This article is written by Drs Sarah Mitchell, Sarah Hillman, David Rapley, and Professor Jeremy...Read More
We were thrilled to host the inaugural BJGP Research Conference for primary care and family medicine last month. We had speakers including Prof Helen Stokes-Lampard, Prof Roger Jones, Dr Graham Easton, and Prof Pali Hungin.Read More
World Down Syndrome Day is a celebration of some remarkable people and their families. They happen to be born with an extra chromosome. BJGP Open has published a paper on the management of long-term conditions for adults with intelllectual disability. It was a mixed methods systematic review from Hanlon and colleagues in Glasgow. It makes for sobering reading.
The BJGP Open paper
Today, BJGP Open published a paper on the management of long-term conditions for adults with intelllectual disability. It was a mixed methods systematic review from Hanlon and colleagues in Glasgow. It makes for sobering reading.Read More
These are the top 10 most read research articles based on full text downloads from bjgp.org in...Read More
The aim of this paper was to provide some insight into how primary care is managing to offer care to migrants. In particular they were interested in looking at the challenges and the ways in which practices and practitioners were adapting to meet this need.Read More
GPs work back-breaking hours, often in isolation. They make hundreds of decisions every day,...Read More
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