# Index by author

February 1996; Volume 46,Issue 403

## A

### Addington-Hall, J

- You have accessInvestigation of whether on-site general practice counsellors have an impact on psychotropic drug prescribing rates and costs.B Sibbald, J Addington-Hall, D Brenneman and P FreelingBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 63-67.

### Arroll, B

- You have accessGeneral practice research.B ArrollBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 124.

## B

### Badia, Joan GenÃ©

- You have accessMANAGING IMMUNIZATION IN GENERAL PRACTICEJoan GenÃ© BadiaBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 126.

### Bloch, Norman

- You have accessPatient choice of general practiceNorman BlochBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 124.

### Booy, R

- You have accessMultiple concurrent childhood immunization.R BooyBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 121.

### Bosanquet, N

- You have accessChanges in general practice organization: survey of general practitioners' views on the 1990 contract and fundholding.B Leese and N BosanquetBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 95-99.

### Brenneman, D

- You have accessInvestigation of whether on-site general practice counsellors have an impact on psychotropic drug prescribing rates and costs.B Sibbald, J Addington-Hall, D Brenneman and P FreelingBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 63-67.

### Britten, N

- You have accessOver-the-counter medicines.J Erwin, N Britten and R JonesBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 121-122.

### Bundred, P

- You have accessThe biopsychosocial model of general practice: rhetoric or reality?C Dowrick, C May, M Richardson and P BundredBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 105-107.

### Bundred, P E

- You have accessPrevalence, aetiology and management of heart failure in general practice.F S Mair, T S Crowley and P E BundredBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 77-79.

### Burns, T

- You have accessWhat do general practitioners and community mental health teams talk about? Descriptive analysis of liaison meetings in general practice.S Midgley, T Burns and C GarlandBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 69-71.

### Bury, G

- You have accessOne-year prospective study of cases of suspected acute myocardial infarction managed by urban and rural general practitioners.A W Murphy, D McCafferty, J Dowling and G BuryBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 73-76.

## C

### Clubb, A S

- You have accessOpen-access echocardiography.A S Clubb and M R ClubbBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 122.

### Clubb, M R

- You have accessOpen-access echocardiography.A S Clubb and M R ClubbBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 122.

### Coleman, T

- You have accessAnti-smoking advice in general practice consultations: general practitioners' attitudes, reported practice and perceived problems.T Coleman and A WilsonBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 87-91.

### Crowley, T S

- You have accessPrevalence, aetiology and management of heart failure in general practice.F S Mair, T S Crowley and P E BundredBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 77-79.

## D

### Das, P

- You have accessWarfarin therapy in primary care.J N Eisenberg and P DasBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 123-124.

### Dowling, J

- You have accessOne-year prospective study of cases of suspected acute myocardial infarction managed by urban and rural general practitioners.A W Murphy, D McCafferty, J Dowling and G BuryBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 73-76.

### Dowrick, C

- You have accessThe biopsychosocial model of general practice: rhetoric or reality?C Dowrick, C May, M Richardson and P BundredBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 105-107.

### Dunstan, F

- You have accessAttitudes of general practitioners to caring for people with learning disability.M Kerr, F Dunstan and A ThaparBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 92-94.

## E

### Eisenberg, J N

- You have accessWarfarin therapy in primary care.J N Eisenberg and P DasBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 123-124.

### Ernst, E

- You have accessComplementary medicine--doing more good than harm?E ErnstBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 60-61.

### Erwin, J

- You have accessOver-the-counter medicines.J Erwin, N Britten and R JonesBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 121-122.

## F

### Freeling, P

- You have accessInvestigation of whether on-site general practice counsellors have an impact on psychotropic drug prescribing rates and costs.B Sibbald, J Addington-Hall, D Brenneman and P FreelingBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 63-67.

## G

### Garland, C

- You have accessWhat do general practitioners and community mental health teams talk about? Descriptive analysis of liaison meetings in general practice.S Midgley, T Burns and C GarlandBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 69-71.

### Gould, Mairi M

- You have accessHealth checks for elderly patients: request for informationSteve Iliffe and Mairi M GouldBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 124.

## H

### Haines, A

- You have accessThe science of perpetual change.A HainesBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 115-119.

### Howells, G

- You have accessSituations vacant: doctors required to provide care for people with learning disability.G HowellsBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 59-60.

