Burnand, Bernard

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Medical researchers evaluate their methodological skills 2004 445 0
Essentials of good epidemiological practice 2005 435 0
Secondhand smoke and health-related quality of life in never smokers: results from the SAPALDIA cohort study 2 2007 438 0
Effectiveness of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease-management programs: systematic review and meta-analysis 2008 412 0
Hypertension and intra-operative incidents: a multicentre study of 125,000 surgical procedures in Swiss hospitals 2009 457 0
Appropriateness of therapy for fistulizing Crohn's disease: findings from a national inflammatory bowel disease cohort 2010 452 0
Infliximab for Crohn's disease in the Swiss IBD Cohort Study: clinical management and appropriateness 2010 359 3
Le médecin face aux inégalités sociales de santé: quel pouvoir d'action? 2012 361 2
Development and validation of a clinical prediction rule for chest wall syndrome in primary care 2012 524 1333
Penetrating or stricturing diseases are the major determinants of time to first and repeat resection surgery in Crohn's disease 2013 461 0
Renoncement aux soins : comment appréhender cette réalité en médecine de premier recours ? 2014 291 1
Appropriateness and long-term discontinuation rate of biological therapies in ulcerative colitis 2014 409 0
Multimorbidity in primary care: protocol of a national cross-sectional study in Switzerland 2015 387 222
From chronic conditions to relevance in multimorbidity: a four-step study in family medicine 2016 443 277
Multimorbidity and patterns of chronic conditions in a primary care population in Switzerland: a cross-sectional study 2017 361 131
Multimorbidity: can general practitioners identify the health conditions most important to their patients? Results from a national cross-sectional study in Switzerland 2018 315 109
Factors associated with health literacy in multimorbid patients in primary care: a cross-sectional study in Switzerland 2018 393 119
Family practitioners' top medical priorities when managing patients with multimorbidity: a cross-sectional study 2019 328 104
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