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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Multimorbidity publications January – April 2012

By Martin Fortin

Dear colleagues,

I would like to share with you the results of our latest literature search for papers on multimorbidity published between January and April 2012, along with the links to the abstracts or full texts:

1. Hudon C, Fortin M, Poitras M-E, Almirall J. The relationship between literacy and multimorbidity in a primary care setting. BMC Family Practice. 2012;13:33. [Full Text]

2. France EF, Wyke S, Gunn JM, Mair FS, McLean G, Mercer SW. Multimorbidity in primary care: a systematic review of prospective cohort studies. Br J Gen Pract. Apr 2012;62(597):297-307.[Abstract]

3. Smith SM, Soubhi H, Fortin M, Hudon C, O’Dowd T. Interventions for improving outcomes in patients with multimorbidity in primary care and community settings. Cochrane Database Syst Rev (2):CD003638. 2012;4:CD006560.[Abstract]

4. Schafer I, Hansen H, Schon G, et al. The influence of age, gender and socio-economic status on multimorbidity patterns in primary care. first results from the multicare cohort study. BMC Health Serv Res. 2012;12:89.[Full Text]

5. Spruit-van Eijk M, Zuidema SU, Buijck BI, Koopmans RT, Geurts AC. To what extent can multimorbidity be viewed as a determinant of postural control in stroke patients? Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2012.93(6):1021-1026.[Abstract]

6. Fuchs J, Busch M, Lange C, Scheidt-Nave C. Prevalence and patterns of morbidity among adults in Germany. Results of the German telephone health interview survey German Health Update (GEDA) 2009. Bundesgesundheitsblatt Gesundheitsforschung Gesundheitsschutz. Apr 2012;55(4):576-586. [Abstract]

7. Agborsangaya CB, Lau D, Lahtinen M, Cooke T, Johnson JA. Multimorbidity prevalence and patterns across socioeconomic determinants: a cross-sectional survey. BMC Public Health. 2012;12:201.[Full text]

8. Diederichs CP, Wellmann J, Bartels DB, Ellert U, Hoffmann W, Berger K. How to weight chronic diseases in multimorbidity indices? Development of a new method on the basis of individual data from five population-based studies. J Clin Epidemiol. Jun 2012;65(6):679-685.[Abstract]

9. Fortin M, Stewart M, Poitras M-E, Almirall J, Maddocks H. A Systematic Review of Prevalence Studies on Multimorbidity: Toward a More Uniform Methodology. Ann Fam Med. 2012;10:142-151.[Full Text]

10. Huntley AL, Johnson R, Purdy S, Valderas JM, Salisbury C. Measures of multimorbidity and morbidity burden for use in primary care and community settings: a systematic review and guide. Ann Fam Med. Mar-Apr 2012;10(2):134-141.[Full Text]

11. Goodman RA, Parekh AK, Koh HK. Toward a more cogent approach to the challenges of multimorbidity. Ann Fam Med. Mar-Apr 2012;10(2):100-101. [Full Text]

12. Schneider F, Kaplan V, Rodak R, Battegay E, Holzer B. Prevalence of multimorbidity in medical inpatients. Swiss Med Wkly. 2012;142:w13533. [Full Text]

13. Prados-Torres A, Poblador-Plou B, Calderon-Larranaga A, et al. Multimorbidity patterns in primary care: interactions among chronic diseases using factor analysis. PLoS One. 2012;7(2):e32190. [Full Text]

14. Bower P, Harkness E, Macdonald W, Coventry P, Bundy C, Moss-Morris R. Illness representations in patients with multimorbid long-term conditions: Qualitative study. Psychol Health. Mar 5 2012. [Abstract]

15. Garcia-Olmos L, Salvador CH, Alberquilla A, et al. Comorbidity patterns in patients with chronic diseases in general practice. PLoS One. 2012;7(2):e32141. [Full Text]

16. Nagl A, Witte J, Hodek JM, Greiner W. Relationship between multimorbidity and direct healthcare costs in an advanced elderly population. Results of the PRISCUS trial. Z Gerontol Geriatr. Feb 2012;45(2):146-154. [Abstract]

17. Poitras M-E, Fortin M, Hudon C, Haggerty J, Almirall J. Validation of the disease burden morbidity assessment by self-report in a French-speaking population. BMC Health Service Research. 2012;12:35. [Full Text]

18. Cheung CL, Nguyen US, Au E, Tan KC, Kung AW. Association of handgrip strength with chronic diseases and multimorbidity : A cross-sectional study. Age (Dordr). Feb 8 2012. [Abstract]

19. Freund T, Kunz CU, Ose D, Szecsenyi J, Peters-Klimm F. Patterns of multimorbidity in primary care patients at high risk of future hospitalization. Popul Health Manag. Apr 2012;15(2):119-124. [Abstract]

20. Kirchberger I, Meisinger C, Heier M, et al. Patterns of multimorbidity in the aged population. Results from the KORA-Age study. PLoS One. 2012;7(1):e30556. [Full Text]

21. Perruccio AV, Katz JN, Losina E. Health burden in chronic disease: multimorbidity is associated with self-rated health more than medical comorbidity alone. J Clin Epidemiol. Jan 2012;65(1):100-106. [Abstract]

22. Harrison M, Reeves D, Harkness E, et al. A secondary analysis of the moderating effects of depression and multimorbidity on the effectiveness of a chronic disease self-management programme. Patient Educ Couns. Apr 2012;87(1):67-73. [Abstract]

23. Schuz B, Wurm S, Warner LM, Ziegelmann JP. Self-efficacy and multiple illness representations in older adults: a multilevel approach. Psychol Health. Jan 2012;27(1):13-29. [Abstract]

24. Gunn JM, Ayton DR, Densley K, et al. The association between chronic illness, multimorbidity and depressive symptoms in an Australian primary care cohort. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. Feb 2012;47(2):175-184. [Abstract]

25. McCann L, Lloyd F, Parsons C, et al. “They come with multiple morbidities”: a qualitative assessment of pharmacist prescribing. J Interprof Care. Mar 2012;26(2):127-133. [Abstract]

26. Vogel I, Miksch A, Goetz K, Ose D, Szecsenyi J, Freund T. The impact of perceived social support and sense of coherence on health-related quality of life in multimorbid primary care patients. Chronic Illn. Apr 19 2012. [Epub ahead of print] [Abstract]

27. Henninger DE, Whitson HE, Cohen HJ, Ariely D. Higher medical morbidity burden is associated with external locus of control. J Am Geriatr Soc. Apr 2012;60(4):751-755. [Abstract]

28. Kamerow D. How can we treat multiple chronic conditions? BMJ. 2012;344:e1487. (No abstract available)

All references are included in our library. Feel free to share with anyone interested in multimorbidity!