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(Updated July 2001)

By François Mennerat


1984

1.                  Lamberts H, Meads S, Wood M. International Classification of Primary Care: a multi-purpose classification. Presentation at the International Epidemiological Association Meeting. Vancouver; 1984.


1985

2.                  Bentsen BG. Et internasjonalt språk for allmennmedisin [An international language for primary health care]. Tidsskr Nor Lægeforening 1985;105: 1849-53.

3.                  Jenkins R, Smeeton N, Marinker M, Shepherd M. A study of classification of mental ill-health in general practice. Psychological Medicine, 1985;15: 403-9.

4.                  Lamberts H, et al. Results of the international field trial with the Reason for Encounter Classification. Soz Praventivmed. 1985;30(2):80-7.

5.                  WHO working party on ICPC. Manual for the use of the International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC) in relevance studies. Department of General Practice, Amsterdam, 1985.


1986

6.                  Bentsen BG. International Classification of Primary Care. Scand J Prim Health Care 1986;4: 43-50.

7.                  Hjortdahl P. Medical taxonomy - A General Practitioner´s friend or foe? (Editorial). Scand J Prim Health Care 1986;4: 1-4.

8.                  Lamberts H. Aan de diagnose gebonden informatie uit de huisartspraktijk; van een op de prevalentie naar een op de episode georiënteerde epidemiologie. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 1986;130: 292-4.


1987

9.                  Lamberts H. The international classification of primary care. J. Fam. Pract. 1987:IV-IX: WONCA News 4.

10.               Lamberts H. The use and relevance of the international classification of primary care (ICPC) in structuring patient information. In: Reicherts PL, Engelbrecht R. Present status of computer support in ambulatory care. Springer Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg, 1987: 110-24.

11.               Lamberts H, Wood M (eds.) ICPC: International Classification of Primary Care. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1987.

12.               Lamberts H, Brouwer H, Groen ASM, Huisman H. Het transitiemodel in de praktijk. Praktisch gebruik van de ICPC tijdens 28.000 contacten [The Transition model in practice; practical use of ICPC during 28000 encounters]. Huisarts en Wetenschap, 1987;30: 105-11.

13.               Meijer JS, Brouwer H, Lamberts H. De ICPC als diagnotische classificatie [ICPC as a diagnostic clasification]. 1. Nog meer keuze voor de huisarts? Huisarts Wet. 1987;30: 13-19.

14.               Meijer JS, Brouwer H, Lamberts H. De ICPC als diagnotische classificatie [ICPC as a diagnostic clasification].2. Een onderzoek naar de vergelijkbaarheid en herleidbaarheid van de ICPC naar de ICHPPC-2 en de RCC. Huisarts Wet. 1987;30: 44-8.

15.               Van Wieringen JCM; Leentvaar-Kuypers A, Brouwer HJ, Slegt AC, Van Kessel-Al HA. Morbiditeitspatroon en huisartsgeneeskundig handelen bij etnische groeperingen. Een onderzoek in 12 Amsterdamse huisartspraktijken. Tijdschr Soc Gezondheidsz. 1987;65: 587-91.


1988

16.               Lamberts H, Schadé E. Surveillance systems with primary care data: from a prevalence-oriented to an episode-oriented epidemiology. In: Surveillance in health and disease (Eds. Eylenbosch WJ, Noah MD). Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1988.


1989

17.               De Kanter J, Lamberts H, Mulder J. (eds.) ICPC. International classification of primary care (Dutch translation). Nederlands Huisartsengenootschap, Utrecht, 1989.

18.               Jamoulle M, Roland M. Classification internationale des soins primaires (CISP). Traduction française de la nomenclature de l'ICPC. Fédération des maisons médicales. Bruxelles, 1989.

19.               Lamberts H. Health information systems in general practice in the European Community. In: Medical information review group: impact assessment and forecasts of information and communication technologies applied to health care, Vol. IV. Ref: XIII-F/ai0966D. European community, Brussels, 1989.

20.               Lamberts H. The use of the international classification of primary care in a episode-oriented database. In: Medinfo 89, Eds. Coa D, Qin D, Wagner G, Barber B. (eds.), North Holland, Amsterdam, 1989.

21.               Meyboom-de-Jong B. Bejaarde patiënten. Een onderzoek in twaalf huisartspraktijken [Elderly patients. A study of twelve general practices]. PhD Thesis, University of Groningen. Meditekst, 1989.

22.               Mol R. Doctor on Saba. Health care and disease in a Carribean family practice. PhD Thesis, University of Groningen, Eburon, Delft, 1989.

23.               Van der Horst F, Metsemakers J, Vissers F. et al. The reason-for-encounter mode of the ICPC: reliable, adequate, and feasible. Scand. J. Prim. Health Care, 1989;7: 99-103.

24.               Walters RF. A bit-mapped workstation for multi-lingual medical research. In: MEDINFO 89, Part 1 (Barber B, Cao D, Qin D, Wagner G. eds.), North Holland, Amsterdam, 1989.


1990

25.               Brouwer HJ, Van Stekelenburg F. General Practice on St. Eustatius. West Indian Medical Journal, 1990;39: 24-5.

26.               Bentzen N, Schroll H. ICPC. International klassification for den primære sundhedstjeneste. Dansk Selska for Almen Medicin, København, 1990.

27.               Equipo CESCA. Classificación international en atención primaria (CIAP). Masson SA, Barcelona, 1990.

28.               IJzermans C, Oskam SK. Clustering, continuïteit en comorbiditeit in de huisartspraktijk [Clustering, continuity and comorbidity in general practice]. PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 1990.

29.               Lamberts H, Brouwer H, Groen ASM, Huisman H. Het transiriemodel in de parktijk. Praktisch gebruik van de ICPC tijdens 28 000 contacten [The transition model in practice; practical use of ICPC during 28 000 encounters]. Huisarts Wet; 1987;30: 105-11. (Supplementen. Amsterdam: Instituut voor Huisartsgeneeskunde, 1 augustus 1988-1 januari 1990.)

30.               Marinus AFM. Interdoktorvariatie in het Transitieproject. Huisarts Wet. 1990;33: 4-8.

31.               Nordal EB. Reasons for encounters and diagnoses of patients at a policlinic in Nepal: A feasability study of ICPC. Avhandling i samfunnsmedisin. [Thesis in community medicine] No 22. Institutt for samfunnsmedisinske fag [Department of General Practice and Community medicine. University of Trondheim]. Trondheim 1990.

32.               Wigersma L. Huisartsgeneeskundig handelen bij klachten over de geslachtsorganen en de seksualiteit. PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam, Meditekst, Lelystad, 1990.

33.               Wright AF. A study of the presentation of somatic symptoms in general practice by patients with psychiatric disturbances. B. J. Gen. Pract. 1990;40: 459-63.


1991

34.               Bentsen BG. (ed). ICPC. ICHPPC-2-Defined. IC-Process-PC. Klassifikasjoner og definisjoner for primærhelsetjenesten [Classifications and definitions for primary health care]. Oslo: Tano Forlag, Norsk selskap for almenmedisin, 1991.

35.               Bentsen BG, Hjortdahl P. Hvorfor søker folk lege? Utviklingen av en kjerneklassifikasjon for primærhelsetjenesten [Why do people contact primary health care? Development of a core classification for primary care]. Tidsskr Nor Lægeforen 1991;111: 2867-70.

36.               Brouwer H. J, Lamberts H. The international classification of primary care in the European Community. In: Proceedings of the Second European Conference on Health Services Research, (Ed. Brenner G. and Weber I.), Deutscher Ärzte, Köln, 1991, 104-7.

37.               Fleming DM, et al. The European study of referrals from primary to secondary care. In: Proceedings of the Second European Conference on Health Services Research, (Ed. Brenner G. and Weber I.), Deutscher Ärzte, Köln, 1991.

38.               Hasvold T. Nytt klassifikasjonssystem for primærhelsetjenesten. [A new classification system for primary health care]. Tidsskr Nor Lægeforen 1991;111: 2830-1.

39.               Hofmans-Okkes IM. Op het spreekuur. Oordelen van patiënten over huisartsconsulten [At the GP's surgery. Views of the patients about seeing their GP] (English summary). PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam, Meditekst, Lelystad, 1991.

40.               Kvist M. Telephone contacts in Finnish urban general practice. PhD Thesis, University of Turku, Finland, 1991.

41.               Jamoulle M, Roland M, Mennerat F. La CISP, Classification Internationale des Soins Primaires, une méthode de traitement de l'information en soins de base. Fédération des Maisons Médicales et Collectifs de Santé Francophones, 1991 ; Courrier N° 65, suppl.

