. In: Plenary Session II: International Perspectives on Improving End of Life Care. 43rd North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, Cancun, Mexico, (). 24-28 October 2015.

Author Mitchell, Geoffrey
Senior, Hugh
Clayton, Josephine
Young, Sharleen
Teo, Chee Kong
Rhee, Joel
Title of paper Comparing the ability of Australian general practitioners to predict death of their older patients using intuition or a predictive tool: A randomised controlled trial
Conference name 43rd North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting
Conference location Cancun, Mexico
Conference dates 24-28 October 2015
Proceedings title Plenary Session II: International Perspectives on Improving End of Life Care
Publication Year 2015
Sub-type Oral presentation
Language eng
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Discipline of General Practice Publications
 
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