《英国全科医学杂志》2021年8月71卷711期目次选登

2021/10/3

英国全科医学杂志

英国全科医学杂志

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Editor’s Briefing

  • Climate Change Action and Individual Responsibility
    Euan Lawson
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 435. 

Editorials

  • Call for emergency action to limit global temperature increases, restore biodiversity, and protect health
    Lukoye AtwoliAbdullah H BaquiThomas BenfieldRaffaella BosurgiFiona GodleeStephen HancocksRichard HortonLaurie Laybourn-LangtonCarlos Augusto MonteiroIan NormanKirsten PatrickNigel PraitiesMarcel GM Olde RikkertEric J RubinPeush SahniRichard SmithNick TalleySue Turale and Damián Vázquez
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 436-438. 
  • Primary care and the climate and ecological emergency
    Terry KempleJames N SmithGeorgie SowmanAngela Wilson and Jess Wynter Bee
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 439. 
  • Managing paediatric gastroenteritis in primary care: is there a role for ondansetron?
    Peter J GillElizabeth Thomas and Ann Van den Bruel
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 440-441. 
  • Integration of health and social care: necessary but challenging for all
    Stewart MercerDavid HendersonHuayi HuangEddie DonaghyEllen StewartBruce Guthrie and Harry Wang
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 442-443. 

Letters

  • Beyond relational continuity
    Denis Pereira GrayKate Sidaway-LeeAlex Harding and Philip H Evans
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 444. 
  • Gadolinium use and risks: an update for colleagues in primary care
    Julie Cox and Yitka Graham
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 444-445. 
  • There’s a lot to learn from Neighbour
    Koki Kato
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 445. 
  • Structured medication reviews for frail, older people should be done by GPs or experienced nurse practitioners
    Louisa Polak
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 445. 

Research

  • Oral ondansetron for paediatric gastroenteritis in primary care: a randomised controlled trial
    Irma J BonvanieAnouk AH WeghorstGea A HoltmanHeleen A RusschenFreek FickweilerHenkjan J VerkadeBoudewijn J Kollen and Marjolein Y Berger
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): e728-e735. 
  • Cost-effectiveness of oral ondansetron for children with acute gastroenteritis in primary care: a randomised controlled trial
    Anouk AH WeghorstGea A HoltmanIrma J BonvaniePien I WoltersBoudewijn J KollenKarin M Vermeulen and Marjolein Y Berger
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): e736-e743. 
  • Experiences of general practice care for self-harm: a qualitative study of young people’s perspectives
    Faraz MughalLisa DikomitisOpeyemi O Babatunde and Carolyn A Chew-Graham
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): e744-e752. 
  • Integrating primary care and social services for older adults with multimorbidity: a qualitative study
    Hajira Dambha-MillerGlenn SimpsonLucy HobsonDoyinsola OlaniyanSam HodgsonPaul RoderickSimon DS FraserPaul LittleHazel Everitt and Miriam Santer
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): e753-e761. 
  • Factors affecting primary care practitioners’ alcohol-related discussions with older adults: a qualitative study
    Bethany Kate BarehamJemma StewartEileen Kaner and Barbara Hanratty
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): e762-e771. 
  • Cardiovascular disease risk prediction in older people: a qualitative study
    Denise Ann TaylorKatharine Ann WallisSione FekiSione Sengili MoalaManusiu LatuElizabeth Fono FanueliPadmapriya Saravanakumar and Susan Wells
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): e772-e779. 
  • Out-of-hours services and end-of-life hospital admissions: a complex intervention systematic review and narrative synthesis
    Evie PapavasiliouSarah HoareBen BowersMichael P Kelly and Stephen Barclay
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): e780-e787. 
  • General practice responses to opioid prescribing feedback: a qualitative process evaluation
    Su WoodRobbie FoyThomas A WillisPaul CarderStella Johnson and Sarah Alderson
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): e788-e796. 
  • Continuous, risk-based, consultation peer review in out-of-hours general practice: a qualitative interview study of the benefits and limitations
    Ian Bennett-BrittonJonathan BanksAndrew Carson-Stevens and Chris Salisbury
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): e797-e805. 

Life & Times

  • The inverse power law
    David Misselbrook
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 455. 
  • Evaluation of newborn screening for severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID)
    Rebecca NightingaleChristine Cavanagh and Andrew R Gennery
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 456-457.
  • Being prepared for paediatric respiratory viral infections post-COVID-19 restrictions
    Roshni Mistry and James Hibberd
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 458. 
  • Yonder: Frailty, gestational diabetes, shared cancer care, and Positive Health
    Ahmed Rashid
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 459. 
  • A case of grief: SAPC prize winner
    Andrew MacFarlane
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 460-461. 
  • Taking stock: delivering care home primary care
    Deirdre Walsh and Domini James
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 462-463. 
  • The enigma of empathy
    Rabia Aftab
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 464. 
  • Books: Spike: the Virus v the People — the Inside Story
    Richard Baker
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 465. 
  • Gardener’s World meets general practice
    Charlotte Sidebotham
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 466.
  • Thresholds
    Saul Miller
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 467. 

Analysis

  • Should we screen for poverty in primary care?
    Dipesh P GopalSarah BeardonMartin CaraherCharlotte Woodhead and Stephanie JC Taylor
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 468-469. 
  • The tapestry of reflux syndromes: translating new insight into clinical practice
    Peter J KahrilasEdoardo SavarinoFoteini AnastasiouAlbert J BredenoordMaura CorsettiJesper LagergrenJuan MendiveSophie NelsonSabine RomanFrank Zerbib and Pali Hungin
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 470-473. 

Clinical Practice

  • Navigating past and current hepatitis B infection in primary care
    Peter JohnstonEmma LintonMichael AnkcornCaroline Mitchell and Benjamin Stone
    British Journal of General Practice 2021; 71 (711): 474-476. 

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