42.               Lamberts H. Episode-oriented epidemiology in family practice. The practical use of the international classification of primary care (ICPC) as illustrated in patients with headache. In: Primary Care Research (Eds. Norton PG, Stewart M, Tudiver F, Bass M, Dunn EV.), Sage, Newbury Park, CA. 1991.

43.               Lamberts H. In het huis van de huisarts. Verlag van het Transitieproject. [In the GP's practice. Report of the Transition project.]. Meditekst, Lelystad, 1991.

44.               Lamberts H, Brouwer H, Mohrs J. Reason for encounter-, episode- and process-oriented standard output from the Transition project. Parts I & II. Department of General Practice/Family Medicine, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, (Two Vols.), 1991.

45.               Lamberts H, Heyrman J. TRANSIT, standard morbiditeitsgegevens uit de huisartspraktijk. (Floppy disk). Department of General Practice, Universities of Amsterdam and Leuven, 1991.

46.               Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM, Marinus A. Communiceren en classificeren. Het doelgericht ordenen van aspecten van huisarts-patiënt contacten. Huisarts Wet. 1991;34: 346-52.

47.               Malterud K. [Classification systems in theory and practice. The National Social Insurance Board demands the ICPC codes from 1 October 1992]. Norwegian. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen. 1992 Aug 30;112(20):2626-7.

48.               Mennerat F. The relevance of ICPC to Patient Cards. In : Proceedings of the 3rd Global Conference on Patient Data Cards, Barcelona, 12th-15th March, 1991.

49.               Metsemakers JF, Bouhuis PAJ, Snellen-Balendong HAM. Do we teach what we preach? Comparing the content of a problem-based medical curriculum with primary health care data. Fam. Pract. 1991;8: 195-201.

50.               Van Duijn NP. Sinusitis maxillaris. Symptomen, beloop en diagnostiek. PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam, Meditekst, Lelystad, 1991.

51.               ter Wee RJ, et al. Development of an electronic prescription processing option: an aid for general practice. Br J Gen Pract. 1991; 41(345):151-4.

52.               WONCA Classification Committee. Functional status measures in general practice. Aust Fam Physician. 1991; 20(6):846, 848, 850-1.

53.               Wood M. International classification of primary care. In: Primary care research: theory and methods. In: Proceedings of the AHCPR conference, San Diego, January 1991, Hibbard H, Nutting P. A, Grady M. L. (eds.), Department of Human and Health Services, Rockville MD, 1991.


1992

54.               Anonymous. The European study of referrals from primary to secondary care. Report to the concerted action committee of health services research for the European Community. The Royal College of General Practitioners, London, Occasional paper 56, 1992.

55.               Brage S, Tellnes G. ICPC i allmennpraksis. [ICPC in general practice]. Tidsskr Nor Lægeforen 1992 (English Summary);112: 2656-9.

56.               Bridges-Webb C, Britt H, Miles DA, Neary S, Charles J, Traynor V. Morbidity and treatment in general practice 1990-1991 (Summary) Aust Family Physician 1992, 22; 3: 336-46.

57.               Bridges-Webb C, Britt H, Miles DA, Neary S, Charles J, Traynor V. Morbidity and treatment in general practice in Australia 1990-1991. Med J Aust 1992; 157, Supp.19 Oct: S1-S56.

58.               Britt H, Harris M, Driver B, Bridges-Webb C, O'Toole B, Neary S. Reasons for encounter and diagnosed health problems: convergence between doctors and patients. Family Pract 1992 ;9: 191-4.

59.               Eskerud JR, et al. Fever in general practice. II. Reasons for encounter, management and duration of fever conditions. Fam Pract. 1992 Dec;9(4):425-32.

60.               Fédération des Maisons Médicales. La plainte et la réponse à la plainte. [The complaint and the response to complaint]. Actes du colloque international, 11-13 oct. 1991. Bruxelles, 1992, 426 pp.

61.               Hofmans-Okkes IM. La validité de la notion et le codage du motif de contact. In: La plainte et la réponse à la plainte, Actes du colloques international du 11-13 oct 1991. Bruxelles: Fédération des Maisons Médicales; 1992. p 299-306.

62.               Hofmans-Okkes IM, Lamberts H, Hofmans EA. De paradox van de patiëntgerichte benadering [The paradox of the patient-centred approach]. Huisarts. Wet. 1992;35: 281-6.

63.               Jamoulle M, Roland M. Classification internationale des soins primaires (CISP). Lacassagne, Lyon, 1992.

64.               Jamoulle M, Roland M, Mennerat F. Classification internationale des soins primaires, une méthode de traitement de l'information en soins de base. Exercer. 1992;17: 7-11.

65.               Lamberts H, Hofmans-Okkes IM. De international classification of primary care in Europe. Het ICPC-project in de Europese gemeenschap. Bijblijven, 1992;8: 65-72.

66.               Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM. International primary care classifications: the effect of fifteen years of evolution. Fam. Pract. 1992;9: 330-9.

67.               Lamberts H. L'utilisation de la Classification Internationale des Soins Primaires dans une base de données orientée vers les épisodes. In: La plainte et la réponse à la plainte, Actes du colloques international du 11-13 oct 1991. Bruxelles: Fédération des Maisons Médicales; 1992. p 287-98.

68.               Malterud K. [Classification systems in theory and practice. The National Social Insurance Board demands the ICPC codes from 1 October 1992]. Norwegian. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen. 1992 Aug 30;112(20):2626-7.

69.               Mennerat F. Analyser et comprendre l'activité médicale ambulatoire : avec quels outils saisir et traiter l'information ? [To analyze and understand ambulatory medical activity: which tools to capture and process the information with?]. PhD Thesis, Université Claude Bernard, Lyon, 1992.

70.               Merkouris B. Greek translation of ICPC. Iatrikes Ekdoseis, Ilisia, 1992.

71.               Meyboom-de Jong BM, et al. How do we classify functional status? Fam Med. 1992 Feb;24(2):128-33.

72.               Moorhead RG, et al. Health of a team competing in the 1990 World Solar Car Challenge. J R Soc Med. 1992 Jun;85(6):334-7.

73.               Nordal EB. Kan Kjerneklassifikasjonen for primærhelsetjenesten - ICPC benyttes ved indremedisinsk poliklinikk? [Is ICPC fit for use at an outpatient department of internal medicine?] Avhandling i samfunnsmedisin. [Thesis in community medicine] Nr. 29. Institutt for samfunnsmedisinske fag [Department of General Practice and Community medicine. University of Trondheim]. Trondheim 1992.

74.               Steinsvoll PS. [ICPC in general practice]. Norwegian. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen. 1992 Oct 10;112(24):3123-4.

75.               Tellnes G, Brage S, Håland EM, Brødholt Å. Hvilke symptomer og plager fører til sykmelding? ICPC-koding av pasientenes egne vurderinger i allmennpraksis. [What symptoms and complaints result in sick-listing? ICPC-coding of patients' own opinion in general practice]. Tidsskr Nor Lægeforen 1992;112: 1985-8.

76.               Walker DC, Walters Rf, Cimino JJ, Dujols P, Ensheng L, Giere W, Kiuchi T, Lamberts H, et al. Internationalization of health care terminology. In: Proceedings of Medinfo 92 (Eds. Lun KC, et al.) Elsevier Science Publications, Amsterdam, 1992: 1444-51.

77.               Wood M. The International classification of primary care; health information for the future. In: Tools for primary care research (Stewart M, Tudiver F. eds.), Sage, Newbury Park, 1992;2: 36-49.

78.               Wood M, Lamberts H, Meijer JS, Hofmans-Okkes IM. The conversion between ICPC and ICD-10. Requirements for a family of classification-systems in the next decade. Fam. Pract. 1992;9: 340-8.


1993

79.               Bodossakis PR, Merkouris R, Diamantidou E. ICPC in Greek. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds). The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford Medical Publication, 1993: 220-8.

80.               Boersma J, Gebel RS, Lamberts H. International Classification of Primary Care. Short titles verstaald in het Nederlands en Nederlandse subtitels. NHG, Utrecht, 1993.

81.               Britt H, Miles DA, Bridges-Webb C, Neary S, Charles J, Traynor V. A Comparison of country and metropolitan general practice. Med J Australia 1993; 159: Suppl: S9-S64.

82.               Britt H, et al. Data collection and changing health care systems. 2. New Zealand. Med J Aust. 1993 Oct 4;159(7):476-9.

83.               Da Silva Azenha Pisco AM, Coehlo Pisco LA. An evaluation of the medical emergency service of Caldas da Rainha hospital using ICPC. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 129-31.

84.               De Maeseneer J. The integration of an ICPC-drug classification in ICPC: results of a field trial. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 155-62.

85.               De Maeseneer J. The ICPC classification of drugs. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 163-70.

