# Index by author

November 1999; Volume 49,Issue 448

## A

### Abrams, P

- You have accessUrinary symptoms and incontinence in women: relationships between occurrence, age, and perceived impact.L V Swithinbank, J L Donovan, J C du Heaume, C A Rogers, M C James, Q Yang and P AbramsBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 897-900.

## B

### Banerjee, S

- You have accessNon-attendance at psychiatric outpatient clinics: communication and implications for primary care.H Killaspy, S Banerjee, M King and M LloydBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 880-883.

### Bower, P

- You have accessConducting randomized trials in general practice: methodological and practical issues.E Ward, M King, M Lloyd, P Bower and K FriedliBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 919-922.

### Buckingham, K

- You have accessMorbidity, deprivation, and antidepressant prescribing in general practice.I F Mackenzie, K Buckingham, J M Wankowski and M WilcockBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 884-886.

## C

### Cape, J

- You have accessPatients' reasons for not presenting emotional problems in general practice consultations.J Cape and Y McCullochBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 875-879.

### Chopra, R

- You have accessLocality commissioning: how much influence have general practitioners really had?C H Hart, N Drummond, M Deane and R ChopraBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 903-904.

## D

### Deane, M

- You have accessLocality commissioning: how much influence have general practitioners really had?C H Hart, N Drummond, M Deane and R ChopraBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 903-904.

### Donovan, J L

- You have accessUrinary symptoms and incontinence in women: relationships between occurrence, age, and perceived impact.L V Swithinbank, J L Donovan, J C du Heaume, C A Rogers, M C James, Q Yang and P AbramsBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 897-900.

### Drummond, N

- You have accessLocality commissioning: how much influence have general practitioners really had?C H Hart, N Drummond, M Deane and R ChopraBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 903-904.

### du Heaume, J C

- You have accessUrinary symptoms and incontinence in women: relationships between occurrence, age, and perceived impact.L V Swithinbank, J L Donovan, J C du Heaume, C A Rogers, M C James, Q Yang and P AbramsBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 897-900.

### Dunn, N R

- You have accessAntidepressants and the serotonin syndrome in general practice.F J Mackay, N R Dunn and R D MannBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 871-874.
- You have accessNewer antidepressants: a comparison of tolerability in general practice.F R Mackay, N R Dunn, R M Martin, G L Pearce, S N Freemantle and R D MannBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 892-896.

## E

### Evans, J

- You have accessThe future for non-principal general practitioners: lost doctors--lost to whom?J Shakespeare and J EvansBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 868-869.

## F

### Freemantle, S N

- You have accessNewer antidepressants: a comparison of tolerability in general practice.F R Mackay, N R Dunn, R M Martin, G L Pearce, S N Freemantle and R D MannBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 892-896.

### Friedli, K

- You have accessConducting randomized trials in general practice: methodological and practical issues.E Ward, M King, M Lloyd, P Bower and K FriedliBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 919-922.

## G

### Goodhart, C

- You have accessAcceptability of screening young children for anaemia.C Goodhart and S LoganBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 907-908.

### Gormley, N

- You have accessFactors explaining the use of psychiatric services by general practices.D Melzer, L Watters, E Paykel, K Singh and N GormleyBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 887-891.

## H

### Harrington, P M

- You have accessVaccine, yes; injection, no: maternal responses to the introduction of Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccine.P M Harrington, C Woodman and W F ShannonBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 901-902.

### Hart, C H

- You have accessLocality commissioning: how much influence have general practitioners really had?C H Hart, N Drummond, M Deane and R ChopraBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 903-904.

## J

### James, M C

- You have accessUrinary symptoms and incontinence in women: relationships between occurrence, age, and perceived impact.L V Swithinbank, J L Donovan, J C du Heaume, C A Rogers, M C James, Q Yang and P AbramsBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 897-900.

## K

### Killaspy, H

- You have accessNon-attendance at psychiatric outpatient clinics: communication and implications for primary care.H Killaspy, S Banerjee, M King and M LloydBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 880-883.

### King, M

- You have accessNon-attendance at psychiatric outpatient clinics: communication and implications for primary care.H Killaspy, S Banerjee, M King and M LloydBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 880-883.
- You have accessConducting randomized trials in general practice: methodological and practical issues.E Ward, M King, M Lloyd, P Bower and K FriedliBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 919-922.

### Kumpusalo, E A

- You have accessThey call it stormy Monday--reasons for referral from primary to secondary care according to the days of the week.A T Vehviläinen, E A Kumpusalo and J K TakalaBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 909-911.

## L

### Lloyd, M

- You have accessNon-attendance at psychiatric outpatient clinics: communication and implications for primary care.H Killaspy, S Banerjee, M King and M LloydBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 880-883.
- You have accessConducting randomized trials in general practice: methodological and practical issues.E Ward, M King, M Lloyd, P Bower and K FriedliBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 919-922.

### Logan, S

- You have accessAcceptability of screening young children for anaemia.C Goodhart and S LoganBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 907-908.

## M

### Mackay, F J

- You have accessAntidepressants and the serotonin syndrome in general practice.F J Mackay, N R Dunn and R D MannBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 871-874.

### Mackay, F R

- You have accessNewer antidepressants: a comparison of tolerability in general practice.F R Mackay, N R Dunn, R M Martin, G L Pearce, S N Freemantle and R D MannBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 892-896.

### Mackenzie, I F

- You have accessMorbidity, deprivation, and antidepressant prescribing in general practice.I F Mackenzie, K Buckingham, J M Wankowski and M WilcockBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 884-886.

