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  • Salisbury, Chris; Goodall, Stephen; Montgomery, Alan; Pickin, Mark; Sampson, Fiona; Edwards, S; Simons, L; Lattimer, V (Royal College of General Practitioners, 2007)
    Background: General practices in England have been encouraged to introduce Advanced Access, but there is no robust evidence that this is associated with improved access in ways that matter to patients. Aim: To compare ...
  • Salisbury, Chris; Montgomery, Alan; Simons, L; Sampson, Fiona; Edwards, S; Baxter, H; Goodall, Stephen; Smith, H; Lattimer, V; Pickin, Mark (Royal College of General Practitioners, 2007)
    BACKGROUND: Case studies from the US suggest that Advanced Access appointment systems lead to shorter delays for appointments, reduced workload, and increased continuity of care. AIM: To determine whether implementation ...
  • Sampson, Fiona; Pickin, Mark; O'Cathain, Alicia; Goodall, Stephen; Salisbury, Chris (Royal College of General Practitioners, 2008)
    Following recent concerns about patients' inability to book appointments in advance, this study examined the relationship between the proportion of GP appointments reserved for same-day booking, and patient satisfaction ...
  • Goodall, Stephen; Montgomery, Alan; Banks, Jon; Sampson, Fiona; Pickin, Mark; Salisbury, Chris (Royal College of General Practitioners, 2006)
    Advanced Access has been strongly promoted as a means of improving access to general practice. Key principles include measuring demand, matching capacity to demand, managing demand in different ways and having contingency ...