86.               De Maeseneer J, Brouwer H. ICPC in Flanders: results of a field trial. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 94-100.

87.               De Medeiros A. Reasons for encounter in Portugal. Practical use of ICPC as a classification of patients' reasons for encounter. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 118.

88.               Fleming DM. The European study of referrals from primary to secondary care. Thesis. University of Maastricht. Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers, 1993.

89.               Fleming DM. The use of ICPC in the European referral study. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 148-52.

90.               Forés M, Gérvas J, Bonet M, Marcos L, Tomás P, Sagués A, Sanchez F. Epidemiological aspects of patient data in Spanish general practice. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 119-24.

91.               Heyrman J, Dessers L, Van Hoeck K. Problems elderly people present to their general practitioners in Belgium. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 143-7.

92.               Hofmans-Okkes IM. An international study into the concept and validity of the 'reason for encounter'. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 34-42.

93.               Hofmans-Okkes IM, Lamberts H, Wood M. ICPC in the European Community: conclusions and recommendations. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds). The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford Medical Publication, 1993: 231-7.

94.               Hofmans-Okkes IM, Lamberts H. Longitudinal research in general practice. The importance of including both patients' and physicians' perpectives on medical events.Scan J Prim health Care 1993;11(Suppl 2): 42-8.

95.               Hofmans-Okkes IM, Lamberts H. The classification of psychological and social problems in general practice. 2. The impact of the patient's perspective. Huisarts Wet 1993;36(Suppl): 14-20.

96.               Jamoulle M. Practical experience with ICPC in Belgium. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 101-5.

97.               Klinkman MS, Gorenflo D. W. Using episodes of care to test a model of clinical decision making in primary care (abstract). Med Decision Making, 1993;13: 390.

98.               Kristensen FB, et al. Computer-based longitudinal recording of episodes of care in general practice using the International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC). Experience from one practice. Perspectives for audit and quality assessment. Scand J Prim He 1993;1:53-6.

99.               Lamberts H. The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. In: Fracchia GN, Theofilatou M (eds.) Health Services Research, IOS Press, 1993: 45-63.

100.           Lamberts H, Brouwer H, Marinus AFM, Hofmans-Okkes IM. The use of ICPC in the Transition project. Episode-oriented epidemiology in general practice. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 45-93.

101.           Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM. International primary care classifications: the effect of fifteen years of evolution. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 9-17.

102.           Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofman-Okkes IM, (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community: With a Multi-Language Layer. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1993.

103.           Lamberts H, Hofmans-Okkes IM. The classification of psychological and social problems in general practice. 1. ICPC in relation to ICD-10. Huisarts Wet 1993;36(Suppl): 5-13.

104.           Luz A, Saraiva JG, Salgueiro Silva F. The new episodes study 1989-1990. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 111-5.

105.           Mamon J, Paccagnella B, Noventa V, Sforzi M. Experiences in the implementation of ICPC for epidemiological and professional use in countries with National Health Services (NHS). In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 106-10.

106.           Marinus AFM. Interdoktervariatie in de huisarts praktijk [Interdoctor variation in general practice]. PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam, 1993.

107.           Meyboom-de-Jong B, Lamberts H. The autonomy project: practical experience with functional status indicators within the framework of ICPC. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds). The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford Medical Publication, 1993: 134-43.

108.           Saraiva JG, Natália Saraiva M. Two Portuguese GPs at work: description and comparison of their daily routines with ICPC. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds). The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford Medical Publication, 1993: 116-8.

109.           Sheperd S, Hofmans-Okkes IM. The multilanguage layer of ICPC. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds). The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford Medical Publication, 1993: 173-219.

110.           Segui Alvarez R. The function of general practitionners in emergency departments in Basque country. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds). The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford Medical Publication, 1993: 131-3.

111.           Wood M, Lamberts H, Meijer JS, Hofmans-Okkes IM. The conversion between ICPC and ICD-10. Requirements for a family of classification-systems in the next decade. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 18-33.

112.           Yodfat Y, Weingarten MA. Practical experience with ICPC in Israel. In: Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofmans-Okkes IM (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993: 125-8.


1994

113.           Bensing JM, Verhaak PF. Psychische problemen in de huisartspraktijk veelvormiger en diffuser dan in de psychiatrie. [Mental problems in family practice more variable and diffuse that in psychiatry]. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd, 1994;138(3): 130-5.

114.           Bjørndal A. Follow-up of people on long-term sickness leave: a study of a cohort from the city of Moss, Norway. Tidsskr Nor Lægeforen 1994;114: 2857-62.

115.           Brekke D. [ICPC in practice]. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen. Norwegian. 1994 Feb 20;114(5):595.

116.           Britt H, Miles DA, Bridges-Webb C, Neary S, Charles J, Traynor V. A Comparison of country and metropolitan general practice. (Summary). Aust Family Physician 1994;23(6): 1116-25.

117.           Britt H. Patient reasons for encounter in general practice in Australia. PhD Thesis, Department of General Practice, University of Sydney 1994.

118.           Britt H, Bridges-Webb C, Sayer G. P, Neary S, Charles J,. Traynor V. The diagnostic difficulties of abdominal pain. Aust Family Physician. 1994;23(3): 375-81.

119.           Britt H, Meza RA, Charles J, Miles DA, Sayer GP, Neary S. The management of URTI in general practice: Results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey 1990-1991. Aust Family Physician 1994;23(5): 907-13.

120.           Brouwer HJ, Mohrs J. Huisbezoek in de grote stad. Episode-georiënteerde gegevens uit het Transitieproject. Huisarts Wet 1994;37: 520-6.

121.           Charles J, Traynor V, Miles DA, Bridges-Webb C, Neary S, Britt H. The management of asthma in general practice: results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey 1990-1991. Aust Family Physician 1994;23(11): 2151-5.

122.           Claussen B, Famm E, Nygård JF. ICPC-diagnoser i 60 allmennpraksiser. [ICPC diagnoses in 60 offices of general practitioners]. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen 1994;114(7): 821-4.

123.           Donaldson M, Yordy K, Vanselow N. (eds.) Defining primary care: an interim report. Washington DC, National Academy Press, 1994.

124.           Dupuits FM. The use of the Arden Syntax for MLMs in HIOS+, a decision support system for general practitioners in The Netherlands. Comput Biol Med, 1994;24(5): 405-10.

125.           Grimsmo A, Grimstad SA, Lilleholt O, Snoen SE, Storset B. Informasjon til planlegging og sammenlikning i kommunene. Bruk av data fra EDB-journalen i allmennpraksis. [Information for planning and comparison in municipalities. Use of data from the EDP medical records in general practice] (English summary). Tidsskr Nor Lægeforen 1994;114: 1977-82.

126.           Grimsmo A, Grimstad SA, Lilleholt O, Snoen SE, Storset B. Informasjon til kvalitetssikring og selvevaluering i allmennpraksis. Bruk av data fraEDB-journalen i allmennpraksis. [Information for quality assurance and self-evaluation in general practice. Use of data from the EDP medical records in general practice]. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen, 1994; 114(17): 1983-7.

127.           Jamoulle M, Roland M. Santé mentale en soins primaires, une autre santé mentale ? [Defining mental health problems in primary care]. Communication at a working meeting, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Washington, July 21-22, 1994. Courrier de la Fédération des Maisons Médicales, 1994;Nov 97: 18-23.

128.           Jamoulle M, Roland M. Etude pour l'ouverture des codes procédures de la CISP. Fédération des Maisons Médicales ed.; Bruxelles; 1994 Feb. 47pp.

129.           Jonassen K. Reasons for encounters and diagnoses of patients at a primary health care clinic in Japan. A pilot study using ICPC. Avhandling i samfunnsmedisin. [Thesis in community medicine] No. 32. Institutt for samfunnsmedisinske fag [Department of General Practice and Community medicine. University of Trondheim]. Trondheim 1994.

130.           Klinkman MS, Gorenflo D. W. "Hidden" interprovider variation in ressource use during episodes of care for abdominal pain (abstract). Med Decision Making, 1994;14: 435.

131.           Klinkman MS, Stevens D, Gorenflo DW. Episodes of care for chest pain: A preliminary report from MIRNET. J Fam Pract  38:345-352, 1994.

132.           Lamberts H. In het huis van de huisarts. Verlag van het Transitieproject. Twede druk, met diskette. Meditekst, Lelystad, 1994.

133.           Lamberts H. Classification internationale des soins primaires. Utilisation dans une base de données orientée vers les épisodes. Concours Médical, 1994;116(37): 3070-4.