### Mann, R D

- You have accessAntidepressants and the serotonin syndrome in general practice.F J Mackay, N R Dunn and R D MannBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 871-874.
- You have accessNewer antidepressants: a comparison of tolerability in general practice.F R Mackay, N R Dunn, R M Martin, G L Pearce, S N Freemantle and R D MannBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 892-896.

### Martin, R M

- You have accessNewer antidepressants: a comparison of tolerability in general practice.F R Mackay, N R Dunn, R M Martin, G L Pearce, S N Freemantle and R D MannBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 892-896.

### McCulloch, Y

- You have accessPatients' reasons for not presenting emotional problems in general practice consultations.J Cape and Y McCullochBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 875-879.

### Melzer, D

- You have accessFactors explaining the use of psychiatric services by general practices.D Melzer, L Watters, E Paykel, K Singh and N GormleyBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 887-891.

### Moore, M

- You have access'Bin bag' study: a survey of the research requests received by general practitioners and the primary health care team.M Moore, K Post and H SmithBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 905-906.

## O

### Oakeshott, P

- You have accessScreening for cervical chlamydial infection in general practice.P OakeshottBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 923-924.

## P

### Paykel, E

- You have accessFactors explaining the use of psychiatric services by general practices.D Melzer, L Watters, E Paykel, K Singh and N GormleyBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 887-891.

### Pearce, G L

- You have accessNewer antidepressants: a comparison of tolerability in general practice.F R Mackay, N R Dunn, R M Martin, G L Pearce, S N Freemantle and R D MannBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 892-896.

### Post, K

- You have access'Bin bag' study: a survey of the research requests received by general practitioners and the primary health care team.M Moore, K Post and H SmithBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 905-906.

### Potter, J

- You have accessShould sexual partners of women with bacterial vaginosis receive treatment?J PotterBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 913-918.

## R

### Rogers, C A

- You have accessUrinary symptoms and incontinence in women: relationships between occurrence, age, and perceived impact.L V Swithinbank, J L Donovan, J C du Heaume, C A Rogers, M C James, Q Yang and P AbramsBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 897-900.

## S

### Sampson, E

- You have accessSerotonin syndrome: potentially fatal but difficult to recognize.E Sampson and J P WarnerBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 867-868.

### Shakespeare, J

- You have accessThe future for non-principal general practitioners: lost doctors--lost to whom?J Shakespeare and J EvansBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 868-869.

### Shannon, W F

- You have accessVaccine, yes; injection, no: maternal responses to the introduction of Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccine.P M Harrington, C Woodman and W F ShannonBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 901-902.

### Singh, K

- You have accessFactors explaining the use of psychiatric services by general practices.D Melzer, L Watters, E Paykel, K Singh and N GormleyBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 887-891.

### Smith, H

- You have access'Bin bag' study: a survey of the research requests received by general practitioners and the primary health care team.M Moore, K Post and H SmithBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 905-906.

### Swithinbank, L V

- You have accessUrinary symptoms and incontinence in women: relationships between occurrence, age, and perceived impact.L V Swithinbank, J L Donovan, J C du Heaume, C A Rogers, M C James, Q Yang and P AbramsBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 897-900.

## T

### Takala, J K

- You have accessThey call it stormy Monday--reasons for referral from primary to secondary care according to the days of the week.A T Vehviläinen, E A Kumpusalo and J K TakalaBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 909-911.

### Thompson, T

- You have accessThe need for an eBJGP.T ThompsonBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 924-925.

## V

### Vehviläinen, A T

- You have accessThey call it stormy Monday--reasons for referral from primary to secondary care according to the days of the week.A T Vehviläinen, E A Kumpusalo and J K TakalaBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 909-911.

## W

### Wankowski, J M

- You have accessMorbidity, deprivation, and antidepressant prescribing in general practice.I F Mackenzie, K Buckingham, J M Wankowski and M WilcockBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 884-886.

### Ward, E

- You have accessConducting randomized trials in general practice: methodological and practical issues.E Ward, M King, M Lloyd, P Bower and K FriedliBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 919-922.

### Warner, J P

- You have accessSerotonin syndrome: potentially fatal but difficult to recognize.E Sampson and J P WarnerBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 867-868.

### Watters, L

- You have accessFactors explaining the use of psychiatric services by general practices.D Melzer, L Watters, E Paykel, K Singh and N GormleyBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 887-891.

### Wilcock, M

- You have accessMorbidity, deprivation, and antidepressant prescribing in general practice.I F Mackenzie, K Buckingham, J M Wankowski and M WilcockBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 884-886.
- You have accessAntibiotic prescribing patterns.M WilcockBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 925.

### Wilkinson, M

- You have accessPACT quarterly returns.M WilkinsonBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 925.

### Williamson, S

- You have accessSPREAD initiative. The Research Team.S WilliamsonBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 923.

### Wilton, J

- You have accessLocum doctors in general practice: motivation and experiences.J WiltonBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 924.

### Woodman, C

- You have accessVaccine, yes; injection, no: maternal responses to the introduction of Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccine.P M Harrington, C Woodman and W F ShannonBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 901-902.

## Y

### Yang, Q

- You have accessUrinary symptoms and incontinence in women: relationships between occurrence, age, and perceived impact.L V Swithinbank, J L Donovan, J C du Heaume, C A Rogers, M C James, Q Yang and P AbramsBritish Journal of General Practice 1999; 49 (448): 897-900.

## In this issue

British Journal of General Practice

Vol. 49, Issue 448

November 1999

Intended for Healthcare Professionals