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Top 10 most read BJGP research articles published in 2016

These are the top 10 most read research articles based on full text downloads from bjgp.org in 2016. 1. Overdiagnosis of asthma in children in primary care: a retrospective analysis.  http://bjgp.org/content/66/644/e152 Overdiagnosis of childhood asthma is common in primary care, leading to unnecessary treatment, disease burden, and impact on quality of life. However, only in a small percentage of children is a diagnosis of asthma confirmed by lung function tests. 2. Telephone triage systems in UK general practice: analysis of consultation duration during the index day in a pragmatic randomised controlled trial.  http://bjgp.org/content/66/644/e214 Telephone triage is not associated with a...

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Student Writing Competition

.@BJGPjournal running a Student Writing Competition – you can win opportunity to have work published & an internship http://t.co/yudpM4VZMV — RCGP (@rcgp) November 7, 2014 We have a competition for students to write an article suitable for the ‘Out of Hours’ section of the BJGP. The closing date is Monday 2nd March 2015 so there is plenty of time yet. We’re interested in passion and opinion with the theme: ‘The GP in the Digital Age’. The poster is below – please email it around and feel free to download, print, and nail to any suitable noticeboards. [gview file=”http://bjgplife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/14_Student_Competition_untilMar2.pdf”]  ...

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The BJGP Blog

Euan Lawson (@euan_lawson) is the Deputy Editor, BJGP. Welcome to the BJGP Blog. The aim, as the tagline suggests, is to bring opinion to all facets of general practice and primary care. The BJGP is an academic journal; we publish research papers and we hope they influence policy and care. The BJGP Blog is something we want to do to add value to our output. There are dozens of potential ways journals may have influence: via the patient and the clinician as they come to decisions about the best care for that individual; commissioners facing choices about the future services in...

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Welcome to BJGP Life!

The British Journal of General Practice and BJGP Open are bringing research to clinical practice. This is where we add the debate and opinion to help ensure everyone benefits from that research.

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