His scientific interests lie mostly in Health care, Health policy, Global health, Health promotion and Family medicine. His Health care study combines topics in areas such as Nursing, School health, Demography and Epidemiology. His Nursing study incorporates themes from Quality costs, Primary care and Cross-cultural studies.
The Health policy study combines topics in areas such as Developing country, Research design, Financial management and Public relations. His studies deal with areas such as Psychological intervention, Psychiatry, Overweight, Health administration and Community health as well as Health promotion. His Family medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Patient satisfaction, Cohort study, Patient participation and Blinding.
Jan De Maeseneer spends much of his time researching Family medicine, Health care, Nursing, Primary care and Health policy. His work on General practice as part of general Family medicine research is frequently linked to Cross-sectional study, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. In the subject of general Health care, his work in Health promotion, Global health, Health administration and Health services research is often linked to Context, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychological intervention and Health education. His research integrates issues of Psychosocial, Mental health and Qualitative research in his study of Nursing. His Health policy research incorporates elements of Health equity, Evidence-based medicine and Developing country.
His main research concerns Health care, Family medicine, Nursing, Primary care and Health policy. The various areas that Jan De Maeseneer examines in his Health care study include Workforce development and Medical education. His Family medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Multidisciplinary approach, Training and Chronic disease.
His Nursing research includes themes of Workforce, Workforce planning, Interprofessional education, Health needs and Primary health care. As a part of the same scientific family, Jan De Maeseneer mostly works in the field of Primary health care, focusing on Public health and, on occasion, Payment system. His Health policy study incorporates themes from Action, Health services research, Public relations, Public administration and Health education.
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Acute kidney injury: an increasing global concern
Norbert H Lameire;Arvind Bagga;Dinna Cruz;Jan De Maeseneer.
The Lancet (2013)
Consultation length in general practice: cross sectional study in six European countries
Myriam Deveugele;Anselm Derese;Atie van den Brink-Muinen;Jozien Bensing.
Medical students' personality characteristics and academic performance: a five‐factor model perspective
Filip Lievens;Pol Coetsier;Filip De Fruyt;Jan De Maeseneer.
Teaching communication skills to medical students, a challenge in the curriculum?
Myriam Deveugele;Anselme Derese;Stéphanie De Maesschalck;Sara Willems.
Patient Education and Counseling (2005)
The primary health-care system in China
Xi Li;Jiapeng Lu;Shuang Hu;KK Cheng;KK Cheng.
The Lancet (2017)
The need for research in primary care.
Jan M De Maeseneer;Mieke L van Driel;Larry A Green;Chris van Weel.
The Lancet (2003)
QUALICOPC, a multi-country study evaluating quality, costs and equity in primary care
Willemijn L A Schäfer;W G Wienke Boerma;Dionne S Kringos;Jan De Maeseneer.
BMC Family Practice (2011)
Provider continuity in family medicine: does it make a difference for total health care costs?
Jan M. De Maeseneer;Lutgarde De Prins;Christiane Gosset;Jozef Heyerick.
Annals of Family Medicine (2003)
Are Sore Throat Patients Who Hope for Antibiotics Actually Asking for Pain Relief
Mieke L Van Driel;An I De Sutter;Myriam Deveugele;Wim Peersman.
Annals of Family Medicine (2006)
Strengthening primary care: addressing the disparity between vertical and horizontal investment.
Jan De Maeseneer;Chris van Weel;David Egilman;Khaya Mfenyana.
British Journal of General Practice (2008)
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