Willemijn Schäfer
Willemijn Schäfer
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The Netherlands: health system review
W Schäfer, M Kroneman, W Boerma, M Van den Berg, G Westert, ...
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe, 2010
QUALICOPC, a multi-country study evaluating quality, costs and equity in primary care
WLA Schäfer, WGW Boerma, DS Kringos, J De Maeseneer, S Greß, ...
BMC family practice 12, 1-9, 2011
Is Credé’s prophylaxis for ophthalmia neonatorum still valid?
UC Schaller, V Klauss
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 79 (3), 262-266, 2001
Measures of quality, costs and equity in primary health care: instruments developed to analyse and compare primary health care in 35 countries
WLA Schäfer, WGW Boerma, DS Kringos, E De Ryck, S Greß, ...
Quality in primary care 21 (2), 67-79, 2013
The Netherlands: health system review
W Schafer, M Kroneman, W Boerma, M van den Berg, G Westert, ...
Health Syst Transit 12 (1), 1-228, 2010
The benefits of co-location in primary care practices: the perspectives of general practitioners and patients in 34 countries
M Bonciani, W Schäfer, S Barsanti, S Heinemann, PP Groenewegen
BMC health services research 18, 1-22, 2018
Two decades of change in European general practice service profiles: conditions associated with the developments in 28 countries between 1993 and 2012
WLA Schäfer, WGW Boerma, P Spreeuwenberg, FG Schellevis, ...
Scandinavian journal of primary health care 34 (1), 97-110, 2016
Primary care practice composition in 34 countries
P Groenewegen, S Heinemann, S Greß, W Schäfer
Health Policy 119 (12), 1576-1583, 2015
Informing primary care reform in Greece: patient expectations and experiences (the QUALICOPC study)
C Lionis, S Papadakis, C Tatsi, A Bertsias, G Duijker, PB Mekouris, ...
BMC health services research 17, 1-13, 2017
General practitioners’ participation in a large, multicountry combined general practitioner-patient survey: recruitment procedures and participation rate
PP Groenewegen, S Greß, W Schäfer
International journal of family medicine 2016, 2016
Shared decision making between patient and GP about referrals from primary care: Does gatekeeping make a difference?
AM Rotar, MJ Van Den Berg, W Schäfer, DS Kringos, NS Klazinga
PloS one 13 (6), e0198729, 2018
Patient-perceived responsiveness of primary care systems across Europe and the relationship with the health expenditure and remuneration systems of primary care doctors
AM Murante, C Seghieri, M Vainieri, WLA Schäfer
Social Science & Medicine 186, 139-147, 2017
Communication between general practitioners and medical specialists in the referral process: a cross-sectional survey in 34 countries
G Scaioli, WLA Schäfer, WGW Boerma, PMM Spreeuwenberg, ...
BMC family practice 21, 1-9, 2020
Are people’s health care needs better met when primary care is strong? A synthesis of the results of the QUALICOPC study in 34 countries
WLA Schäfer, WGW Boerma, MJ van den Berg, J De Maeseneer, ...
Primary Health Care Research & Development 20, e104, 2019
GP practices as a one‐stop shop: How do patients perceive the quality of care? A cross‐sectional study in thirty‐four countries
WLA Schäfer, WGW Boerma, FG Schellevis, PP Groenewegen
Health services research 53 (4), 2047-2063, 2018
Healthcare assistants in EU member states: an overview
M Kroezen, W Schäfer, W Sermeus, J Hansen, R Batenburg
Health Policy 122 (10), 1109-1117, 2018
Priorities for health services research in primary care.
W Schäfer, PP Groenewegen, J Hansen, N Black
Quality in primary care 19 (2), 77-83, 2011
Stressed and overworked? A cross-sectional study of the working situation of urban and rural general practitioners in Austria in the framework of the QUALICOPC project
K Hoffmann, S Wojczewski, A George, WLA Schäfer, M Maier
Croatian medical journal 56 (4), 366-374, 2015
The association between the workload of general practitioners and patient experiences with care: results of a cross-sectional study in 33 countries
WLA Schäfer, MJ van den Berg, PP Groenewegen
Human Resources for Health 18, 1-9, 2020
Job satisfaction of general practitioners: a cross-sectional survey in 34 countries
EJ Stobbe, PP Groenewegen, W Schäfer
Human resources for health 19 (1), 57, 2021
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