134.           Lamberts H, Oskam SK, Hofmans-Okkes IM, Brouwer HJ, Mohrs J, Groen ASM, Veltman MTM. Episodegegevens uit het Transitieproject op diskette. De gebruiksmogellijkheden van 'TRANS'. Huisarts Wet 1994;37: 421-6.

135.           Liukko M, Paunio P, Kvist M. Kansainvlinen perusterveydenhuollon luokitus - avain yleislkrin potilaiden ongelmien ja niihin liittyvien hoitoprosessien analysointiin. [International Classification of Primary Care - Key to analyze the problems of the patients and the process of care delivered by general practitioners]. Kunnallislkri 1994;10(4):11-13.

136.           Meza RA, Bridges-Webb C, Sayer GP, Miles DA, Traynor V, Neary S. The management of acute bronchitis in general practice. Results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey 1990-1991. Aust Fam Physician 1994;23(8): 1550-3.

137.           Meza RA, Traynor V, Bridges-Webb C, Miles DA, Britt H, Neary S. The management of arthritis in general practice: results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey 1990-1991. Aust Family Physician 1994;24(2): 188-93.

138.           Pearse P, Neary S. Psychological problems. How are they managed in general practice. Aust Fam Physician 1994;23(3): 443-7.

139.           Ree AO. Tabell for konvertering fra ICD-9 til ICPC. Felles trygdemedisinsk statistikkplattform for allmennlegetjenesten og for sykehus, poliklinikker og spesialistpraksis. [A table for converting ICD-9 to ICPC. A common platform for health insurance statistics for primary health care and hospitals, outpatient clinics and specialists' practices]. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen, 1994;114 (8): 943-6 (English summary).

140.           Reid S. Cervical cancer screening in Australia. Masters of Public Health treatise. Department of Public Health, University of Sydney 1994.

141.           Sayer GP. Patient reasons for encounter in general practice in Australia. PhD thesis, Department of General Practice, University of Sydney 1994.

142.           Sayer GP. Sex differences in morbidity: real or confounding? Masters of Community Health treatise University of NSW School of Community Medicine 1994.

143.           Sayer GP, Britt H, Meza RA, Charles J, Traynor V, Miles DA. The management of hypertension in general practice: results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey 1990-1991. Aust Family Physician. 1994;23(4): 697-702.

144.           Sayer GP, Charles J, Traynor V, Bridges-Webb C, Meza RA, Miles DA. The management of sprains and strains in general practice. results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey 1990-1991. Aust Fam Physician 1994;23(9): 1763-8.

145.           Traynor V, Britt H, Neary S, Sayer GP, Charles J, Meza RA. The management of osteoarthritis in general practice: results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey 1990-1991. Aust Family Physician 1994;23(10): 1971-8.

146.           Van der Weijden T, Hutten JB, Brandenburg BJ, Grol RP, Van der Velden K. Cholesterol management in Dutch general practice. A comparison with national guidelines. Dutch College of General Practitioners. Scand J Prim Health Care 1994; 12(4): 281-8.

147.           Viner G, Bernstein RM, Hollingworth GR. SIN-FM (a short indexed nomenclature of family medicine). In: Proc Annu Symp Comput Appl Med Care 1994: 1032.

148.           Von Hanno T. [The Norwegian version of ICPC]. Norwegian. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen. 1994 Feb 28;114(6):711-2.


1995

149.           Bhasale A. Collecting data on potentially harmful events: evaluation of an incident monitoring technique in Australian general practice. Masters of Science in Medicine treatise. Department of General Practice, University of Sydney 1995.

150.           Brage S, Håland Haldorsen EM, Johannesen TS, Ursin H, Tellnes G. The use of case histories to explore concepts of disease, illness and sickness certification. Fam Pract, 1995;12(1): 75-83.

151.           Britt H, Beaton N, Miller G. Coding and classification in computerised general practice medical records: Why code? Why classify? Aust Fam Physician 1995;24: 612-5.

152.           Dupuits FM, Hasman A. User satisfaction of general practitioners with HIOS+, a medical decision support system. Comput Methods Programs Biomed, 1995;47(2): 183-8.

153.           Hofmans-Okkes IM, Lamberts H. Episodes of care and the large majority of personal health care needs: is the new IOM definition of primary care reflected in primary care data available in the USA? Commissioned paper. The Institute of Medicine Committee on the Future of Primary Care, Washington DC, IOM, 1995.

154.           Klinkman MS, Green LA. Examining the process of primary care: Using ICPC in a computer-based primary care information system. Fam Med, 1995;27(7): 449-56.

155.           Lavoie G, Tremblay L, Durant P, Papillon M. J, Bérubé J, Fortin JP. Médicarte software developed for the Québec microprocessor health card project. In: Proceedings of Medinfo 1995; 8: 1662.

156.           Leduc Y, Cauchon M, Émond JG, Ouellet J. Utilisation d'un système informatisé de classification pour les soins de première ligne: trois années d'expérience. [Utilization of computerised classification system of primary care: three years of experience]. Can Fam Physician, 1995;41: 1338-45.

157.           Lovell NH, Celler BG. Implementation of a clinical workstation for general practice. In: Proceedings of Medinfo 1995;8: 777.

158.           Meza RA, Angelis M, Britt H, Miles DA, Seneta E, Bridges-Webb C. Development of sample size models for national general practice surveys. Australian Journal of Public Health 1995;19(1): 34-40.

159.           Njálsson T. On content of practice. The advantage of computerised information systems in Family Practice. Thesis, Department of Family Medicine, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, 1995.

160.           Rosell M, Bolíbar B, Juncosa S, Martinez C. Episodio: concepto y utilidad en la atención primaria. Atención Primaria 1995;16(10): 87-94.

161.           Trayor V, Britt H, Sayer GP. Menopause: its management in general practice. Aust Fam Physician 1995;24(3): 407-11.

162.           Van Suijlekom-Smit LW, Bruijnzeels MA, Van der Wouden JC, Van der Velden J, Visser HK, Dokter HJ. Voor welke gezondheidsproblemen bij kinderen wordt de huisarts geconsulteerd en hoe vaak? [For which health problems in children is the family physician consulted and how often?]. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd, 1995;139(33): 1684-9. (erratum published in Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd, 1995;139(52): 2768).

163.           Veitch PC. A comparison of patient-reported reasons for encounter and provider-reported diagnoses. Fam Pract, 1995 Dec;12(4):408-12.

164.           Veltman MTM. Huisartsgeneeskundige zorgepisoden. Analyse van een zevenjaarsbestand. Dissertation, University of Amsterdam, Meditekst, Lelystad, 1995.

165.           Vijlbrief AS, Bruijnzeels MA, Van der Wouden JC, Van Suijlekom-Smit LW. Musculoskeletal disorders in children: a study in Dutch general practice. Scand J Prim Health Care, 1995;13(2): 105-11.

166.           Zaat JO, Schellevis FG, Van Eijk JT, Van der Velden K. Do out-of-office laboratory tests affect diagnoses in general practice? Scand J Prim Health Care 1995;13(1): 46-51.


1996

167.           Brage S, Bentsen BG, Bjerkedal T, Nygård JF, Tellnes G. ICPC as a standard classification in Norway. Fam Pract, 1996;13: 391-6.

168.           Britt H, Bhasale A, Miles DA, Meza RA, Sayer GP, Angelis M. The gender of the general practitioner: a comparison of GP characteristics, their patients, the morbidity managed and treatments provided. Medical Care 1996;34(5): 403-15.

169.           Britt H, Meza RA, Del Mar C. Methodology of morbidity and treatment data collection in general practice in Australia: a comparison of two methods. Fam Pract, 1996;13(5): 462-7.

170.           Britt H, Sayer G. P, Meza RA, Charles J, Miles DA, Bridges-Webb C. The management of immunisation in general practice: results from the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey 1990-1991. Aust Family Physician, 1996;25(3): 355-9.

171.           Britt H. Which code? Which classification? Informatics in Health Care Australia, 1996; 5(4): 140-4.

172.           Buckley N. A, Whyte I. M, Dawson AH, Hazell P, Meza RA, Britt H. An analysis of age and gender influences on the relative risk for suicide and psychotropic drug self-poisoning. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavia 1996;93:168-71.

173.           Carnegie MA, Gomel MK, Saunders J. B, Britt H, Burns L. General practice receptionists' attitudes and beliefs toward preventive medicine before and after training and support interventions. Family Fam Pract 1996;13(6): 504-10.

174.           Cimino JJ. Review paper: Coding systems in health care. Methods Inf Med, 1996; 35: 273-84.

175.           Groen ASM, Hofmans-Okkes IM, Veltman MTM, Lamberts H. Clustercomorboditeit in de huisartspraktijk: gegevens uit het Transitieproject. Tabel met clustercomorboditeit van 75 hoogfrequente episoden. Vakgroep Huisartsgeneeskunde Academisch Medisch Centrum, Amsterdam, 1996.

