# Index by author

December 1997; Volume 47,Issue 425

## A

### Ali, S

### Angus, C W

- You have accessCaring for others: consider the emotional issues.C W AngusBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 784-785.

### Annus, T

- You have accessAdrenaline degradation in general practice.S V Rudland, T Annus, J Dickinson and S LangdonBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 827-828.

### Avery, A J

- You have accessDo prescribing formularies help GPs prescribe from a narrower range of drugs? A controlled trial of the introduction of prescribing formularies for NSAIDs.A J Avery, B Walker, T Heron and S J TeasdaleBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 810-814.

## B

### Baker, M

- You have accessPutting principals back into practice: an evaluation of a re-entry course for vocationally trained doctors.M Baker, J Williams and R PetcheyBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 819-822.

### Baker, R

- You have accessWill the future GP remain a personal doctor?R BakerBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 831-833.

### Barclay, S

- You have accessHow common is medical training in palliative care? A postal survey of general practitioners.S Barclay, C Todd, G Grande and J LipscombeBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 800-804.

### Bisset, A F

- You have accessStroke services in general practice--are they satisfactory?A F Bisset, C Macduff, R Chesson and J MaitlandBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 787-793.

### Bramble, M G

- You have accessOpen access gastroscopy findings are unrelated to the use of aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.J C Mansfield, J R Greenaway, B R Contractor, N Idle and M G BrambleBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 825-826.

## C

### Caroe, J

- You have accessRomanian PGEA: doctors' dilemmas.J CaroeBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 838.

### Chesson, R

- You have accessStroke services in general practice--are they satisfactory?A F Bisset, C Macduff, R Chesson and J MaitlandBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 787-793.

### Contractor, B R

- You have accessOpen access gastroscopy findings are unrelated to the use of aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.J C Mansfield, J R Greenaway, B R Contractor, N Idle and M G BrambleBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 825-826.

## D

### Dale, J

- You have accessGPs' views about out-of-hours working.C Shipman, J Dale, F Payne and L JessoppBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 838-839.

### Davidson, O

- You have accessManaging depression: cognitive behaviour therapy training for GPs.F C Taylor, O Davidson and M KingBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 838.

### de Melker, R A

- You have accessThe end of antibiotic treatment in adults with acute sinusitis-like complaints in general practice? A placebo-controlled double-blind randomized doxycycline trial.W Stalman, G A van Essen, Y van der Graaf and R A de MelkerBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 794-799.

### Dickinson, J

- You have accessAdrenaline degradation in general practice.S V Rudland, T Annus, J Dickinson and S LangdonBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 827-828.

## E

### Ernst, E

- You have accessPain: a functional disorder.E ErnstBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 837.

## G

### Grande, G

- You have accessHow common is medical training in palliative care? A postal survey of general practitioners.S Barclay, C Todd, G Grande and J LipscombeBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 800-804.

### Gray, D J

- You have accessLike mother, like daughter.C J Seamark and D J GrayBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 836.

### Greenaway, J R

- You have accessOpen access gastroscopy findings are unrelated to the use of aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.J C Mansfield, J R Greenaway, B R Contractor, N Idle and M G BrambleBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 825-826.

### Grol, R

- You have accessWhat makes a good general practitioner: do patients and doctors have different views?H P Jung, M Wensing and R GrolBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 805-809.

## H

### Hamilton, Ian

- You have accessThe new-look BJGPIan HamiltonBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 837.

### Hastings, G

- You have accessPromoting sugar-free medicines: parents' views.G Hastings, K Hughes and R LowryBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 823-824.

### Heron, T

- You have accessDo prescribing formularies help GPs prescribe from a narrower range of drugs? A controlled trial of the introduction of prescribing formularies for NSAIDs.A J Avery, B Walker, T Heron and S J TeasdaleBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 810-814.

### Hickman, J

### Himmel, W

- You have accessReasons for drug changes implemented by secondary care.W Himmel and M M KockenBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 839.

### Holmes, W F

- You have accessThe influence of antibiotics and other factors on reconsultation for acute lower respiratory tract illness in primary care.W F Holmes, J T Macfarlane, R M Macfarlane and S LewisBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 815-818.

### Hughes, K

- You have accessPromoting sugar-free medicines: parents' views.G Hastings, K Hughes and R LowryBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 823-824.

## I

### Idle, N

- You have accessOpen access gastroscopy findings are unrelated to the use of aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.J C Mansfield, J R Greenaway, B R Contractor, N Idle and M G BrambleBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 825-826.

## J

### Jessopp, L

- You have accessGPs' views about out-of-hours working.C Shipman, J Dale, F Payne and L JessoppBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 838-839.

### Jones, A

- You have accessNebulizers in general practice--impending redundancy?A JonesBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 783-784.

### Jung, H P

- You have accessWhat makes a good general practitioner: do patients and doctors have different views?H P Jung, M Wensing and R GrolBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 805-809.

## K

### King, M

- You have accessManaging depression: cognitive behaviour therapy training for GPs.F C Taylor, O Davidson and M KingBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 838.

### Kocken, M M

- You have accessReasons for drug changes implemented by secondary care.W Himmel and M M KockenBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 839.

