《英国全科医学杂志》2021年3月71卷704期目次选登

2021/3/2

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Editor’s Briefing

  • Health Inequalities — It’s DéJà-VU All Over again
    David Misselbrook
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 99. 

Editorials

  • Was enough, and is enough, being done to protect the primary care workforce from COVID-19?
    Denise KendrickRaymond M AgiusJohn FR RobertsonHerb F Sewell and Marcia Stewart
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 100-101. 
  • Primary care funding entrenches health inequalities: time for a rethink
    Mark AshworthVeline L’Esperance and Thomas Round
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 102-104. 
  • Stroke: time to address cognition
    Eugene Yee Hing TangLouise Robinson and Christopher Price
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 104-105. 
  • Primary care networks: are they fit for the future?
    Judith A SmithKatherine ChecklandManbinder SidhuJonathan Hammond and Sarah Parkinson
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 106-107. 

Letters

  • Identifying patients at risk of psychosis
    Peter Carter
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 108. 
  • Realising the potential of Improving Access to Psychological Therapies for older adults
    Sherrie D Samuels
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 108.
  • It wasn’t always rosy …
    Christopher H Mowbray
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 108-109. 
  • Safety netting and follow-up (of babies’ eyes)
    John Sharvill
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 109. 
  • Social prescribing in ethnic minority communities
    Abhishek Kumar Gupta
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 109. 

Research

  • Implementation of remote consulting in UK primary care following the COVID-19 pandemic: a mixed-methods longitudinal study
    Mairead MurphyLauren J ScottChris SalisburyAndrew TurnerAnne ScottRachel DenholmRhys LewisGeeta IyerJohn Macleod and Jeremy Horwood
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): e166-e177. 
  • Inequalities in health-related quality of life: repeated cross-sectional study of trends in general practice survey data
    Vishalie ShahJonathan Stokes and Matt Sutton
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): e178-e184. 
  • Primary care consultation length by deprivation and multimorbidity in England: an observational study using electronic patient records
    Anya GopfertSarah R DeenyRebecca Fisher and Mai Stafford
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): e185-e192. 
  • Domestic abuse among female doctors: thematic analysis of qualitative interviews in the UK
    Emily DonovanMiriam SanterSara MorganGavin Daker-White and Merlin Willcox
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): e193-e200. 
  • Guidance impact on primary care prescribing rates of simple analgesia: an interrupted time series analysis in England
    Hannah ReichelRhian StanbrookHans JohnsonWilliam ProtoMary ShantikumarPooja BakhshiSarah HillmanDan Todkill and Saran Shantikumar
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): e201-e208. 
  • Trends in diabetes medication use in Australia, Canada, England, and Scotland: a repeated cross-sectional analysis in primary care
    Michelle GreiverAlys HavardJuliana KF BowlesSumeet KaliaTao ChenBabak AliarzadehRahim MoineddinJulian SherlockWilliam HintonFrank SullivanBraden O’NeillConrad PowAashka BhattFahurrozi RahmanBernardo Meza-TorresMelisa Litchfield and Simon de Lusignan
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): e209-e218. 
  • Factors predicting statin prescribing for primary prevention: a historical cohort study
    Samuel FinnikinBrian H WillisRonan RyanTim Evans and Tom Marshall
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): e219-e225. 
  • Neuromuscular exercise for chronic musculoskeletal pain in older people: a randomised controlled trial in primary care in Hong Kong
    Regina Wing Shan SitShirley Yue Kwan ChoiBo WangDicken Cheong Chun ChanDexing ZhangBenjamin Hon Kei Yip and Samuel Yeung Shan Wong
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): e226-e236. 
  • Natural history of non-bullous impetigo: a systematic review of time to resolution or improvement without antibiotic treatment
    Tammy C HoffmannRuwani PeirisPaul GlasziouGina Cleo and Chris Del Mar
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): e237-e242. 
  • Comorbidity in chronic kidney disease: a large cross-sectional study of prevalence in Scottish primary care
    Clare MacRaeStewart W MercerBruce Guthrie and David Henderson
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): e243-e249. 

Life & Times

  • COVID-19 vaccine availability: what are the side effects?
    Afiniki Akanet
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 120. 
  • Tolerating a difference of opinion
    Samar Razaq
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 121. 
  • Bullying during COVID-19: the impact on child and adolescent health
    Richard Armitage
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 122.
  • Depreciating assets: the female experience of health in the UK
    Judith Dawson
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 123. 
  • How can general practice improve the mental health care experience of Black men in the UK?
    Julia Darko
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 124-125. 
  • A tale of two epidemics: France and the UK
    Peter D Toon
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 126. 
  • How to help patients transition to a healthy and sustainable plant-based diet
    Shireen KassamLeila Dehghan and Laura Freeman
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 127. 
  • Each of our patients is unique: the limits of biomedical entities
    Charles Todd
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 128. 
  • Yonder: Autism, home visits, suicidal ideation, and young sudden cardiac death
    Ahmed Rashid
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 129. 
  • Should Jean be given the money?: A Twitter Poll exploration of consent and patient-centred care
    Alistair Appleby
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 130. 

Analysis

  • The role of antibody tests for COVID-19 in primary care
    Azmaeen ZarifDylan McGaghUy Hoang and Simon de Lusignan
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 131-134. 

Clinical Practice

  • Anosmia: an evidence-based approach to diagnosis and management in primary care
    Peter G DeutschCatherine EvansNur Wahidah WahidAakash D Amlani and Aman Khanna
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 135-138. 
  • Symptom management of patients with multiple sclerosis in primary care: focus on overlooked symptoms
    Athanasios PapathanasiouLaura Saunders and Gillian Sare
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 139-141. 

Corrections

  • Corrections
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (704): 109. 

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