Practice with a prescription in the Netherlands
Incidentally, the idea of practicing prescription medicine is certainly not unknown in the Netherlands and is already being applied locally in various forms. In 2016, the Mulier Institute evaluated the SportID project in Nieuwegein in which healthcare professionals referred people with (alleged) lack of exercise to a sports professional for exercise or exercise. out of this Research It emerged from the barrier that healthcare professionals do not always consider sports performances, so they do not always consider referral. Participants mentioned moving after three months from a reduced rate to a regular rate of viewing exercise as a barrier to persistence. It is precisely in ensuring that people continue to exercise that the main gain should lie in the “exercise prescription”.
This discussion also plays into the combined lifestyle intervention (GLI), which has been included in the basic package for health insurers since 2019. Unlike the experience in England, the GLI is specifically focused on people who are obese or overweight. Healthcare professionals have a limited palette for this with three recognized interventions aimed at a healthy lifestyle. At the end of last year, Secretary of State Paul Bloches, along with A Fact statement Although we see the number of GLI participants increasing (a total of over 79,000 from the start), nothing is known yet about the impact on these people’s lifestyle due to the short duration.
It will also be interesting to follow this long-term effect in the English language experience, especially since the down payment has to be given by the already busy GP there too. This is also possible with the Doncaster doctor’s cry for help in mind bottleneck for the continued success of the programme.
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