Magali Coppens got first prize for her Gut Feelings Thesis

Monday, December 20th, 2010

The French Collège National des Généralsites Enseignants (CNGE) with GPs involved in academic educational or research programmes, is putting up an annual prize for the best thesis, the Prix National de Thèse du CNGE. This year Magali Coppens, a young GP, won this price with her thesis entiteld Le 6ème sens en médecine générale: Validation d’un consensus néerlandais…. read more

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‘Gut feelings’ in general practice in Europe

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Conclusion: the 'sense of alarm' is a familiar phenomenon in general practices in Europe. We propose to use the English phrase 'gut feelings' in further research reports. ... 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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