《英国全科医学杂志》2021年2月71卷703期目次选登

2021/2/5

英国全科医学杂志

英国全科医学杂志

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Editor’s Briefing

  • Sanity and Insanity
    Euan Lawson
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 51. 

Editorials

  • COVID-19 vaccination programme: a central role for primary care
    Anthony HarndenWei Shen Lim and Andrew Earnshaw
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 52-53.
  • Long COVID and the importance of the doctor–patient relationship
    Helen AthertonTracy Briggs and Carolyn Chew-Graham
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 54-55. 
  • Integrating primary care across the prison and community interface
    Sue BellassKrysia CanvinKate McLintock and Nat Wright
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 56-57.

Letters

  • GP point-of-care ultrasound in the UK
    Christopher G Krasucki and Steve Savage
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 58. 
  • MRCGP Recorded Consultation Assessment — the hidden fourth construct
    Chris Williams
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 58. 
  • Extracting smoking data from GP electronic health records
    Nigel J Masters
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 58-59. 
  • Relative frequencies of ophthalmia neonatorum and congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction
    Thomas Weatherby
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 59. 
  • Gear change: supporting and encouraging cycling on prescription
    Timothy E Yeo
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 59. 

Research

  • Matching depression management to severity prognosis in primary care: results of the Target-D randomised controlled trial
    Susan FletcherPatty ChondrosKonstancja DensleyElizabeth MurrayChristopher DowrickAmy CoeKelsey HegartySandra DavidsonCaroline WachtlerCathrine MihalopoulosYong Yi LeeMary Lou ChattertonVictoria J Palmer and Jane Gunn
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): e85-e94. 
  • Use of a personalised depression intervention in primary care to prevent anxiety: a secondary study of a cluster randomised trial
    Patricia Moreno-PeralSonia Conejo-CerónJuan de Dios LunaMichael KingIrwin NazarethCarlos Martín-PérezCarmen Fernández-AlonsoMaría Isabel Ballesta-RodríguezAnna FernándezJosé María AiarzaguenaCarmen Montón-Franco and Juan ángel Bellón The predictD group
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): e95-e104. 
  • Maternal depression and non-specific health complaints in the offspring: a cross-sectional study in Danish primary care
    Bente Kj?r Lyngs?eDorte RytterTrine Munk-OlsenClaus H?strup VestergaardKaj Sparle Christensen and Bodil Hammer Bech
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): e105-e112. 
  • dentifying patients at risk of psychosis: a qualitative study of GP views in South West England
    Daniela StrelchukNicola WilesCatherine DerrickStanley Zammit and Katrina Turner
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): e113-e120. 
  • Behaviour change techniques in personalised care planning for older people: a systematic review
    Sadia AhmedAnne HeavenRebecca LawtonGregg RawlingsClaire Sloan and Andrew Clegg
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): e121-e127. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp20X714017
  • Orthopaedic corticosteroid injections and risk of acute coronary syndrome: a cohort study
    Katharine Thomas and Yochai Schonmann
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): e128-e133. 
  • Inappropriate direct oral anticoagulant prescriptions in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation: cross-sectional analysis of the French CACAO cohort study in primary care
    Emilie FerratJulie FabrePhilippe GalletoutEmmanuelle BoutinJulien Le BretonVincent RenardPaul Frappé and Sylvie Bastuji-Garin For the CACAO study investigators
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): e134-e139. 
  • Respiratory infections in children: an appropriateness study of when parents should home care or seek medical help
    Louise NewbouldStephen M CampbellGeorge EdwardsRebecca L MorrisGail HaywardEmma C Hughes and Alastair D Hay
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): e140-e147. 
  • Association of prior lymphopenia with mortality in pneumonia: a cohort study in UK primary care
    Fergus HamiltonDavid Arnold and Rupert Payne
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): e148-e156. 
  • Prostate-specific antigen testing and opportunistic prostate cancer screening: a cohort study in England, 1998–2017
    Ashley Kieran CliftCarol AC Coupland and Julia Hippisley-Cox
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): e157-e165.

Life & Times

  • Gaining the patient perspective on COVID-19 and how best to respond to it
    Helen Burn
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 70. 
  • The MRCGP Recorded Consultation Assessment: time to drop 10 minutes as standard?
    Greg Irving
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 71. 
  • Two-tiered medicine: the increasing disparity in medical care in the UK
    Judith Dawson
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 72. 
  • Salting the earth: moral distress and the state of the US
    John Frey
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 73. 
  • Beyond the clinical coalface: utilising the transferable skills and expertise of former GPs within the NHS
    Mona Aquilina
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 74. 
  • The trolley problem, 2021 style
    David Misselbrook
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 75. 
  • Yonder: COVID non-compliance, antidepressant withdrawal, probiotics, and GPs in China
    Ahmed Rashid
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 76. 
  • Three types of agnosia
    Chris Tiley
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 77. 
  • Time for a little self-love?
    Ed Warren
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 78. 
  • Books: Emotions as Original Existences. A Theory of Emotion, Motivation and the Self
    Christopher Dowrick
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 79. 
  • Books: Beneath the White Coat.
    John Spicer
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 80. 
  • A dilemma
    Tim Senior
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 81. 

Analysis

  • What role is there for ‘nudging’ clinicians?
    Luisa M Pettigrew and Nicholas Mays
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 82-85.
  • Palliative and end-of-life care for military veterans: the forgotten few?
    Mila PetrovaNick Caddick and Michael Kevin Almond
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 86-89. 

Clinical Practice

  • Spontaneous cerebrospinal rhinorrhoea: a guide for primary care
    Katy McFadyen and Andrew Whymark
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 90-91. 
  • A new wound in an old burn scar: a guide to Marjolin’s ulcers for primary care
    Maria HoulihanKrupali PatelYvonne T WilsonVijay Rajput and Elizabeth Chipp
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (703): 92-93. 

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