# Index by author

February 2000; Volume 50,Issue 451

## A

### Alcock, C

- You have accessPatients with cancer holding their own records: a randomised controlled trial.M Drury, P Yudkin, J Harcourt, R Fitzpatrick, L Jones, C Alcock and M MintonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 105-110.

### Avery, A J

- You have accessDo GPs working in practice with high or low prescribing costs have different views on prescribing cost issues?A J Avery, R V Wetzels, S Rodgers and C O'NeillBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 100-104.

## B

### Barber, N

- You have accessPatient-centredness and outcomes in primary care.C P Bradley, M Crowley, C Barry, F A Stevenson, N Britten and N BarberBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 149.

### Barry, C

- You have accessPatient-centredness and outcomes in primary care.C P Bradley, M Crowley, C Barry, F A Stevenson, N Britten and N BarberBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 149.

### Bond, C M

- You have accessA pharmaceutical needs assessment in a primary care setting.S E Williams, C M Bond and C MenziesBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 95-99.

### Bowling, A

- You have accessThe process of outpatient referral and care: the experiences and views of patients, their general practitioners, and specialists.A Bowling and J RedfernBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 116-120.

### Bradley, C P

- You have accessPatient-centredness and outcomes in primary care.C P Bradley, M Crowley, C Barry, F A Stevenson, N Britten and N BarberBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 149.

### Britten, N

- You have accessPatient-centredness and outcomes in primary care.C P Bradley, M Crowley, C Barry, F A Stevenson, N Britten and N BarberBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 149.

### Burns, T

- You have accessAre specialist mental health services being targeted on the most needy patients? The effects of setting up special services in general practice.T Kendrick, T Burns, C Garland, N Greenwood and P SmithBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 121-126.

## C

### Carnwath, T

- You have accessA cautious welcome for the new guidelines on management of drug dependence.M B Gabbay and T CarnwathBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 92-93.

### Cawston, P

- You have accessPrescribing and French trainees.P CawstonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 151.

### Craig-McFeely, P M

- You have accessQT lengthening and life-threatening arrhythmias associated with fexofenadine.P M Craig-McFeely, S L Freemantle, G L Pearce and S A ShakirBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 148.

### Crowley, M

- You have accessPatient-centredness and outcomes in primary care.C P Bradley, M Crowley, C Barry, F A Stevenson, N Britten and N BarberBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 149.

## D

### Dale, N

- You have accessFactors influencing general practitioner referrals to a tertiary paediatric neurodisability service.N Dale and J GodsmanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 131-132.

### Davey, P

- You have accessNot so simple cystitis: how should prescribers be supported to make informed decisions about the increasing prevalence of infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria?P Davey, D Steinke, T MacDonald, G Phillips and F SullivanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 143-146.

### de Melker, R A

- You have accessAntimicrobial agents in lower respiratory tract infections in Dutch general practice.M M Kuyvenhoven, T J Verheij, R A de Melker and J van der VeldenBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 133-134.

### Drury, M

- You have accessPatients with cancer holding their own records: a randomised controlled trial.M Drury, P Yudkin, J Harcourt, R Fitzpatrick, L Jones, C Alcock and M MintonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 105-110.

## E

### Egger, M

- You have accessNebulised steroid in the treatment of croup: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials.S Griffin, S Ellis, A Fitzgerald-Barron, J Rose and M EggerBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 135-141.

### Ellis, S

- You have accessNebulised steroid in the treatment of croup: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials.S Griffin, S Ellis, A Fitzgerald-Barron, J Rose and M EggerBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 135-141.

## F

### Fahey, T

- You have accessEstimation of cardiovascular risk in hypertensive patients in primary care.A A Montgomery, T Fahey, C MacKintosh, D J Sharp and T J PetersBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 127-128.

### Fitzgerald-Barron, A

- You have accessNebulised steroid in the treatment of croup: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials.S Griffin, S Ellis, A Fitzgerald-Barron, J Rose and M EggerBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 135-141.

### Fitzpatrick, R

- You have accessPatients with cancer holding their own records: a randomised controlled trial.M Drury, P Yudkin, J Harcourt, R Fitzpatrick, L Jones, C Alcock and M MintonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 105-110.

### Freemantle, S L

- You have accessQT lengthening and life-threatening arrhythmias associated with fexofenadine.P M Craig-McFeely, S L Freemantle, G L Pearce and S A ShakirBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 148.

## G

### Gabbay, M B

- You have accessA cautious welcome for the new guidelines on management of drug dependence.M B Gabbay and T CarnwathBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 92-93.

### Garland, C

- You have accessAre specialist mental health services being targeted on the most needy patients? The effects of setting up special services in general practice.T Kendrick, T Burns, C Garland, N Greenwood and P SmithBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 121-126.

