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
Dr Fiona Cuthil talks to us about new research on GP outreach settings for people experiencing homelessness.
Dr Elizabeth Cecil joins us to talk about research exploring the factors associated with potentially missed acute deterioration in primary care.
Remco Tuijt from the UCL Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health talks us through a qualitative paper exploring the experiences of remote consultations for people living with dementia and their carers.
Dr Alison Berner talks about recent research into the attitudes of trans men and non-binary people to cervical screening.
The editor, Euan Lawson, is joined by all three Associate Editors, Sam Merriel, Tom Round, and Nada Khan, for some conversation on highlights from the May 2021 issue.
Dr Jo Parsons tells us about the findings from a systematic review into which patients miss appointments and why.
Dr Jean-Pierre Laake and Prof Willie Hamilton join us to talk about a randomised controlled trial that targeted groups to encourage them to attend for possible cancer-related symptoms.
Dr Riitta Partanen joins us to tell us more about a study looking at GPs’ insight into discontinuing long-term antidepressants.
The editor, Euan Lawson, is joined by Associate Editors, Sam Merriel and Tom Round, for some conversation on highlights from the April 2021 issue.