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Table 6 Good-enough or problematic conditions for medical treatment

From: Family physicians' experiences when collaborating with district nurses in home care-based medical treatment. A grounded theory study

  Satisfactory grounds for relying on the DNs Unsatisfactory grounds for relying on the DNs
FPs take the role of conductor a. c.
  Good enough conditions for medical treatment Problematic conditions for medical treatment. FPs use strategies to overcome the problems
FPs take the role of consultant b. d.
1. FPs feel forced to take the role of consultant b1. Good enough conditions for medical treatment d1. Problematic conditions for medical treatment. FPs use strategies to transform their role from consultant to conductor
2. FPs choose to take the role of consultant b2. Good enough conditions for medical treatment d2. Problematic conditions for medical treatment. FPs not aware of problems