176.           Groen ASM, Hofmans-Okkes IM, Veltman MTM, Lamberts H. Clustercomorboditeit in het Transitieproject. 1. Omvang. Huisarts Wet 1996;39: 207-12.

177.           Groen ASM, Hofmans-Okkes IM, Veltman MTM, Lamberts H. Clustercomorboditeit in het Transitieproject. 2. Aard en klinische relevantie. Huisarts Wet 1996;39: 212-19.

178.           Hofmans-Okkes IM, Lamberts H. The Classification of mental health problems in family medicine and in psychiatry. State of the art in clinical psychiatry 1996;Feb: 4-28.

179.           Hofmans-Okkes IM, Lamberts H. The International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC): new applications in research and computer-based patient records in family practice. Fam Pract, 1996; 13 (3): 294-302.

180.           Juncosa S. Medir y comparar la Atención Primaria: nuevas necesidades, nuevas herramientas. MEDIFAM 1996;6: 316-320.

181.           Juncosa S, Carrillo E, Bolíbar B, Prados A, Gervás J. Sistemas de clasificación en grupos iso-consumo (case-mix) en atención ambulatoria. Perspectivas para nuestra atención primaria. Atención Primaria 1996;17(1): 76-84.

182.           Klinkman MS. Episodes of care for abdominal pain in a primary care practice. Arch Fam Med, 1996;5: 279-85.

183.           Lamberts H, Hofmans-Okkes IM. The generic patient record: an alliance between patient documentation and medical informatics. Meth Inform Med 1996; 35: 5-7.

184.           Lamberts H, Hofmans-Okkes IM. Episode of care: a core concept in family practice. J Fam Pract, 1996; 42: 161-7.

185.           Lamberts H, Hofmans-Okkes IM. The core of computer based patient records in family practice: episodes of care classified with ICPC. Int Biomed Computing 1996; 42: 35-41.

186.           Lorentzen EF. International Classification of Primary Care converted to ICD-10: Extended Danish ICPC: In : Proceedings of Medical Informatics Europe ´96, 1996: 188-92.

187.           Marquet S. La CISP, un instrument pour la médecine générale. Documents de Recherche en Médecine Générale 1996.

188.           Miles DA, Meza RA, Sayer G, Angelis M, Britt H, Bridges-Webb C, Neary S, Charles J, Traynor V. Professional recognition in general practice: the changing nature of vocational registration. NZ Fam Physician 1996;23: 5-12.

189.           Olaroiu M. Clasificarea Internationala a Ingrijirilor de Sanatate Primara: o noutate epidemiologica. Viata Medicala (Bucuresti, Romania), 1996;34: 348.

190.           Parkerson GR. Jr, Bridges-Webb C, Gervas J. Hofman-Okkes IM, Lamberts H, Froom J, Fischer G, Meyboom-de Jong B, Klinkman M, De Maeseneer J. Classification of severity of health problems in family/general practice: an international field trial. Fam Pract 1996.

191.           Reith D, Dawson A, Epid D, Whyte I, Buckley N, Sayer GP. The toxicity of beta-blockers in overdose. Journal of Toxicology and Clinical Toxicology 1996;34: 273-8.

192.           Rokstad K. [Patient encounters in general practice. An epidemiological survey in Møre and Romsdal]. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen, 1997 Feb 20.

193.           Roland M, Jamoulle M. La céphalée en médecine générale : situation et démarche clinique. Revue Médicale de Bruxelles, 1996;17: 288-92.

194.           Roland M, Jamoulle M, Dendeau B. Approches taxinomiques en médecine de famille, assorties d'une terminologie médicale normalisée et classifiée à usage informatique en soins de santé primaires. (2 vol.) CARE Editions, Bruxelles, 1996.

195.           Roland M, Jamoulle M, Dendeau B, Bouillon MF, Hombergen M. Le Dossier de Santé Informatisé (DSI). Version 3.0. Bruxelles: Fedération des Maisons Médicales / FIGAC; 1996.

196.           Roland M, Jamoulle M, Dendeau B. Le DSI (dossier santé informatisé) et LOCAS (LOgiciel de Codage et d’Acquisition de Synonymes). Courrier de la Fédération des Maisons Médicales 1996(4): 12-21.

197.           Sayer GP, Britt H. Sex differences in morbidity: a case of discrimination in general practice. Soc Sci Med 1996;42( 2): 257-64.

198.           Seys B. L'évaluation des pratiques en médecine générale : concepts et enjeux. [Practice assessment in General Practice: concepts and stakes.] La Revue de la médecine générale. 1996;129: 27-31.

199.           Van Duijn NP, De Maeseneer J. Registreten, classificeren, automatiseren, communiceren, analyseren. Huisarts Wet 1996;39: 257-9.

200.           Vehviläinen AT, et al. Where have all the back pains gone? Changes in the reasons for requiring out-of-hours medical care from a centralized primary care centre after changing to a list system. Fam Pract. 1996 Aug;13(4):373-6.

201.           Visser LE, Vlug AE, van der Lei J, Stricker BH. Cough due to ACE inhibitors: a case-control study using automated general practice data. Eur J Clin Pharmacol. 1996;49(6):439-44.


1997

202.           Bernstein RM. Avoiding the Mismeasurement of Medicine, and Improving Care. Canadian Medical Association Journal, Dec. 15, 1997;157(11):1549-51.

203.           Bernstein RM, Hollingworth GR, Viner G, Shearman J, Labelle C, Thomas R. Reliability Issues in Coding Encounters in Primary Care Using an ICPC/ICD-10-based Controlled Clinical Terminology. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, Symposium Supplement 1997, Vol 21: p 843 and D004493, 1997.

204.           Britt H. A measure of the validity of the ICPC in the classification of reasons for encounter. Journ Informatics in Prim Care. 1997; Nov: 8-12.

205.           Britt H. A new coding tool for computerised clinical systems in primary care - ICPC PLUS. Aust Fam Physician.1997;26(Suppl 2); S79-S82.

206.           Britt H. Recent developments in information management for Primary and Community Health Services. Health Information Management 1997; 26(4): 193-7.

207.           Britt H, Scahill S, Miller G. ICPC PLUS for community health? - a feasibility study. Health Inf Manag 1997; 27(4): 171-175.

208.           Desmarest S, Leurquin P, Tafforeau J, Tellier V, Van der Heyden J, Van Oyen H. La santé de la population en Belgique. Enquête par Interview, Belgique 1997. (Résumé des résultats). Centre de recherche opérationnelle en santé publique, Institut scientifique de la santé publique - Louis Pasteur, Bruxelles, 1998, n° de dépôt D/1998/2505/07.

209.           Delnoij D, Spreeuwenberg P. Variation in GPs' referral rates to specialists in internal medicine. Eur. J. of Pub. Health, 1997;7(4): 427-35.

210.           Gebel R S. Semi-automatic coding with ICPC: the Thesaurus, the algorithm and the Dutch subtitles. Stud Health Technol Inform 1997; 43(Pt A): 421-5.

211.           Gijsen R, Verkleij H, Dijksterhuis PH, Van de Lisdonk EH, Metsemakers JFM, Van der Velden J. Ziektespecifieke vergelijking van de geregistreerde morbiditeit in vier huisartsenregistraties: een analyse ten behoeve van VTV-1997. Ministerie VWS; projectnr. 431501, RIVM, Bilthoven, 1997.

212.           Juncosa S, Bolíbar B. Un sistema de clasificación de pacientes para nuestra atención primaria: los ambulatory care groups (ACGs). Gac Sanit 1997;11(2):83-94.

213.           Lamberts H, Okkes IM. Sense and spesivity in computer based patient records in general practice - the ICPC-ICD-10 conversion structure as the Holy Grail. Aust Fam Physician 1997;26(Suppl 2): s57-9.

214.           Lussier YA, et al. Comparing SNOMED and ICPC retrieval accuracies using relational database models. Proc AMIA Annu Fall Symp, 1997;:514-8.

215.           Okkes IM, Lamberts H. Verschillende frequentiecijfers van aandoeningen bij gezondheidsenquête en huisartsregistraties. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 1997;141: 634-9.

216.           Olaroiu M. Romanian Morbidity Study using ICPC: partial results. In: Proceedings of the 3rd National Congress of General Medicine, Iasi (Romania), 1-4 October 1997.

217.           Reid S, Simpson J, Britt H. Pap smears in general practice: a secondary analysis of the Australian Morbidity and Treatment Survey 1990 to 1991. Aust NZ Journal of Public Health 1997;21: 257-264.