### Gillespie, T

- You have accessSurvey of the use of selective culture for Neisseria gonorrhoeae in specimens from the female genital tract sent by general practitioners to a microbiology laboratory.T Gillespie and I McKayBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 129-130.

### Gilvarry, E

- You have accessChanges in receptionists' attitudes towards involvement in a general practice-based trial of screening and brief alcohol intervention.C A Lock, E F Kaner, N Heather, E Gilvarry and B R McAvoyBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 111-115.

### Godsman, J

- You have accessFactors influencing general practitioner referrals to a tertiary paediatric neurodisability service.N Dale and J GodsmanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 131-132.

### Greenwood, N

- You have accessAre specialist mental health services being targeted on the most needy patients? The effects of setting up special services in general practice.T Kendrick, T Burns, C Garland, N Greenwood and P SmithBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 121-126.

### Griffin, S

- You have accessNebulised steroid in the treatment of croup: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials.S Griffin, S Ellis, A Fitzgerald-Barron, J Rose and M EggerBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 135-141.

### Griffiths, F

- You have accessPrimary care groups and research networks: opportunities for R&D in context.P Thomas, J Kai, A O'Dwyer and F GriffithsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 91-92.

## H

### Hamilton, W

- You have accessNon-attendance at psychiatric outpatient clinics.W Hamilton, A Round and D SharpBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 151.

### Harcourt, J

- You have accessPatients with cancer holding their own records: a randomised controlled trial.M Drury, P Yudkin, J Harcourt, R Fitzpatrick, L Jones, C Alcock and M MintonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 105-110.

### Heather, N

- You have accessChanges in receptionists' attitudes towards involvement in a general practice-based trial of screening and brief alcohol intervention.C A Lock, E F Kaner, N Heather, E Gilvarry and B R McAvoyBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 111-115.

## J

### Jones, L

- You have accessPatients with cancer holding their own records: a randomised controlled trial.M Drury, P Yudkin, J Harcourt, R Fitzpatrick, L Jones, C Alcock and M MintonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 105-110.

## K

### Kai, J

- You have accessPrimary care groups and research networks: opportunities for R&D in context.P Thomas, J Kai, A O'Dwyer and F GriffithsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 91-92.

### Kaner, E F

- You have accessChanges in receptionists' attitudes towards involvement in a general practice-based trial of screening and brief alcohol intervention.C A Lock, E F Kaner, N Heather, E Gilvarry and B R McAvoyBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 111-115.

### Kendrick, T

- You have accessAre specialist mental health services being targeted on the most needy patients? The effects of setting up special services in general practice.T Kendrick, T Burns, C Garland, N Greenwood and P SmithBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 121-126.

### Kuyvenhoven, M M

- You have accessAntimicrobial agents in lower respiratory tract infections in Dutch general practice.M M Kuyvenhoven, T J Verheij, R A de Melker and J van der VeldenBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 133-134.

## L

### Leung, W C

- You have accessSex differences in incidence rates and referral ratios for first attack angina pectoris.W C LeungBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 148-149.

### Lock, C A

- You have accessChanges in receptionists' attitudes towards involvement in a general practice-based trial of screening and brief alcohol intervention.C A Lock, E F Kaner, N Heather, E Gilvarry and B R McAvoyBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 111-115.

## M

### MacDonald, T

- You have accessNot so simple cystitis: how should prescribers be supported to make informed decisions about the increasing prevalence of infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria?P Davey, D Steinke, T MacDonald, G Phillips and F SullivanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 143-146.

### MacKintosh, C

- You have accessEstimation of cardiovascular risk in hypertensive patients in primary care.A A Montgomery, T Fahey, C MacKintosh, D J Sharp and T J PetersBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 127-128.

### McAvoy, B R

- You have accessChanges in receptionists' attitudes towards involvement in a general practice-based trial of screening and brief alcohol intervention.C A Lock, E F Kaner, N Heather, E Gilvarry and B R McAvoyBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 111-115.

### McKay, I

- You have accessSurvey of the use of selective culture for Neisseria gonorrhoeae in specimens from the female genital tract sent by general practitioners to a microbiology laboratory.T Gillespie and I McKayBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 129-130.

### Menzies, C

- You have accessA pharmaceutical needs assessment in a primary care setting.S E Williams, C M Bond and C MenziesBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 95-99.

### Minton, M

- You have accessPatients with cancer holding their own records: a randomised controlled trial.M Drury, P Yudkin, J Harcourt, R Fitzpatrick, L Jones, C Alcock and M MintonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 105-110.

### Montgomery, A A

- You have accessEstimation of cardiovascular risk in hypertensive patients in primary care.A A Montgomery, T Fahey, C MacKintosh, D J Sharp and T J PetersBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 127-128.

