Martin Roland mainly investigates Health care, Nursing, Public health, Family medicine and MEDLINE. The Health care study combines topics in areas such as Quality, Epidemiology, Quartile, Emergency medicine and Pediatrics. His Nursing research incorporates elements of Quality and Outcomes Framework, Primary care, Program evaluation and Patient participation.
Martin Roland combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Quality of care, Asthma, Socioeconomic status and Pay for performance with his study of Public health. His Family medicine study incorporates themes from Patient satisfaction, Test, Health records and Chronic disease. Martin Roland has researched MEDLINE in several fields, including Quality assurance, Primary health care, Gerontology and Comorbidity.
His main research concerns Nursing, Family medicine, Health care, Primary care and Quality. Particularly relevant to Public health is his body of work in Nursing. His study in Family medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Patient satisfaction, Ambulatory care and Patient experience.
His work in Health care tackles topics such as Public relations which are related to areas like Clinical governance. Martin Roland is involved in the study of Quality that focuses on Quality and Outcomes Framework in particular. His research investigates the link between Quality and Outcomes Framework and topics such as Pay for performance that cross with problems in Reimbursement.
His primary areas of investigation include Family medicine, Nursing, Patient experience, Primary care and Health care. His Family medicine research integrates issues from Cross-sectional study, Health services research, Ethnic group and Young adult. His work deals with themes such as General practice, Professional development and Quality management, which intersect with Nursing.
His Patient experience research also works with subjects such as
Family medicine, Nursing, Patient experience, Health care and Primary care are his primary areas of study. His study in the fields of Referral under the domain of Nursing overlaps with other disciplines such as Applied research. His Patient experience research incorporates themes from Patient satisfaction, Focus group, Receptionists and MEDLINE.
His MEDLINE research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public health and Quality of life. His work on Health policy, Health care quality and Ambulatory care as part of general Health care study is frequently linked to Workload, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Primary care research includes themes of Quality, Quality of care, Pay for performance, General practice and Patient survey.
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A study of the natural history of back pain. Part I: development of a reliable and sensitive measure of disability in low-back pain.
Martin Roland;Richard Morris.
The Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire and the Oswestry Disability Questionnaire.
Martin Roland;Jeremy Fairbank.
Defining quality of care
S.M Campbell;M.O Roland;S.A Buetow.
Defining Comorbidity: Implications for Understanding Health and Health Services
Jose M. Valderas;Barbara Starfield;Bonnie Sibbald;Chris Salisbury.
Annals of Family Medicine (2009)
Outcome measures for low back pain research. A proposal for standardized use.
Richard A. Deyo;Michele Battie;A. J. H. M. Beurskens;Claire Bombardier.
Pay-for-Performance Programs in Family Practices in the United Kingdom
Tim Doran;Catherine Fullwood;Hugh Gravelle;David Reeves.
Linking physicians' pay to the quality of care--a major experiment in the United kingdom.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2004)
What are pragmatic trials
Martin Roland;David J Torgerson.
Effects of Pay for Performance on the Quality of Primary Care in England
Stephen M. Campbell;David Reeves;Evangelos Kontopantelis;Bonnie Sibbald.
Understanding controlled trials: Why are randomised controlled trials important?
Bonnie Sibbald;Martin Roland.
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