《英国全科医学杂志》2021年4月71卷705期目次选登

2021/4/2

英国全科医学杂志

英国全科医学杂志

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Editor’s Briefing


  • The Adjacent Possible in Primary Care

    Euan Lawson

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 147. 

Editorials

  • Remote by default general practice: must we, should we, dare we?

    Trisha Greenhalgh and Rebecca Rosen

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 149-150. 


    Helping GPs to diagnose children’s cancer

    David A Walker

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 151-152. 


    Learning disability registers: known unknowns and unknown unknowns

    Lara Shemtob, Rathy Ramanathan and Ken Courtenay

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 153-154. 


    Charging for NHS care and its impact on maternal health

    Camilla Walker and Rebecca Farrington

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 155-156. 

Letters


  • MRCGP Recorded Consultation Assessment — the hidden fourth construct

    Roger Neighbour

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 157. 


    Prostate-specific antigen testing and opportunistic prostate cancer screening — CAP intervention

    Richard Martin, Emma Turner, Athene Lane, Chris Metcalfe and Jenny L Donovan

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 157. 


    Prostate-specific antigen testing and opportunistic prostate cancer screening — informed consent

    Gavin Gordon

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 158. 


    Two-tiered medicine: the increasing disparity in medical care in the UK

    Howard Freeman

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 158. 

Research


  • Primary care consultations after hospitalisation for pneumonia: a large population-based cohort study

    Vadsala Baskaran, Fiona Pearce, Rowan H Harwood, Tricia M McKeever and Wei Shen Lim

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): e250-e257. 


    Diagnosing community-acquired pneumonia via a smartphone-based algorithm: a prospective cohort study in primary and acute-care consultations

    Paul Porter, Joanna Brisbane, Udantha Abeyratne, Natasha Bear, Javan Wood, Vesa Peltonen, Phillip Della, Claire Smith and Scott Claxton

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): e258-e265. 


    Associations with antibiotic prescribing for acute exacerbation of COPD in primary care: secondary analysis of a randomised controlled trial

    David Gillespie, Christopher C Butler, Janine Bates, Kerenza Hood, Hasse Melbye, Rhiannon Phillips, Helen Stanton, Mohammed Fasihul Alam, Jochen WL Cals, Ann Cochrane, Nigel Kirby, Carl Llor, Rachel Lowe, Gurudutt Naik, Evgenia Riga, Bernadette Sewell, Emma Thomas-Jones, Patrick White and Nick A Francis

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): e266-e272. 


    Time from presentation to pre-diagnostic chest X-ray in patients with symptomatic lung cancer: a cohort study using electronic patient records from English primary care

    Kirsten D Arendse, Fiona M Walter, Mark Pilling, Yin Zhou, Willie Hamilton and Garth Funston

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): e273-e279. 


    Estimating lung cancer risk from chest X-ray and symptoms: a prospective cohort study

    Stephen H Bradley, Nathaniel Luke Fielding Hatton, Rehima Aslam, Bobby Bhartia, Matthew EJ Callister, Martyn PT Kennedy, Luke TA Mounce, Bethany Shinkins, William T Hamilton and Richard D Neal

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): e280-e286. 


    Are more GPs associated with a reduction in emergency hospital admissions? A quantitative study on GP referral in England

    Catia Nicodemo, Barry McCormick, Raphael Wittenberg and FD Richard Hobbs

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): e287-e295. 


    Impact of changes to national guidelines on hypertension-related workload: an interrupted time series analysis in English primary care

    Sarah L Lay-Flurrie, James P Sheppard, Richard J Stevens, Christian Mallen, Carl Heneghan, FD Richard Hobbs, Bryan Williams, Jonathan Mant and Richard J McManus

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): e296-e302. 


    Effect of the OPTIMAL programme on self-management of multimorbidity in primary care: a randomised controlled trial

    Lynn O’Toole, Deidre Connolly, Fiona Boland and Susan M Smith

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): e303-e311. 


    Effect of weight loss on cardiometabolic risk: observational analysis of two randomised controlled trials of community weight-loss programmes

    Elizabeth Morris, Susan A Jebb, Jason Oke, Alecia Nickless, Amy Ahern, Emma Boyland, Ian D Caterson, Jason Halford, Hans Hauner and Paul Aveyard

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): e312-e319. 


    Patient-centred innovation for multimorbidity care: a mixed-methods, randomised trial and qualitative study of the patients’ experience

    Moira Stewart, Martin Fortin, Judith Belle Brown, Bridget L Ryan, Pauline Pariser, Jocelyn Charles, Thuy-Nga Pham, Pauline Boeckxstaens, Sonja M Reichert, GY Zou, Onil Bhattacharya, Alan Katz, Helena Piccinini-Vallis, Tara Sampalli, Sabrina T Wong and Merrick Zwarenstein

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): e320-e330. 

Life & Times


  • Addressing the elephant in the room: COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Black and Asian communities

    Julia Darko

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 170. 


    Physical health checks for people with severe mental illness during COVID-19

    Richard Armitage

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 171. 


    Drugs for chronic pain: we still need them

    Blair H Smith, Lesley A Colvin, Angela Donaldson-Bruce and Audrey Birt

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 172. 


    Routine screening for domestic abuse

    Vasumathy Sivarajasingam

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 173. 


    Diabetes: is it time to flatten the curve?

    Sarah Blake

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 174. 


    Despite coronavirus, general practice is still the best job in the world

    Emma Ladds

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 175. 


    Before I go ...

    Ashley Liston

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 176. 


    Yonder: Social distancing, point-of-care ultrasound, Irish GPs’ educational needs, and retirement

    Ahmed Rashid

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 177. 


    Books: Born to Run: the Hidden Tribe, the Ultra-Runners and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen

    Victoria Hodges

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 178. 


    Forward View Retrospective

    Saul Miller

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 179. 

Analysis


  • The pathway to better primary care for chronic liver disease

    Helen Jarvis, Stuart McPherson, Quentin M Anstee and Barbara Hanratty

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 180-182. 

Clinical Practice


  • Managing bronchiectasis in adults in primary care: a clinical update

    Kevin Gruffydd-Jones, Duncan Keeley, James Wildgoose and Adam Hill

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 183-184. 


    Gynaecomastia: when and why to refer to specialist care

    Hannah L Bromley, Rajiv Dave, Nigel Lord, Paul Wright, Matthew Rowland and Ashu Gandhi

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 185-188.

Correction

  • Correction

    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (705): 158.

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