218.           Rokstad K, et al. [Patient encounters in general practice. An epidemiological survey in More and Romsdal]. Norwegian. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen. 1997 Feb 20;117(5):659-64.

219.           Sayer GP, Britt H. Sex differences in prescribed medications: another case of discrimination in general practice. Soc Sci Med 1997;45: 1581-1587.

220.           Sedgewick D. The prescribing of antibiotics for upper  respiratory infections in general practice and its relationship to socio-economic status. Masters of Public Health treatise. Department of Public Health, University of Sydney 1997.

221.           Steen K, et al. [Women and violence. A one-year prospective study from Bergen emergency department]. Norwegian. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen. 1997 Oct 20;117(25):3640-2.

222.           Van Schrojenstein Lantman-de Valk HM, et al. People with intellectual disability in general practice: case definition and case finding. J Intellect Disabil Res. 1997 Oct;41 ( Pt 5):373-9.

223.           Van Suijlekom-Smit LW, et al. Children referred for specialist care: a nationwide study in Dutch general practice. Br J Gen Pract, 1997 Jan;47(414):19-23.

224.           Vehviläinen AT, et al. Reasons for referral from general practice in Finland. Scand J Prim Health Care. 1997 Mar;15(1):43-7.

225.           Versluis RG, et al. [Prevalence of chronic fatigue syndrome in 4 family practices in Leiden]. Dutch. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd. 1997 Aug 2;141(31):1523-6.


1998

226.           Asbjorn H. Continuing mediocal edication: quality issues in continuing medical education. BMJ 1998;316: 621-624.

227.           Bernstein RM, Hollingworth GR, Viner G, Shearman J, Labelle C, Thomas R. Reliability of ICPC and ICD-10 coding of clinical encounters using Encode-FM© as the data entry terminology. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 36.

228.           Bernstein RM, Hollingworth GR, Viner G. Standardised data collection: classifications, nomenclatures and electronic medical records. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 222.

229.           Bijl D. Prescription changes and drug costs at the interface between primary and specialist care. Eur J Clin Pharmacol, 1998 Jun;54(4):333-6.

230.           Brage S, Nygård JF, Tellnes G. The gender gap in musculoskeletal-related long term sickness absence in Norway. Scand J Soc Med, 1998;26: 34-43.

231.           Brage S. Shift of diagnoses during sickness absence. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 221.

232.           Bridges-Webb C. ICPC-2, a new edition. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 220.

233.           Britt H. Reliability of central coding of patient reasons for encounter in general practice, using the International Classification of Primary Care. Journ Informatics in Prim Care. 1998;May: 3-7.

234.           Britt H. (contributor). Australia’s Health 1998. The sixth biennial health report of the Australian Institute of health and Welfare. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), Canberra, 1998.

235.           Britt H, Angelis M, Harris E. The reliability and validity of doctor-recorded morbidity data in active data collection systems. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 1998; 16(1): 50-5.

236.           Britt HC, Scahill S, Sayer GP, Charles J, Miller GC. Computerised secondary coding of General Practice data. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 219.

237.           Britt HC, Scahill S, Miller GC, Reid S. ICPC Plus: a suitable classification system for community health. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 219.

238.           Cost B, Bruijnzeels MA, Van der Schoot AT, Hoes AW. Incidence and management of heart failure in General Practice in The Netherlands. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 180.

239.           De Silva N, Mendis K. One-day general practice morbidity survey in Sri Lanka. Fam Pract 1998 Aug;15(4): 323-31.

240.           Émond JG, Cauchon M, Ouellet J, Beaulieu MD, Brailowski CA, Leduc Y. Observer agreement from Family Practice doctors with ICPC classification according to a manual or computerised method. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 220.

241.           Fodor M, Pakay A, Toth T, Békéssy N. The quality of care In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 259.

242.           Gervás J, Forés M, Bonet M, et al. La Classificación international de atención primaria, Atención Primaria, 1998;5: 164-70.

243.           Gonçalves C, Diogo B. Out of work - Do we know why and the social costs? In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 136.

244.           Grimsmo A, Hagman E, Lorentzen E F, Matthiessen L, Njalsson T. Patients, diagnoses and activities in  general practice 1996. An attempt to make date from computerised medical record  available for comparable statistics. In: Health Statistics in the Nordic Countries 1998: 176-210.

245.           Gulbrandsen P, Fugelli P, Hjortdahl P. Psychosocial problems presented by patients with somatic reasons for encounter: tip of the iceberg? Fam Pract 1998;15(1): 1-8.

246.           Gulbrandsen P, Fugelli P, Sandvik L, Hjortdahl P. Influence of social problems on management in general practice : multipractice questionnaire survey. BMJ 1998;317: 28-32.

247.           Hagen KB, et al.. Work incapacity from low back pain in the general population. Spine, 1998 Oct 1;23(19):2091-5.

248.           Hak E, Van Esen GA, Stalman WAB, De Melker RA. Improving influenza vaccination coverage among high-risk patients: a role for computer-supported prevention strategy? Fam Pract 1998 Apr;15(2): 138-43.

249.           Hayes C, Johnson Z. Exchange of morbidity data between General Practice and Public Health. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 132.

250.           Hays RB, et al. Resource allocation in general practice care. Aust Fam Physician. 1998 Jan;27 Suppl 1:S25-8.

251.           Houmand A, Schroll H, Kragstrup J. What are the costs of episodes of care in General Practice? In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 155.

252.           Jamoulle M, Roland M. Le comité de classification de la WONCA. 1972-1997 : 25 ans au service de la médecine de famille. Exercer, 1998;47: 6-10.

253.           Jamoulle M, Roland M. Presentation of the WCC and ICPC multilingual internet site. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 221.

254.           Jyväsjärvi S, et al. Frequent attenders in a Finnish health centre: morbidity and reasons for encounter. Scand J Prim Health Care, 1998 Sep;16(3):141-8.

255.           Klinkman MS. Chest pain in primary care. In: Weiss BD, ed. 20 Common Problems in Family Practice. McGraw-Hill. New York, NY. 1998, pp. 361-388.

256.           Kumara Mendis. FAMDOC-2: patient record system for a developing country family doctor. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 257.

257.           Kunnamo Ilkka. Physician's desk guidelines. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 262.

258.           Lamberts H, Magruder K, Kathol RG, Pincus HG, Okkes IM. The classification of mental disorders in primary care: a guide through a difficult terrain. Int'l J. Psychiatry in Medicine. 1998;28(2): 159-76.

259.           Lamberts H, Okkes IM, Yamada T, Bujak M. Family Practice epidemiology in three countries. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 122.

260.           Lamberts H, Okkes IM, Yamada T, Bujak M, Boland M, Pace WD. ICPC computer records in five countries. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 122.

261.           Lamberts H, Okkes IM. The core of computer based patient records in family practice. Episodes of care classified with ICPC. In: Hasman A, et al (eds). Health Information Initiatives in the Netherlands, Special Issue of the Dutch Association for Medical Records Administration, The Dutch Association for Medical Records Administration, Amsterdam, 1998.

262.           Leduc Y, Cauchon M, Émond JG, Ouellet J. Descriptive study of a Family Medicine teaching unit's clientele using a computerised version of the ICPC classification. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 221.

263.           Letrilliart L, Guiguet M, Valleron AJ, Flahaut A. A sentinel information system coding reasons for hospitalisation with ICPC. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 197.

264.           Liu JH, et al. Object-oriented modeling and terminologies for drug contraindications. Methods Inf Med. 1998 Jan;37(1):45-52.

265.           Mäntyselkä P. Patient Pain in General Practice. Kuopio: Kuopio University Publications D. Medical Sciences 165, 1998 (in Finnish with English summary).

266.           Martinez C, Juncosa S, Roset M. ¿Está relacionada la gravedad con la utilización de recursos? Una exploración del Duke Severity of Illness Scale (DUSOI). [Is severity related to the utilisation of resources? An exploration of the Duke Severity of Illness Scale] Atención Primaria 1998; 22(5): 285-92.

267.           Mendis Kumara. FAMTAB: a software package for tabulating morbidity data. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 256.

268.           Meijer JS. Zicht op ziekte. De classificatie van ziekten en gezondheidsproblemen in de huisartsgeneeskunde. Thesis Dissertation, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 1998.

269.           Njoo KH, Bakker G, Nijs H, Stoelevaar H. Cardiovascular risk factors in underprivileged areas. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 180.

270.           Njoo KH, Bohnen AM, Duisterhout JS, Van Hoogdalem P, Lee KM, Schaafsma M. Computerised double coding with ICPC and ICD-9. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 180.

271.           Okkes IM, Lamberts H, Sheehan DV. The large majority of personal health care needs, and the application of new data standards in Health Information Systems. A CATI approach in primary care settings. In: Proceedings of the 1997 Joint Meeting of the Public Health Conference on Records and Statistics and the Data Users Conference (CD-ROM). National Center for Health Statistics, US Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, 1998.

