Long-term monitoring in primary care for chronic kidney disease and chronic heart failure: a multi-method research programme
BackgroundLong-term monitoring is important in chronic condition management. Despite considerable costs of monitoring, there is no or poor evidence on how, what and when to monitor. The aim of this study was to improve understanding, methods, evidence base and practice of clinical monitoring in primary care, focusing on two areas: chronic kidney disease and chronic heart failure.
ObjectivesThe research questions were as follows: does the choi... Expand abstract
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