## O

### O'Dwyer, A

- You have accessPrimary care groups and research networks: opportunities for R&D in context.P Thomas, J Kai, A O'Dwyer and F GriffithsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 91-92.

### O'Neill, C

- You have accessDo GPs working in practice with high or low prescribing costs have different views on prescribing cost issues?A J Avery, R V Wetzels, S Rodgers and C O'NeillBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 100-104.

## P

### Paterson, S

- You have accessRandomised controlled trials in general practice.S PatersonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 150.

### Pearce, G L

- You have accessQT lengthening and life-threatening arrhythmias associated with fexofenadine.P M Craig-McFeely, S L Freemantle, G L Pearce and S A ShakirBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 148.

### Peters, T J

- You have accessEstimation of cardiovascular risk in hypertensive patients in primary care.A A Montgomery, T Fahey, C MacKintosh, D J Sharp and T J PetersBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 127-128.

### Phillips, G

- You have accessNot so simple cystitis: how should prescribers be supported to make informed decisions about the increasing prevalence of infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria?P Davey, D Steinke, T MacDonald, G Phillips and F SullivanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 143-146.

## R

### Redfern, J

- You have accessThe process of outpatient referral and care: the experiences and views of patients, their general practitioners, and specialists.A Bowling and J RedfernBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 116-120.

### Rodgers, S

- You have accessDo GPs working in practice with high or low prescribing costs have different views on prescribing cost issues?A J Avery, R V Wetzels, S Rodgers and C O'NeillBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 100-104.

### Rose, J

- You have accessNebulised steroid in the treatment of croup: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials.S Griffin, S Ellis, A Fitzgerald-Barron, J Rose and M EggerBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 135-141.

### Round, A

- You have accessNon-attendance at psychiatric outpatient clinics.W Hamilton, A Round and D SharpBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 151.

## S

### Shakir, S A

- You have accessQT lengthening and life-threatening arrhythmias associated with fexofenadine.P M Craig-McFeely, S L Freemantle, G L Pearce and S A ShakirBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 148.

### Sharp, D

- You have accessNon-attendance at psychiatric outpatient clinics.W Hamilton, A Round and D SharpBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 151.

### Sharp, D J

- You have accessEstimation of cardiovascular risk in hypertensive patients in primary care.A A Montgomery, T Fahey, C MacKintosh, D J Sharp and T J PetersBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 127-128.

### Smith, P

- You have accessAre specialist mental health services being targeted on the most needy patients? The effects of setting up special services in general practice.T Kendrick, T Burns, C Garland, N Greenwood and P SmithBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 121-126.

### Steinke, D

- You have accessNot so simple cystitis: how should prescribers be supported to make informed decisions about the increasing prevalence of infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria?P Davey, D Steinke, T MacDonald, G Phillips and F SullivanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 143-146.

### Stevenson, F A

- You have accessPatient-centredness and outcomes in primary care.C P Bradley, M Crowley, C Barry, F A Stevenson, N Britten and N BarberBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 149.

### Sullivan, F

- You have accessNot so simple cystitis: how should prescribers be supported to make informed decisions about the increasing prevalence of infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria?P Davey, D Steinke, T MacDonald, G Phillips and F SullivanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 143-146.

## T

### Thomas, P

- You have accessPrimary care groups and research networks: opportunities for R&D in context.P Thomas, J Kai, A O'Dwyer and F GriffithsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 91-92.

## V

### van der Velden, J

- You have accessAntimicrobial agents in lower respiratory tract infections in Dutch general practice.M M Kuyvenhoven, T J Verheij, R A de Melker and J van der VeldenBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 133-134.

### Verheij, T J

- You have accessAntimicrobial agents in lower respiratory tract infections in Dutch general practice.M M Kuyvenhoven, T J Verheij, R A de Melker and J van der VeldenBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 133-134.

## W

### Wetzels, R V

- You have accessDo GPs working in practice with high or low prescribing costs have different views on prescribing cost issues?A J Avery, R V Wetzels, S Rodgers and C O'NeillBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 100-104.

### Williams, S E

- You have accessA pharmaceutical needs assessment in a primary care setting.S E Williams, C M Bond and C MenziesBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 95-99.

### Woodhouse, B

- You have accessColorectal cancer.B WoodhouseBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 150.

## Y

### Yudkin, P

- You have accessPatients with cancer holding their own records: a randomised controlled trial.M Drury, P Yudkin, J Harcourt, R Fitzpatrick, L Jones, C Alcock and M MintonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (451): 105-110.

## In this issue

British Journal of General Practice

Vol. 50, Issue 451

February 2000

Intended for Healthcare Professionals