272.           Okkes IM, Lamberts H, Yamada T, Bujak M. Reasons for encounter in three countries. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 123.

273.           Okkes IM, Lamberts H, Sheehan DV. Computerised health assessment by telephone. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 123.

274.           Okkes IM, Oskam SK, Lamberts H. Van klacht naar diagnose. Epiosdegegevens uit de huisartsparaktijk (+ CD-ROM). Bussum : Coutinho, 1998.

275.           Roland M, Jamoulle M. Taxonomic approach in Family Medicine/General Practice. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 221.

276.           Schroll H, Houmand A, Kragstrup J. Methods for registration and analysis of diagnosis classified episodes of care in General Practice. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 127.

277.           Sedgewick D. The prescribing of antibiotics for upper respiratory infections in general practice and its relationship to socio-economic status. MPH Treatise, University of Sydney. 1998.

278.           Sweeney PD. Defining the management task using classified codes. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 100.

279.           Van den Akker M, Buntinx F, Metsemakers JFM, Knottnerus JA. Morbidity in responders and non-responders in a register-based population survey. Fam Pract 1998;15(3): 261-3.

280.           Van der Linden PD, Van der Lei J, Vlug AE, Stricker BH. Skin reactions to antibacterial agents in General Practice. J Clin Epidemiol. 1998; 51(8):703-8.

281.           Van der Pasch M. Communication in general practice: recognition and treatment of mental illness. Patient Educ Couns, 1998; Feb;33(2):97-112.

282.           Van Mil JW, et al. The ICPC coding system in pharmacy: developing a subset, ICPC-Ph. Pharm World Sci, 1998 Feb;20(1):38-42.

283.           Van Tulder MW, Koes BW, Metsemakers JFM, Bouter LM. Chronic low back pain in primary care: a prospective study on the management and course. Fam Pract 1998;15(2): 126-32.

284.           Vehviläinen AT, Kumpusalo AK, Takala JK. Saturday night fever? Reasons for referral from health centres to hospitals during weekends in Finland. Fam Pract 1998;15(6): 507-12.

285.           WONCA International Classification Committee. International Classification for Primary Care, Second Edition (ICPC-2). Oxford Medical Publications, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1998.

286.           Wun YT, Lu XQ, Fu XJ, Liang WN. The Chinese translation of ICPC: the methodology. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 220.

287.           Wun YT, Chan K, Lee A. Co-morbidity in general practice. Fam Pract 1998;15(3): 266-8.

288.           Yamada T, Nago N, Asai Y, Hamasaki K, Koga Y, Goto T, Mise J, Yoshimura M. Elderly care in Japan - ICPC data analysis. In: Proceedings of 15th WONCA World Conference, Dublin, 14-18 June 1998, p 163.

289.           Yoo S M, Lee H, et al. Medical counseling through computer communication networks. In: Proceedings of Medinfo 1998; 9(Pt 1): 337-40.


1999

290.           Associação Portuguesa dos Médicos de Clinica Geral. Classificação Internacional de Cuidados Primários. Segunda edição. Lisboa 1999.

291.           Britt H, Miller GC, McGeechan K & Sayer GP. Pathology ordering by general practitioners in Australia 1998. AIHW Cat. No. GEP 4. Canberra: Department of Health and Aged Care, 1999 [cited 30-10-2000].
Available from Internet: http://www.health.gov.au:80/haf/docs/pathorder.htm

292.           Britt H, Sayer GP, Miller GC, Charles J, Scahill S, Horn F & Bhasale A. BEACH Bettering the Evaluation and Care of Health: A study of general practice activity, six-month interim report. AIHW Cat. No. GEP 1. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, (General Practice Series no. 1), 1999.

293.           Britt H, Sayer GP, Miller GC, Charles J, Scahill S, Horn F, Bhasale A, McGeechan K. General practice activity in Australia 1998-99. AIHW Cat. No. GEP 2. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (General Practice Series no.2) 1999.

294.           Budowski M. Pour un langage médical commun standardisé en médecine générale (Abstract). In : Actes du Congrès international de recherche en médecine générale, Rev Prat 1999;13 (454): 568.

295.           Charles J. Changes in morbidity and its management between 1991 and 1997 in general practice in  Victoria. Master of Science in Medicine. Department of General Practice. University of Sydney 1999.

296.           Falcoff H. Le dossier orienté problème existe, je l'ai rencontré. In : L'informatisation du cabinet médical du futur. (Eds. Venot A, Falcoff H), Informatique et Santé. Springer-Verlag, Paris, 1999 (11): 149-57.

297.           Fladby T, Schuster M, et al. Organic brain disease in psychogeriatric patients: impact of symptoms and screening methods on the diagnostic process. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol 1999; 12(1): 16-20.

298.           Grimsmo A, Johnsen K. Data-assisted review of medically treated injuries in general practice. Eur J Gen Pract 1999;5:59-65.

299.           Henderson J. Influencing prescribing behaviour in general practice: a five year follow-up study. Honours Thesis, Bachelor of Applied Science, School of Health Information Management, University of Sydney 1999.

300.           Humbert H, Hidier J. L'urgence au quotidien en médecine de famille. Etude descriptive à l'aide de la CISP. Rev Prat Méd Gén 1999; 13 (465): 1152-8.

301.           Jamoulle M, Roland M, Mennerat F, Humbert J. Origine de la CISP et mise en application actuelle dans les pays francophones. In : L'informatisation du cabinet médical du futur. (Eds. Venot A, Falcoff H), Informatique et Santé. Springer-Verlag, Paris, 1999 (11): 201-12.

302.           Kelly Z. Management of upper gastrointestinal problems for patients presenting to general practice in Australia 1998-99. Honours Thesis, Bachelor of Applied Science, School of Health Information Management, University of Sydney 1999.

303.           Lamberts H, Mennerat F, Okkes I. Dossier de patient structuré en épisodes et analyse des données en médecine générale. 1. La réalité aux Pays-Bas. In : L'informatisation du cabinet médical du futur. (Eds. Venot A, Falcoff H), Informatique et Santé. Springer-Verlag, Paris, 1999 (11): 213-23.

304.           Lorentzen EF, Bentzen N., Grinsted P, Lehrmann T, Poulsen IV, Schroll H. Hvordan du får oveblik over din elektroniske patientjournal. Måneskr.Prakt.Lægegern. 1999; 77: 29-34

305.           Mennerat F, Lamberts H, Okkes I. Dossier de patient structuré en épisodes et analyse des données en médecine générale. 2. Les perspectives en France. In : L'informatisation du cabinet médical du futur. (Eds. Venot A, Falcoff H), Informatique et Santé. Springer-Verlag, Paris, 1999 (11): 225-30.

306.           Mirandá JA. Visites à domicile - Étude pilote européenne de l'European General Practice Research Working Group (EGPRW) (Abstract). In : Actes du Congrès international de recherche en médecine générale, Rev Prat Méd Gén 1999; 13 (454): 570.

307.           Pult L, Borst F, Sztajzel J, Ruiz J, Scherrer JR, Stalder H. Comment classifier les patients en médecine de premier recours ? (How can we classify patients in primary care?) Med Hyg 1999; 57: 1799-804.

308.           Rodrigues JM, Mennerat F, Brûlet JF, Trombert-Paviot B. Une approche case-mix adaptée à l'épisode. In : L'informatisation du cabinet médical du futur. (Eds. Venot A, Falcoff H), Informatique et Santé. Springer-Verlag, Paris, 1999 (11): 241-53.

309.           Sayer GP, Britt H, Horn F, Bhasale A, McGeechan K, Charles J, Miller G, Hull B, Scahill S. Measured health and health care delivery in general practice in Australia. AIHW Cat. No. GEP 3. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (General Practice Series no.3) 1999.

310.           Shipman C, Dale J. Responding to out-of-hours demand: the extent and nature of urgent need. Fam Pract 1999; 16(1): 23-7.

311.           van Binsbergen JJ, Drenthen AJ. ICPC-code approach of nutritional questions in general practice: a look at the future. Eur J Clin Nutr 1999; 53(Suppl 2): S22-4.

312.           Van der Linden PD, Van de Lei J, Nab HW, Knol A, Stricker BH. Achilles tendinitis associated with fluoroquinolones. Br J Clin Pharmacol. 1999; 48(3): 433-7.

313.           Van der Velden K, Fleming DM, Abrahamse H. Screening in Primary Care: health for all? Eur J Pub Health 1999; 9: 290-3.

314.           Vehvilainen AT, Kumpusalo EA, et al. Drinking problems load health centre hospitals in Finland. Scand J Public Health 1999; 27(2): 143-7.

