《英国全科医学杂志》2020年10月70卷699期目次选登

2020/10/3

英国全科医学杂志

英国全科医学杂志

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Editor’s Briefing

  • Highlights
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 476.
  • Herd Thinking
    Euan Lawson
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 476.

Editorials

  • First do no harm: valproate and medicines safety in pregnancy
    John RobsonNgawai MossPatricia McGettiganSamantha Jane BeardsleyElizabeth Lovegrove and Carol Dezateux
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 477-478.
  • Home visits for vulnerable older people: journeys to the ‘Far End’
    Gordon MacdonaldGervase VernonDuncan McNab and JC Murdoch
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 479-480. 
  • Appraisal, wellbeing, and pandemics: is a focus on wellbeing now warranted?
    Margaret McCartney and Victoria Tzortziou Brown
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 481-482. 
  • Open Access
    The future of scholarly communications
    Robert Kiley
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 483-484. 

Letters

  • Revealing the reality of undergraduate GP teaching in UK medical curricula
    Hugh AlbertiEmily CottrellJoe RosenthalLindsey Pope and Trevor Thompson
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 485.
  • Doctors as patients: submission deadline extended
    Samuel J FinnikinDavid A OrlansRodger Charlton and Devina Ravall
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 485. 
  • ‘Bad old habits’ … and what really matters
    Deborah SwinglehurstChris DowrickIona HeathStefan Hj?rleifssonSally HullDavid Misselbrook and Joanne Reeve
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 485-486. 
  • Could checklists support teams in stressful situations?
    Sarah O’HareGerard Gormley and Richard Conn
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 486.

Research

  • Open Access
    Improving pain management in childhood acute otitis media in general practice: a cluster randomised controlled trial of a GP-targeted educational intervention
    Rick T van UumRoderick P VenekampNicolaas PA ZuithoffAlies SjoukesAlma C van de PolAnne GM Schilder and Roger AMJ Damoiseaux
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): e684-e695. 
  • Open Access
    Prevalence of suspected COVID-19 infection in patients from ethnic minority populations: a cross-sectional study in primary care
    Sally A HullCrystal WilliamsMark AshworthChris Carvalho and Kambiz Boomla
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): e696-e704.
  • Open Access
    Hospital admissions after vertical integration of general practices with an acute hospital: a retrospective synthetic matched controlled database study
    Victor YuSteven WyattMichael WoodallSultan MahmudVijay KlaireKarla Bailey and Mohammed Amin Mohammed
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): e705-e713.
  • Natural history of uncomplicated urinary tract infection without antibiotics: a systematic review
    Tammy HoffmannRuwani PeirisChris Del MarGina Cleo and Paul Glasziou
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): e714-e722. 
  • Open Access
    The content and conduct of GP consultations for dermatology problems: a cross-sectional study
    Emma Le RouxPeter J EdwardsEmily SandersonRebecca K Barnes and Matthew J Ridd
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): e723-e730. 
  • Open Access
    GPs’ decisions about prescribing end-of-life anticipatory medications: a qualitative study
    Ben BowersSam S BarclayKristian Pollock and Stephen Barclay
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): e731-e739. 
  • Open Access
    Emergency admission risk stratification tools in UK primary care: a cross-sectional survey of availability and use
    Mark KingstonRhiannon GriffithsHayley HutchingsAlison PorterIan Russell and Helen Snooks
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): e740-e748. 
  • Supporting patients with female genital mutilation in primary care: a qualitative study exploring the perspectives of GPs’ working in England
    Sharon DixonLisa Hinton and Sue Ziebland
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): e749-e756. 
  • Open Access
    The difference an end-of-life diagnosis makes: qualitative interviews with providers of community health care for frail older people
    Louisa PolakSarah HopkinsStephen Barclay and Sarah Hoare
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): e757-e764. 

Correction

  • Correction
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 486. 

Life & Times

  • PHE and BAME inequalities: too little, too late?
    Carter Singh
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 498. 
  • It’s time for general practice to act on racism in health care
    Jamila Sherif
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 499. 
  • Spectacular health care
    Sati Heer-Stavert
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 500. 
  • Retirement and managing the ‘peridoctorpause’
    Ed Warren
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 501. 
  • Finding meaning in the consultation: introducing the hermeneutic window
    Rupal ShahRobert ClarkeSanjiv Ahluwalia and John Launer
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 502-503. 
  • Trying to carve nature at its joints: respecting the complexity of psychiatric diagnosis
    Louise Stone
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 504.
  • Yonder: Rheumatoid feet, paternal mental health, sciatica, and good family nurses
    Ahmed Rashid
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 505. 
  • Books: To Kill A Mockingbird
    David Misselbrook
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 506. 
  • Books: Angel of Death. The Story of Smallpox
    Sophie Rowlands
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 507. 
  • Inequalities
    Saul Miller
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 508.

Analysis

  • Will the GP workforce crisis be solved by top-down initiatives?
    Imogen Staveley and Jonathan Sampson
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 509-510. 
  • Ten years’ GP training in China: progress and challenges
    Chuan ZouXiao-yang LiaoJohn Spicer and Benedict Hayhoe
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 511-512. 

Clinical Practice

  • Herpes simplex ophthalmia neonatorum: a sight-threatening diagnosis
    Nimra Maqsood and Usman Mahmood
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 513-514.
  • Update on breast cancer diagnosis and management: new topics for primary care
    Julie CoxAmir BhattiYitka Graham and Daniela Lee
    British Journal of General Practice 2020; 70 (699): 515-516.

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