Basale journaloplysninger om risikofaktorer. Underernaering, overvaegt, fysisk inaktivitet, rygning og alkohol

Hanne Tønnesen, Nina Roswall, Mette Dissing Odgaard, Klaus Michael Pedersen, Karen Lindorff Larsen, Bjørn Mathiassen, Richard Farlie, Anders Elbirk, Mogens Hüttel, Lasse Danborg, Vibeke Vestermark, Anette Lykke Petri, Niels Ebbehøj, Marianne Frederiksen, Tatjana Hejgaard

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INTRODUCTION: Lifestyle factors are important for clinical outcome. Systematic and early identification of these factors is important in order to offer relevant lifestyle intervention programmes. The objective was to evaluate whether basic registration of risk factors was understandable, applicable and sufficient in the clinical workday. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Eleven clinical specialists participated from a broad range of departments. They performed identification and registration of malnutrition, overweight, physical inactivity, smoking and harmful alcohol consumption based on medical records from own departments (in total 2420 times). The specialists then evaluated the understanding, applicability and sufficiency (363 times). Their comments were noted. RESULTS: Identification and registration was accomplished for 85% (0-100%) of the records. Except for two fields--"measurements of waist" and "other training programs"--the specialists found the basic registration understandable, applicable and sufficient. They lacked more details regarding stress-response in the information material and pointed out inconsistencies in the wording. Ten specialists found that the recommended clinical approach was possible to implement in the present routines. CONCLUSION: Basic registration of lifestyle factors for adult patients is possible and clinical relevant. It is recommended that the Danish National Board of Health uses the results in future.
Udgivelsesdato: 2008-May-12
OriginalsprogDansk
TidsskriftUgeskrift for læger
Vol/bind170
Udgave nummer20
Sider (fra-til)1747-52
Antal sider5
ISSN0041-5782
StatusUdgivet - 12. maj 2008

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Tønnesen, H., Roswall, N., Odgaard, M. D., Pedersen, K. M., Larsen, K. L., Mathiassen, B., ... Hejgaard, T. (2008). Basale journaloplysninger om risikofaktorer. Underernaering, overvaegt, fysisk inaktivitet, rygning og alkohol. Ugeskrift for læger, 170(20), 1747-52.
Tønnesen, Hanne ; Roswall, Nina ; Odgaard, Mette Dissing ; Pedersen, Klaus Michael ; Larsen, Karen Lindorff ; Mathiassen, Bjørn ; Farlie, Richard ; Elbirk, Anders ; Hüttel, Mogens ; Danborg, Lasse ; Vestermark, Vibeke ; Petri, Anette Lykke ; Ebbehøj, Niels ; Frederiksen, Marianne ; Hejgaard, Tatjana. / Basale journaloplysninger om risikofaktorer. Underernaering, overvaegt, fysisk inaktivitet, rygning og alkohol. I: Ugeskrift for læger. 2008 ; Bind 170, Nr. 20. s. 1747-52.
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Tønnesen H, Roswall N, Odgaard MD, Pedersen KM, Larsen KL, Mathiassen B et al. Basale journaloplysninger om risikofaktorer. Underernaering, overvaegt, fysisk inaktivitet, rygning og alkohol. Ugeskrift for læger. 2008 maj 12;170(20):1747-52.