Dr Lieke Koggel tells us all about research into inappropriate PPI prescribing in the Netherlands.
Dr Hajira Dambha-Miller is the editor of BJGP Open. BJGP's open access online journal is calling for COVID-19 research: Rapid reviews, preliminary work, protocols, research briefs, opinion, or policy pieces are welcome with fast decisions on all submissions.
Iona Heath, past president of the RCGP, talks further about how we handle death during the pandemic. She expresses concern at the blanket exclusion of relatives as people die from COVID-19 and how we are handling it in the current crisis. She
Azeem Majeed is Professor of Primary Care and Head of the Department of Primary Care & Public Health at Imperial College London and he is a world-leading primary care epidemiologist. In this short video he talks about the changing epidemiology of COVID-19
Dr Stephen Bradley talks about some of the concerns of managing vulnerable patients during the COVID-19 crisis. Homeless patients, people who use drugs, asylum seekers and refugees have particular needs that are particularly challenging to meet just now.
Professor Joe Rosenthal talks about undergraduate and postgraduate education in general practice. Students have now been withdrawn from all medical placements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Let me introduce myself as the incoming editor of BJGP. What a time to start! Someone must have pressed the fast forward button — our medical world has started spinning at ever increasing speed and seems barely in control. Meanwhile, the rest
Trisha Greenhalgh is Professor of Primary Care Health Science working with the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford. She talks about the evidence around video consultations and how the research can help GPs and nurses consult safely and with
Dr Dave Triska is a GP who has come up with a simple design for PPE face protection that was featured on Channel 4 news. We would always recommend using standard PPE but this video offers an insight into Dave's process for
Dr Sonia Kumar is Director of Primary Care Education at Imperial College London. She takes us through some of the radical changes in undergraduate medical education in the past few weeks with COVID-19.
Azeem Majeed is Professor of Primary Care and Head of the Department of Primary Care & Public Health at Imperial College London and he is a world-leading primary care epidemiologist. In this short video he talks about the impact of COVID-19 generally
Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners and Dr Steve Mowle, RCGP Honorary Treasurer, talk about COVID-19 and personal protective equipment.
Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners and Dr Steve Mowle, RCGP Honorary Treasurer, talk about COVID-19 and the challenge ahead. "We do have to remember though, this is the biggest crisis that we have probably ever had
he British Journal of General Practice is a leading international primary care journal, publishing high-quality research with clinical impact worldwide. Here we highlight some recent papers and their clinical impact. 1. Detecting multiple myeloma Koshiaris et al. Universities of Oxford and Exeter,
The British Journal of General Practice publishes high-quality research and has the highest impact factor of all primary care journals worldwide, reaching 4.43 for 2018; additional journal metrics are the 5-year impact factor 4.187, Immediacy Index 1.380, Eigenfactor 0.00937, and Article Influence