## L

### Langdon, S

- You have accessAdrenaline degradation in general practice.S V Rudland, T Annus, J Dickinson and S LangdonBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 827-828.

### Lewis, S

- You have accessThe influence of antibiotics and other factors on reconsultation for acute lower respiratory tract illness in primary care.W F Holmes, J T Macfarlane, R M Macfarlane and S LewisBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 815-818.

### Lipscombe, J

- You have accessHow common is medical training in palliative care? A postal survey of general practitioners.S Barclay, C Todd, G Grande and J LipscombeBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 800-804.

### Livesey, S J

### Lough, J R

- You have accessSummative assessment.J R Lough and T S MurrayBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 835.
- You have accessTeaching audit--lessons from summmative assessment.J R Lough and T S MurrayBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 829-830.

### Lowry, R

- You have accessPromoting sugar-free medicines: parents' views.G Hastings, K Hughes and R LowryBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 823-824.

## M

### Macduff, C

- You have accessStroke services in general practice--are they satisfactory?A F Bisset, C Macduff, R Chesson and J MaitlandBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 787-793.

### Macfarlane, J T

- You have accessThe influence of antibiotics and other factors on reconsultation for acute lower respiratory tract illness in primary care.W F Holmes, J T Macfarlane, R M Macfarlane and S LewisBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 815-818.

### Macfarlane, R M

- You have accessThe influence of antibiotics and other factors on reconsultation for acute lower respiratory tract illness in primary care.W F Holmes, J T Macfarlane, R M Macfarlane and S LewisBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 815-818.

### Maitland, J

- You have accessStroke services in general practice--are they satisfactory?A F Bisset, C Macduff, R Chesson and J MaitlandBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 787-793.

### Mansfield, J C

- You have accessOpen access gastroscopy findings are unrelated to the use of aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.J C Mansfield, J R Greenaway, B R Contractor, N Idle and M G BrambleBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 825-826.

### Murray, T S

- You have accessSummative assessment.J R Lough and T S MurrayBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 835.
- You have accessTeaching audit--lessons from summmative assessment.J R Lough and T S MurrayBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 829-830.

## P

### Payne, F

- You have accessGPs' views about out-of-hours working.C Shipman, J Dale, F Payne and L JessoppBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 838-839.

### Petchey, R

- You have accessPutting principals back into practice: an evaluation of a re-entry course for vocationally trained doctors.M Baker, J Williams and R PetcheyBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 819-822.

## R

### Rudland, S V

- You have accessAdrenaline degradation in general practice.S V Rudland, T Annus, J Dickinson and S LangdonBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 827-828.

## S

### Seamark, C J

- You have accessLike mother, like daughter.C J Seamark and D J GrayBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 836.

### Sheikh, A

- You have accessFolic acid supplements and NTDs.A SheikhBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 836.

### Shipman, C

- You have accessGPs' views about out-of-hours working.C Shipman, J Dale, F Payne and L JessoppBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 838-839.

### Skrine, R L

- You have accessPsychosomatic medicine.R L SkrineBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 836-837.

### Stalman, W

- You have accessThe end of antibiotic treatment in adults with acute sinusitis-like complaints in general practice? A placebo-controlled double-blind randomized doxycycline trial.W Stalman, G A van Essen, Y van der Graaf and R A de MelkerBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 794-799.

## T

### Taylor, F C

- You have accessManaging depression: cognitive behaviour therapy training for GPs.F C Taylor, O Davidson and M KingBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 838.

### Teasdale, S J

- You have accessDo prescribing formularies help GPs prescribe from a narrower range of drugs? A controlled trial of the introduction of prescribing formularies for NSAIDs.A J Avery, B Walker, T Heron and S J TeasdaleBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 810-814.

### Todd, C

- You have accessHow common is medical training in palliative care? A postal survey of general practitioners.S Barclay, C Todd, G Grande and J LipscombeBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 800-804.

## V

### van der Graaf, Y

- You have accessThe end of antibiotic treatment in adults with acute sinusitis-like complaints in general practice? A placebo-controlled double-blind randomized doxycycline trial.W Stalman, G A van Essen, Y van der Graaf and R A de MelkerBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 794-799.

### van Essen, G A

- You have accessThe end of antibiotic treatment in adults with acute sinusitis-like complaints in general practice? A placebo-controlled double-blind randomized doxycycline trial.W Stalman, G A van Essen, Y van der Graaf and R A de MelkerBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 794-799.

## W

### Walker, B

- You have accessDo prescribing formularies help GPs prescribe from a narrower range of drugs? A controlled trial of the introduction of prescribing formularies for NSAIDs.A J Avery, B Walker, T Heron and S J TeasdaleBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 810-814.

### Wensing, M

- You have accessWhat makes a good general practitioner: do patients and doctors have different views?H P Jung, M Wensing and R GrolBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 805-809.

### Williams, J

- You have accessPutting principals back into practice: an evaluation of a re-entry course for vocationally trained doctors.M Baker, J Williams and R PetcheyBritish Journal of General Practice 1997; 47 (425): 819-822.

## In this issue

British Journal of General Practice

Vol. 47, Issue 425

December 1997

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