Burnand, Bernard

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Family practitioners' top medical priorities when managing patients with multimorbidity: a cross-sectional study 2019 323 102
Multimorbidity: can general practitioners identify the health conditions most important to their patients? Results from a national cross-sectional study in Switzerland 2018 311 107
Factors associated with health literacy in multimorbid patients in primary care: a cross-sectional study in Switzerland 2018 389 117
Multimorbidity and patterns of chronic conditions in a primary care population in Switzerland: a cross-sectional study 2017 357 130
From chronic conditions to relevance in multimorbidity: a four-step study in family medicine 2016 439 273
Multimorbidity in primary care: protocol of a national cross-sectional study in Switzerland 2015 383 221
Renoncement aux soins : comment appréhender cette réalité en médecine de premier recours ? 2014 288 1
Appropriateness and long-term discontinuation rate of biological therapies in ulcerative colitis 2014 406 0
Penetrating or stricturing diseases are the major determinants of time to first and repeat resection surgery in Crohn's disease 2013 457 0
Le médecin face aux inégalités sociales de santé: quel pouvoir d'action? 2012 357 1
Development and validation of a clinical prediction rule for chest wall syndrome in primary care 2012 521 1323
Appropriateness of therapy for fistulizing Crohn's disease: findings from a national inflammatory bowel disease cohort 2010 449 0
Infliximab for Crohn's disease in the Swiss IBD Cohort Study: clinical management and appropriateness 2010 356 3
Hypertension and intra-operative incidents: a multicentre study of 125,000 surgical procedures in Swiss hospitals 2009 452 0
Effectiveness of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease-management programs: systematic review and meta-analysis 2008 409 0
Secondhand smoke and health-related quality of life in never smokers: results from the SAPALDIA cohort study 2 2007 434 0
Essentials of good epidemiological practice 2005 432 0
Medical researchers evaluate their methodological skills 2004 442 0
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