Welcome to the BJGP Interview podcast! We have regular interviews and conversations with researchers and clinicians who can update and inform on the latest and best practice in primary care practice.
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All the BJGP Interview podcast episodes
Professor Stewart Mercer talks about how the implementation of social prescribing via a link worker programme has worked in Deep End practices in Glasgow and offers his expert thoughts on the evidence base in this area, the inverse care law and addressing the social determinants of health.
This study gives insights into how GPs document safety-netting advice and how it compares to what actually happened in the consultation.
We discuss a new randomised controlled trial exploring the use of ondansetron for vomiting in children with gastroenteritis.
LUTS are common and Professor Adrian Edwards talks through research on the experiences of GPs and patients.
Dr Sharon Dixon talks through research on diagnosing endometriosis in primary care.
We speak to Dr Faraz Mughal about young people who self-harm and how we can improve primary care services for them.
We speak to Dr Ian Bennett-Briton about a system of continuous risk-based peer review and how GPs found it.
BJGP Editor, Euan Lawson, gives a quick summer update and invites you to get involved with the journal.
We speak to Dr Julian Treadwell about how GPs talk to patients about numbers and how we feel about discussing risks and benefits.