1. Organization of primary health care in pandemics

    This article has 4 authors:
    1. Thiago Dias Sarti
    2. Welington Serra Lazarini
    3. Leonardo Ferreira Fontenelle
    4. Ana Paula Santana Coelho Almeida

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  2. Clinical features and natural history of the first 2073 suspected COVID-19 cases in the Corona São Caetano primary care programme: a prospective cohort study

    This article has 17 authors:
    1. Fabio E Leal
    2. Maria C Mendes-Correa
    3. Lewis Fletcher Buss
    4. Silvia F Costa
    5. Joao C S Bizario
    6. Sonia R P de Souza
    7. Osorio Thomaz
    8. Tania Regina Tozetto-Mendoza
    9. Lucy S Villas-Boas
    10. Léa Campos de Oliveira-da Silva
    11. Regina M Z Grespan
    12. Ligia Capuani
    13. Renata Buccheri
    14. Helves Domingues
    15. Neal Alexander
    16. Philippe Mayaud
    17. Ester Cerdeira Sabino

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  3. Prognostic factors in Spanish COVID-19 patients: A case series from Barcelona

    This article has 12 authors:
    1. Antoni Sisó-Almirall
    2. Belchin Kostov
    3. Minerva Mas-Heredia
    4. Sergi Vilanova-Rotllan
    5. Ethel Sequeira-Aymar
    6. Mireia Sans-Corrales
    7. Elisenda Sant-Arderiu
    8. Laia Cayuelas-Redondo
    9. Angela Martínez-Pérez
    10. Noemí García-Plana
    11. August Anguita-Guimet
    12. Jaume Benavent-Àreu

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  4. Prevalence of suspected COVID-19 infection in patients from ethnic minority populations: a cross-sectional study in primary care

    This article has 5 authors:
    1. Sally A Hull
    2. Crystal Williams
    3. Mark Ashworth
    4. Chris Carvalho
    5. Kambiz Boomla

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  5. Health literacy of inland population in the mitigation phase 3.2. of COVID-19's pandemic in Portugal - a descriptive cohort study

    This article has 4 authors:
    1. Joana Gomes da Silva
    2. Carla Sofia Silva
    3. Barbara Alexandre
    4. Pedro Morgado

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  6. On the Front (Phone) Lines: Results of a COVID-19 Hotline

    This article has 9 authors:
    1. David Margolius
    2. Mary Hennekes
    3. Jimmy Yao
    4. Douglas Einstadter
    5. Douglas Gunzler
    6. Nabil Chehade
    7. Ashwini R. Sehgal
    8. Yasir Tarabichi
    9. Adam T. Perzynski

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  7. Prepared and highly committed despite the risk of COVID-19 infection: a cross-sectional survey of primary care physicians’ concerns and coping strategies in Singapore

    This article has 10 authors:
    1. Jerrald Lau
    2. David Hsien-Yung Tan
    3. Gretel Jianlin Wong
    4. Yii-Jen Lew
    5. Ying-Xian Chua
    6. Lian-Leng Low
    7. Han-Kwee Ho
    8. Thiam-Soo Kwek
    9. Sue-Anne Ee-Shiow Toh
    10. Ker-Kan Tan

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  8. Risk factors for a positive SARS-CoV-2 PCR in patients with common cold symptoms in a primary care setting – a retrospective analysis based on a joint documentation standard

    This article has 5 authors:
    1. Johannes Just
    2. Marie-Therese Puth
    3. Felix Regenold
    4. Klaus Weckbecker
    5. Markus Bleckwenn

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  9. Primary Care Practitioners’ Response to 2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak in China

    This article has 4 authors:
    1. Zhijie Xu
    2. Yi Qian
    3. Lizheng Fang
    4. Mi Yao

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  10. Eleven key measures for monitoring general practice clinical activity during COVID-19: A retrospective cohort study using 48 million adults’ primary care records in England through OpenSAFELY

    This article has 48 authors:
    1. Louis Fisher
    2. Helen J Curtis
    3. Richard Croker
    4. Milan Wiedemann
    5. Victoria Speed
    6. Christopher Wood
    7. Andrew Brown
    8. Lisa EM Hopcroft
    9. Rose Higgins
    10. Jon Massey
    11. Peter Inglesby
    12. Caroline E Morton
    13. Alex J Walker
    14. Jessica Morley
    15. Amir Mehrkar
    16. Seb Bacon
    17. George Hickman
    18. Orla Macdonald
    19. Tom Lewis
    20. Marion Wood
    21. Martin Myers
    22. Miriam Samuel
    23. Robin Conibere
    24. Wasim Baqir
    25. Harpreet Sood
    26. Charles Drury
    27. Kiren Collison
    28. Chris Bates
    29. David Evans
    30. Iain Dillingham
    31. Tom Ward
    32. Simon Davy
    33. Rebecca M Smith
    34. William Hulme
    35. Amelia Green
    36. John Parry
    37. Frank Hester
    38. Sam Harper
    39. Jonathan Cockburn
    40. Shaun O'Hanlon
    41. Alex Eavis
    42. Richard Jarvis
    43. Dima Avramov
    44. Paul Griffiths
    45. Aaron Fowles
    46. Nasreen Parkes
    47. Brian MacKenna
    48. Ben Goldacre
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      This paper presents an important effort to develop an open source software framework for monitoring trends and variations in healthcare over time in England. They demonstrate a compelling example of how this system can track key health care indicators over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. The paper will likely be mainly of interest to stakeholders in England, but could inspire the creation of similar systems in other countries.

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