315.           Veitch C, Crossland L, et al. Consumers' after hours health care decisions. Comparison between those who did and those who did not seek care in an Australian provincial city. Aust Fam Physician 1999; 28(10): 1078-83.

2000

316.           Bentzen N. Needed: a people-centred classification of health problems seen in primary care. In: WHO Towards Unity for Health, WHO, Geneva, October 2000, pp 23-25.

317.           Britt H. (contributor). Australia's Health 2000. The seventh biennial health report of the Australian Institute of health and Welfare. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), Canberra, 2000.  

318.           Britt HC, Miller GC. The BEACH study of general practice; providing a unique data to inform health policy and  workforce planning. (Editorial). Med J Aust 2000; 173: 63-64.

319.           Britt H, Miller GC, Charles J, Knox S, Sayer GP, Valenti L, Henderson J & Kelly Z. General practice activity in Australia 1999-2000. AIHW Cat. No. GEP 5. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, (General Practice Series No. 5), 2000.

320.           . Brûlet JF, Trombert-Paviot B, Mennerat F, Rodrigues JM. Organisation et codage des données en médecine ambulatoire (2 parties). [Data organisation and coding in ambulatory medicine (2 parts)]. Rev Prat Med Gen 2000; 14 (488 & 489): 315-9 & 357-62

321.           Havic IN, Kovacic MN, Tiljak H. ICPC - Useful tool for GP job description. Poster. EGPRW Meeting, Zagreb, Croatia, 19th-22nd October 2000.

322.           Kumpusalo E, Mäntyselkä P, Takala J. Chronic pain in primary care. (Correspondence), Fam Pract 2000; 17(4): 352.  

323.            Letrilliart L, Guiguet M, Flahault A. Reliability of report coding of hospital referrals in primary care versus practice-based coding. Eur J Epidemiol. 2000; 16(7): 653-9.

324.            Letrilliart L, Viboud C, Boelle P, Flahault A. Automatic coding of reasons for hospital referral from general medicine free-text reports. Proc AMIA Symp. 2000; (20 Suppl): 487-91.

325.           Miller G, Britt H. ICPC-2-E: the electronic version ICPC-2. (Correspondence), Fam Pract 2000; 17(5): 448.

326.           Okkes IM, Jamoulle M, Lamberts H, Bentzen N. ICPC-2-E: the electronic version of ICPC-2. Differences from the printed version and the consequences. Fam Pract 2000; 17(2): 101-7.

327.           Reiso H, Nygård JF, Brage S, Gulbrandsen P, Tellnes G. Work ability assessed by patients and their GPs in new episodes of sickness certification. Fam Pract 2000; 17(2): 139-44.

328.            Sayer GP, Britt H, Horn F, Bhasale A, McGeechan K, Charles J, Miller GC, Hull B & Scahill S. Measures of health and health care delivery in general practice in Australia. AIHW Cat. No. GEP3. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, (General Practice Series no. 3), 2000.

329.            Wun YT, Lu XQ, Liang WN, Dickinson JA. The work by the developing primary care team in China: a survey of two cities. Fam Pract 2000;17(1):10-15.

 

2001

330.           Baya A. Spécificité de la pratique en médecine générale: motifs de consultation, morbidité et procédures de soins. Étude de cas du CSB Centre ville à Kalaa Kebira, Sousse. Thèse de doctorat, Université de Sousse (Tunisie), 2001.

331.           Bonnet M, Castets A, Moreaud P, Souleau P. Adaptation de la CISP (Classification Internationale des Soins Primaires) au travail de régulation médicale du Centre 15 Gironde. In: Abstracts du 2ème Congrès international de recherche en médecine générale, Biarritz 31 mars & 1er avril 2001, Rev Prat Méd Gén 2001; 15(533): 694.

332.           Britt H, Miller GC, Valenti L. 'It's different in the bush'. A comparision of metropolitan and rural general practice 1998-2000. AIHW Cat. No. GEP 5. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (General Practice Series no.6), 2001.

333.           Jamoulle M, Roland M, Humbert J, Brûlet JF. Traitement de l'information médicale par la Classification Internationale des Soins Primaires CISP-2 Deuxième version. Care Éditions, Waterloo 2001.

334.           Grimsmo A, Hagman E, Falkoe E, Matthiessen L, Njalsson T. Patients, diagnoses and processes in general practice in the Nordic countries - An attempt to make data from computerised medical records available for comparable statistics. Scan J Prim Health Care 2001;19:76-82.

335.           Okkes IM, Groen A, Oskam SK, Lamberts H. Advantages of long observation in episode-oriented electronic patient records in family practice. Method Inform Med 2001; 40: 229-35.

336.           Schroll H. Methods for registration and analysis of episodes of care in general practice classified according to diagnosis. Elderly patients' contacts to their GP registered prospectively using ICPC codes. (Danish) Ph.D disertation, Månedsskrift for Praktisk Lægegerning, København, 2001: 115pp. ISBN 87-88638-13-8.



THESES AND TREATISES: CURRENT

1. Charles J. Changes in morbidity and its management between 1991 and 1997 in general practice in Victoria. (MSc Med). University of Sydney. Sumitted March 1999.
2. Sayer G. BEACH: the utility of general practice data as population health indicators. PhD Thesis.



SOFTWARE AND ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
(Some already quoted in the full list above)

1.     Oskam SK. TRANS. An international access programme for the standard reason for encounter and diagnosis and process output of the Transition Project. Department of General Practice/Family Medicine, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 1992.

2.     Jamoulle M, Roland M, Beaulieu MD. Entraînement à la CISP. Video-didactic cassette. Amsterdam : Department of General Practice/Family Medicine, University of Amsterdam ; 1993.

3.     Lamberts H, Brouwer H. TRANS-HIS, Transition Health information System Software. Department of General Practice/Family Medicine, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 1995.

4.     Lamberts H, Wood M, Hofman-Okkes IM, (eds.) The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community: With a Multi-Language Layer. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1993.

5.     Bentzen N. (ed) WONCA international glossary for general/family practice Fam. Pract. 1995 12: 267 In electronic format : http://www.ulb.ac.be/esp/wicc/letter_a.htm

6.     Mennerat F, Idir H. Transcod : transcodage entre la CIM-10 et la CISP. Version 1.3. Software (4.9 MBytes). Dept. of Publ. Health, Univ. of St Etienne and Club francophone CISP, St Etienne, 1996.

7.     Jamoulle M, Roland M : WICC web site, Public Health School, University of Brussels (ULB), updated since 1997 http://www.ulb.ac.be/esp/wicc/index.html

8.     Mennerat F, Jamoulle M. Updated ICPC Bibliography since 1998 http://www.ulb.ac.be/esp/wicc/icpc_ref.html

9.     Okkes IM, Oskam SK, Lamberts H. Van klacht naar diagnose. Epiosdegegevens uit de huisartsparaktijk (+ CD-ROM). Bussum : Coutinho, 1998.

10. Sassel E. Modélisation orientée problèmes des données médicales recueillies en médecine générale .Thèse de médecine générale.
Défendue le 11 Février 2000 à l'Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg.  http://www.ulb.ac.be/esp/cisp/eric_sassel/index.html

11. Okkes IM, Jamoulle M, Lamberts H, Bentzen N. ICPC-2-E: the electronic version of ICPC-2. Differences from the printed version and the consequences. Fam Pract 2000; 17 (2): 101-7.  Supplementary data for this article containing two files, a MS-Access 97 database file (ICPC2MasterUKAccess97.mdb) and a general information file about the database file (Intro.doc) to be read before using the MS-Access file. http://fampra.oupjournals.org/cgi/content/full/17/2/101/DC1

12. Jamoulle M, Roland M, Humbert J, Brûlet JF. CISP-2-e. Electronic version of the French ICPC, 2001, available on http://www.ulb.ac.be/esp/wicc/down.html

13. Jamoulle M, General practice continuous morbidity registration systems based on electronic medical records in Europe, Euro-med-data Meeting, Brussels, 8 & 9 Dec, 2000  http://www.ulb.ac.be/esp/emd/abstracts_phc.html

14. Jamoulle M, ICPC use in the European Community. Prepared  for the WONCA International Classification Committee at the 16th WONCA World Congress of Family Doctors, Durban, South Africa,13th to the 17th May 2001. http://www.ulb.ac.be/esp/wicc/icpc_2001.html

15. Jamoulle M, Booth N, Bernstein RN. Standardisation, structure and exchange of information in primary care: the aim of clinical coding. Tutorial presented at Medinfo2001, September 2, 2001, London  http://www.ulb.ac.be/esp/wicc/medinfo/aim.html

 
 

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