《英国全科医学杂志》2021年9月71卷710期目次选登

2021/9/2

英国全科医学杂志

英国全科医学杂志

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Editor’s Briefing

  • Living with Long-Term Conditions
    David Misselbrook
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 387. 

Editorials

  • Effective management of male lower urinary tract symptoms in primary care
    Jo WorthingtonJessica FrostJ Athene LaneLuke A RoblesJon ReesGordon TaylorMarcus J Drake and Matthew Ridd
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 388-389. 
  • Urgent cancer referrals: how well are they working and can they be improved?
    Richard D Neal and Lesley Smith
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 390-391. 
  • The role of primary care in supporting imprisoned women with mental illness
    Tammi WalkerJoyce KallevikJake HardEmma Mastrocola and Carolyn A Chew-Graham
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 392-393. 
  • Postnatal care: new NICE guideline for the ‘Cinderella service’
    Clare MacdonaldSunita SharmaMaija Kallioinen and David Jewell
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 394-395.

Letters

  • Four research papers … prescribing antidepressants
    Marion Brown
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 397. 
  • General practice in crisis — stop skinning the cat!
    Mike P Houghton
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 397-398. 
  • What is needed for Universal Basic Income?
    Dipesh P Gopal and Rita Issa
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 398. 
  • Interpreting negative tests when assessing cancer risk
    Pawan K Randev
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 398. 

Research

  • Effectiveness and perceptions of using templates in long-term condition reviews: a systematic synthesis of quantitative and qualitative studies
    Mary MorrisseyElizabeth ShepherdEmma KinleyKirstie McClatchey and Hilary Pinnock
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): e652-e659. 
  • GPs’ use and understanding of the benefits and harms of treatments for long-term conditions: a qualitative interview study
    Julian TreadwellJoanna CrockerAlexander RushforthKamal Mahtani and Trish Greenhalgh
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): e660-e667. 
  • Navigating possible endometriosis in primary care: a qualitative study of GP perspectives
    Sharon DixonAbigail McNivenAmelia Talbot and Lisa Hinton
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): e668-e676. 
  • Frequency of Renal Monitoring — Creatinine and Cystatin C (FORM-2C): an observational cohort study of patients with reduced eGFR in primary care
    Susannah FlemingRafael Perera-SalazarKathryn S TaylorLouise JonesFD Richard HobbsTim JamesChris A O’CallaghanBrian ShineJan Y VerbakelRichard Stevens and Clare Bankhead
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): e677-e684. 
  • Managing lower urinary tract symptoms in primary care: qualitative study of GPs’ and patients’ experiences
    Sarah MilosevicNatalie Joseph-WilliamsBethan PellElizabeth CainRobyn HackettFfion MurdochHaroon AhmedA Joy AllenAlison BrayEmma Thomas-JonesChris Harding and Adrian Edwards
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): e685-e692. 
  • Increasing uptake of NHS Health Checks: a randomised controlled trial using GP computer prompts
    Natalie GoldKaren TanJoseph SherlockRobin Watson and Tim Chadborn
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): e693-e700. 
  • NHS Health Checks: an observational study of equity and outcomes 2009–2017
    John RobsonCesar GarrigaCarol Coupland and Julia Hippisley-Cox
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): e701-e710.
  • Exploring commissioners’ understandings of early primary care network development: qualitative interview study
    Lynsey Warwick-GilesJonathan HammondSimon Bailey and Kath Checkland
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): e711-e718. 
  • Collaborative improvement in Scottish GP clusters after the Quality and Outcomes Framework: a qualitative study
    Huayi HuangEmily R JeffersonMark GotinkCarol SinclairStewart W Mercer and Bruce Guthrie
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): e719-e727. 

Life & Times

  • How can we work together to keep you safe? A simple and effective intervention that can save lives
    Maria Michail
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 409. 
  • Palliative care is increasing, but curative care is growing even faster in the last months of life
    Scott Murray and Jordi Amblàs
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 410-411. 
  • Human contact: do we need it in medical practice?
    David Zigmond
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 412-413. 
  • Beyond burnout: medicine must find a way to navigate the new terrains of need
    Rosie Marshall
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 414. 
  • General practice after COVID-19: a future conversation
    Pamela Martin
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 415. 
  • Books: Unwell Women: a Journey Through Medicine and Myth in a Man-Made World
    Judith Dawson
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 416. 
  • Books: The Wellbeing Toolkit for Doctors. A Supportive Guide to Help Everyone Working in Healthcare
    Jonathan Wells
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 417. 
  • Yonder: Payment systems, transgender adolescents, eating disorders, and sexual health knowledge gaps
    Ahmed Rashid
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 418. 
  • GPDPR versus GDPR
    Lara Shemtob
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 419. 
  • Confidentiality, privacy, and general practice: GPDPR and the brave new world of ‘big data’
    Paquita de Zulueta
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 420-421. 

Analysis

  • Equity and the funding of Primary Care Networks
    Joseph HutchinsonJonathan HammondMatthew Sutton and Katherine Checkland
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 422-424. 
  • What next for COVID Oximetry and virtual ward?
    Greg Irving and Luisa Neves
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 425-426. 

Clinical Practice

  • Effective nutrition support for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: managing malnutrition in primary care
    Peter F CollinsAnita NathanShelley Roberts and Tom Wilkinson
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (710): 427-428. 

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