### Hunt, J

- You have accessHuman resource management in general practice: survey of current practice.J Newton, J Hunt and J StirlingBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 81-85.

## I

### Iliffe, Steve

- You have accessHealth checks for elderly patients: request for informationSteve Iliffe and Mairi M GouldBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 124.

## J

### Jones, R

- You have accessOver-the-counter medicines.J Erwin, N Britten and R JonesBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 121-122.

## K

### Kerr, M

- You have accessAttitudes of general practitioners to caring for people with learning disability.M Kerr, F Dunstan and A ThaparBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 92-94.

## L

### Leese, B

- You have accessChanges in general practice organization: survey of general practitioners' views on the 1990 contract and fundholding.B Leese and N BosanquetBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 95-99.

## M

### Mair, F S

- You have accessPrevalence, aetiology and management of heart failure in general practice.F S Mair, T S Crowley and P E BundredBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 77-79.

### Martin, Brian P

- You have accessCountry doctors wantedBrian P MartinBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 124.

### May, C

- You have accessThe biopsychosocial model of general practice: rhetoric or reality?C Dowrick, C May, M Richardson and P BundredBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 105-107.

### McCafferty, D

- You have accessOne-year prospective study of cases of suspected acute myocardial infarction managed by urban and rural general practitioners.A W Murphy, D McCafferty, J Dowling and G BuryBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 73-76.

### McCoubrie, Malcolm

- You have accessDoctors as patientsMalcolm McCoubrieBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 107.

### Memel, D

- You have accessChronic disease or physical disability? The role of the general practitioner.D MemelBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 109-113.

### Midgley, S

- You have accessWhat do general practitioners and community mental health teams talk about? Descriptive analysis of liaison meetings in general practice.S Midgley, T Burns and C GarlandBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 69-71.

### Morgan, G

- You have accessPrimary care services for problem drug users: PSALT and DrugNet.G Morgan, A Willson and D WilliamsBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 122.

### Murphy, A W

- You have accessOne-year prospective study of cases of suspected acute myocardial infarction managed by urban and rural general practitioners.A W Murphy, D McCafferty, J Dowling and G BuryBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 73-76.

## N

### Newton, J

- You have accessHuman resource management in general practice: survey of current practice.J Newton, J Hunt and J StirlingBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 81-85.

## O

### O'Donnell, Niall P

- You have accessHeadache: not an ophthalmological problem?Niall P O'DonnellBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 123.

## R

### Richardson, M

- You have accessThe biopsychosocial model of general practice: rhetoric or reality?C Dowrick, C May, M Richardson and P BundredBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 105-107.

## S

### Schofield, H L

- You have accessWarfarin therapy in primary care.H L SchofieldBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 123.

### Sibbald, B

- You have accessInvestigation of whether on-site general practice counsellors have an impact on psychotropic drug prescribing rates and costs.B Sibbald, J Addington-Hall, D Brenneman and P FreelingBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 63-67.

### Smith, L F

- You have accessViews of pregnant women on the involvement of general practitioners in maternity care.L F SmithBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 101-104.

### Stirling, J

- You have accessHuman resource management in general practice: survey of current practice.J Newton, J Hunt and J StirlingBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 81-85.

## T

### Thapar, A

- You have accessAttitudes of general practitioners to caring for people with learning disability.M Kerr, F Dunstan and A ThaparBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 92-94.

### Thompson, M Keith

- You have accessTHE OLDER PERSON: CONSENT AND CAREM Keith ThompsonBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 126.

## W

### Wessely, S

- You have accessHeadache: not an ophthalmological problem?S WesselyBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 122-123.

### Williams, D

- You have accessPrimary care services for problem drug users: PSALT and DrugNet.G Morgan, A Willson and D WilliamsBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 122.

### Willson, A

- You have accessPrimary care services for problem drug users: PSALT and DrugNet.G Morgan, A Willson and D WilliamsBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 122.

### Wilson, A

- You have accessAnti-smoking advice in general practice consultations: general practitioners' attitudes, reported practice and perceived problems.T Coleman and A WilsonBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 87-91.

### Wynne-Jones, Melanie

- You have accessCARDIAC REHABILITATIONMelanie Wynne-JonesBritish Journal of General Practice 1996; 46 (403): 126-127.

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British Journal of General Practice

Vol. 46, Issue 403

February 1996

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