《英国全科医学杂志》2022年1月72卷714期目次选登

2022/1/8

英国全科医学杂志

英国全科医学杂志

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Editor’s Briefing

  • Loitering with Intent
    Euan Lawson
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 3. 

Editorials

  • Addressing language as a barrier to healthcare access and quality
    Katriina L Whitaker, Demi Krystallidou, Emily D Williams, Georgia Black, Cecilia Vindrola-Padros, Sabine Braun and Paramjit Gill
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 4-5. 
  • Palliative and end-of-life care in primary care during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
    Sarah Mitchell, Stephen Barclay, Catherine Evans and Katherine Sleeman
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 6-7. 
  • Postural tachycardia syndrome and long COVID: an update
    Lesley Kavi
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 8-9. 

Letters

  • Trends and clinical characteristics of 57.9 million COVID-19 vaccine recipients: a federated analysis of patients’ primary care records in situ using OpenSAFELY
    Brian MacKenna, Helen J Curtis, Alex J Walker, Ben Goldacre and All OpenSAFELY study authors
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 10. 
  • Should we be advising patients to take their antihypertensives at night?
    Gurjeevan Bal and Chan Song Kim
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 12. 
  • Thus spoke Honda: philosophy and technology
    Koki Kato
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 12. 

Research

  • Factors affecting the decision to investigate older adults with potential cancer symptoms: a systematic review
    Daniel Jones, Erica Di Martino, Stephen H Bradley, Blessing Essang, Scott Hemphill, Judy M Wright, Cristina Renzi, Claire Surr, Andrew Clegg, Niek De Wit and Richard Neal
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): e1-e10. 
  • Risk prediction models for symptomatic patients with bladder and kidney cancer: a systematic review
    Hannah Harrison, Juliet A Usher-Smith, Lanxin Li, Lydia Roberts, Zhiyuan Lin, Rachel E Thompson, Sabrina H Rossi, Grant D Stewart, Fiona M Walter, Simon Griffin and Yin Zhou
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): e11-e18. 
  • Identifying opportunities for timely diagnosis of bladder and renal cancer via abnormal blood tests: a longitudinal linked data study
    Yin Zhou, Fiona M Walter, Luke Mounce, Gary A Abel, Hardeep Singh, Willie Hamilton, Grant D Stewart and Georgios Lyratzopoulos
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): e19-e25. 
  • Non-speculum sampling approaches for cervical screening in older women: randomised controlled trial
    Rebecca Landy, Tony Hollingworth, Jo Waller, Laura AV Marlow, Jane Rigney, Thomas Round, Peter D Sasieni and Anita WW Lim
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): e26-e33. 
  • Associations between general practice characteristics and chest X-ray rate: an observational study
    Stephen H Bradley, Matthew Barclay, Benjamin Cornwell, Gary A Abel, Matthew EJ Callister, Mayam Gomez-Cano, Thomas Round, Bethany Shinkins and Richard D Neal
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): e34-e42. 
  • Building the case for the use of gut feelings in cancer referrals: perspectives of patients referred to a non-specific symptoms pathway
    Claire Friedemann Smith, Benedikte M?ller Kristensen, Rikke Sand Andersen, Sue Ziebland and Brian D Nicholson
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): e43-e50. 
  • Trends and clinical characteristics of 57.9 million COVID-19 vaccine recipients: a federated analysis of patients’ primary care records in situ using OpenSAFELY
    Helen J Curtis, Peter Inglesby, Caroline E Morton, Brian MacKenna, Amelia Green, William Hulme, Alex J Walker, Jessica Morley, Amir Mehrkar, Seb Bacon, George Hickman, Chris Bates, Richard Croker, David Evans, Tom Ward, Jonathan Cockburn, Simon Davy, Krishnan Bhaskaran, Anna Schultze, Christopher T Rentsch, Elizabeth J Williamson, Anna Rowan, Louis Fisher, Helen I McDonald, Laurie Tomlinson, Rohini Mathur, Henry Drysdale, Rosalind M Eggo, Kevin Wing, Angel YS Wong, Harriet Forbes, John Parry, Frank Hester, Sam Harper, Shaun O’Hanlon, Alex Eavis, Richard Jarvis, Dima Avramov, Paul Griffiths, Aaron Fowles, Nasreen Parkes, Ian J Douglas, Stephen JW Evans, Liam Smeeth, Ben Goldacre and (The OpenSAFELY Collaborative)
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): e51-e62.
  • OpenSAFELY NHS Service Restoration Observatory 1: primary care clinical activity in England during the first wave of COVID-19
    Helen J Curtis, Brian MacKenna, Richard Croker, Peter Inglesby, Alex J Walker, Jessica Morley, Amir Mehrkar, Caroline E Morton, Seb Bacon, George Hickman, Chris Bates, David Evans, Tom Ward, Jonathan Cockburn, Simon Davy, Krishnan Bhaskaran, Anna Schultze, Christopher T Rentsch, Elizabeth J Williamson, William J Hulme, Helen I McDonald, Laurie Tomlinson, Rohini Mathur, Henry Drysdale, Rosalind M Eggo, Kevin Wing, Angel YS Wong, Harriet Forbes, John Parry, Frank Hester, Sam Harper, Stephen JW Evans, Ian J Douglas, Liam Smeeth, Ben Goldacre and (The OpenSAFELY Collaborative)
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): e63-e74.
  • The professional resilience of mid-career GPs in the UK: a qualitative study
    Lucy Martin and Almuth McDowall
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): e75-e83. 

Life & Times

  • A mundane revolution
    Andrew Papanikitas
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 23. 
  • Beyond traditional medical intervention: improving the health and wellbeing of older patients
    Helen Burn
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 24. 
  • Stop talking about resilience!
    Maria Wasty
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 25. 
  • Pandemics, climate change, and antibiotic resistance
    Christelle Blunden
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 26-27. 
  • Into the liminal zone: an opioid experience
    Giles Hazan
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 28. 
  • Migrants in vulnerable circumstances: not a quick fix
    Emily Clark and Rebecca Farrington
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 29.
  • Facilitating care: a biopsychosocial perspective on long COVID
    Feryad A Hussain
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 30-31.
  • Yonder: Sexual health in cardiac patients, vaccine hesitancy, colorectal cancer, and second victims
    Ahmed Rashid
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 32. 
  • Arwen
    Saul Miller
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 33. 

Analysis

  • Trends and variation in urgent referrals for suspected cancer 2009/2010–2019/2020
    Lesley Smith, Nigel Sansom, Scott Hemphill, Stephen H Bradley, Bethany Shinkins, Pete Wheatstone, Willie Hamilton and Richard D Neal
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 34-37. 
  • Impact of COVID-19 on individuals with multimorbidity in primary care
    Benedict WJ Hayhoe, Richard A Powell, Susan Barber and Dasha Nicholls
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 38-39. 
  • RCGP John Hunt Lecture 2021: General practice during a pandemic: seven big ideas
    Michael R Kidd
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 40-41. 

Clinical Practice

  • Prophylactic macrolides for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in the community: a decision for GPs
    Sarah Fennelly, Jennifer Bruton and Walter Cullen
    British Journal of General Practice 2022; 72 (714): 42-43. 

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