Presentations

Gut feelings questionnaire in real settings: a feasibility study protocol

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Marie Barais will present on the 79the EGPRN conference (Heraklion-Greece) in a five minutes-one slide presentation a multinational feasability study protocol of the gut feelings questionnaire (GFQ). The GFQ is a 10 items questionnaire based on the consensus statements defining gut feelings in a general practitioner’s diagnostic reasoning. The construct validity of the questionnaire was tested by case vignettes.The aim of the GFQ… read more

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Presentation Medical Decision Making in Antwerp 2014

Monday, May 12th, 2014

Prof. P. Van Royen gave an poster presentation at the 15th Biennial European Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making in Antwerp, Belgium (8-10 June 2014). How do gut feelings feature in tutorial dialogues on diagnostic reasoning in GP traineeship? Introduction: Diagnostic reasoning is considered to be based on the interaction between analytical and non-analytical… read more

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How family physicians come to suspect pulmonary embolism?

Saturday, October 5th, 2013

  Background: The Wells rule is a tool to support physicians in their decisions regarding Pulmonary Embolism (PE). The rule includes a subjective element: 3 points are allocated to the physician’s assessment whether PE is more likely than an alternative diagnosis. The diagnostic process leading to the suspicion of PE is not well described in… read more

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Clinician’s gut feeling about dypnea and chest pain in primary care: a poster presentation

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

Marie Barais, PhD student in Brest, presented her ongoing study into the significance of the sense of alarm in chest pain in primary care at the EGPRN conference in Kusadasi (Turkey) (See poster gut feeling dyspnea chest pain poster mb 2)

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Analytical and non-analytical reasoning in tutorial dialogues

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Erik Stolper presented in behalf of the Maastricht-Antwerp group the first results of a study ‘Analytical and non-analytical reasoning in tutorial dialogues and the use of knowledge’.... read more

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The linguistic validation of the Gut Feelings Questionnaire from English to Polish

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Slawek Czachowski and Agnieszka Sowinska presented the first results of the linguistic validation of the Gut Feelings Questionnaire (English to Polish). ... read more

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Luc Ciompi’s affect-logic

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Luc Ciompi’s affect-logic and the significance for GPs' diagnostic reasoning... read more

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Gut Feelings Consensus in General Practice in France: final results

Tuesday, May 24th, 2011

Eight consensus criteria were obtained at the third round Delphi and these criteria are similar to those developed by the Dutch and French academic GPs.... read more

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EGPRN 2010 – Validation of a GP’s gut feelings questionnaire

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

Conclusion: The construct validity of the questionnaire was found to be moderate to good. The Dutch GP’s gut feelings questionnaire can be used to record the use of gut feelings in general practice and the effect of educational interventions about gut feelings.... read more

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WONCA 2009 – Consensus about Gut Feelings in France

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

Conclusion: The “sense of alarm” and the “sense of reassurance” are well-defined concepts also in France, with many similarities between the Dutch and the French statements. This seems to indicate that gut feelings is a self contained concept. ... read more

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