# Index by author

March 2000; Volume 50,Issue 452

## B

### Beardmore, G

- You have accessCan district-wide audits improve primary care epilepsy management? An audit of seizure frequency recording.J Hodgson, G Beardmore and W W HallBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 229-230.

### Boardman, A P

- You have accessA prospective study of primary care patients with musculoskeletal pain: the identification of predictive factors for chronicity.R G Potter, J M Jones and A P BoardmanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 225-227.

### Boeke, A J

- You have accessAre postal urine specimens a feasible method for genital chlamydial infection screening?I G van Valkengoed, A J Boeke and S A MorrĂ©British Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 236-237.

### Booth, N

- You have accessSex and relationships following childbirth: a first report from general practice of 131 couples.M Dixon, N Booth and R PowellBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 223-224.

## C

### Camilleri-Ferrante, C

- You have accessGeneral practitioners' views of working with team midwifery.M Farquhar, C Camilleri-Ferrante and C ToddBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 211-213.

### Carter, H

- You have accessQuality of information on hospice referral.N Donaldson, H Carter and R GreenBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 219-220.

### Carter, Y H

- You have accessLessons from the London Initiative Zone Educational Incentives funding: associations between practice characteristics, funding, and courses undertaken.S A Hull, J Tissier, K Moser, C J Derrett, Y H Carter and S EldridgeBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 183-187.

### Cheater, F

- You have accessFactors influencing discussion of smoking between general practitioners and patients who smoke: a qualitative study.T Coleman, E Murphy and F CheaterBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 207-210.

### Coleman, T

- You have accessFactors influencing discussion of smoking between general practitioners and patients who smoke: a qualitative study.T Coleman, E Murphy and F CheaterBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 207-210.

### Collins, J S

- You have accessGeneral practitioners' habits and knowledge in relation to the management of H. pylori-associated dyspepsia and their views about a locally available 13-carbon urea breath test.A Heaney, J S Collins, P R Watson and R M KalinBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 221-222.

## D

### D'Souza, M

- You have accessDermaclinic: preliminary triage by GP specialoids?M D'Souza, D Shah, B Johal, K Misch and L OstlereBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 238.

### Derrett, C J

- You have accessLessons from the London Initiative Zone Educational Incentives funding: associations between practice characteristics, funding, and courses undertaken.S A Hull, J Tissier, K Moser, C J Derrett, Y H Carter and S EldridgeBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 183-187.

### Dixon, M

- You have accessSex and relationships following childbirth: a first report from general practice of 131 couples.M Dixon, N Booth and R PowellBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 223-224.

### Donaldson, N

- You have accessQuality of information on hospice referral.N Donaldson, H Carter and R GreenBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 219-220.

## E

### Eldridge, S

- You have accessLessons from the London Initiative Zone Educational Incentives funding: associations between practice characteristics, funding, and courses undertaken.S A Hull, J Tissier, K Moser, C J Derrett, Y H Carter and S EldridgeBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 183-187.

### Eve, R

- You have accessConsultation rates with a doctor in 1996.R Eve, P Hodgkin, J Waller, P Jenkins and J McGorriganBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 216-217.

## F

### Farquhar, M

- You have accessGeneral practitioners' views of working with team midwifery.M Farquhar, C Camilleri-Ferrante and C ToddBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 211-213.

### Farrell, K

- You have accessA competency model for general practice: implications for selection, training, and development.F Patterson, E Ferguson, P Lane, K Farrell, J Martlew and A WellsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 188-193.

### Ferguson, E

- You have accessA competency model for general practice: implications for selection, training, and development.F Patterson, E Ferguson, P Lane, K Farrell, J Martlew and A WellsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 188-193.

### Fitton, P H

- You have accessNeeds assessment in primary care.P H FittonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 238.

## G

### Goodman, R

- You have accessParents and GPs at cross-purposes over hyperactivity: a qualitative study of possible barriers to treatment.H Klasen and R GoodmanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 199-202.

### Green, R

- You have accessQuality of information on hospice referral.N Donaldson, H Carter and R GreenBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 219-220.

## H

### Hall, W W

- You have accessCan district-wide audits improve primary care epilepsy management? An audit of seizure frequency recording.J Hodgson, G Beardmore and W W HallBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 229-230.

### Harrison, J

- You have accessPrioritising referrals to a community mental health team.J HarrisonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 194-198.

### Heaney, A

- You have accessGeneral practitioners' habits and knowledge in relation to the management of H. pylori-associated dyspepsia and their views about a locally available 13-carbon urea breath test.A Heaney, J S Collins, P R Watson and R M KalinBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 221-222.

### Hodgkin, P

- You have accessConsultation rates with a doctor in 1996.R Eve, P Hodgkin, J Waller, P Jenkins and J McGorriganBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 216-217.

### Hodgson, J

- You have accessCan district-wide audits improve primary care epilepsy management? An audit of seizure frequency recording.J Hodgson, G Beardmore and W W HallBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 229-230.

### Holden, J

- You have accessMembership by Assessment of Performance: developing a method for assessing established general practitioners.J Holden and J WearneBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 231-235.

### Hull, S A

- You have accessLessons from the London Initiative Zone Educational Incentives funding: associations between practice characteristics, funding, and courses undertaken.S A Hull, J Tissier, K Moser, C J Derrett, Y H Carter and S EldridgeBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 183-187.

### Hurwitz, B

- You have accessPsychological morbidity in general practice managers: a descriptive and explanatory study.A Sheikh and B HurwitzBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 203-206.

## J

### Jenkins, G C

- You have accessHealth technology assessment in primary and community care.G C JenkinsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 237-238.

### Jenkins, P

- You have accessConsultation rates with a doctor in 1996.R Eve, P Hodgkin, J Waller, P Jenkins and J McGorriganBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 216-217.

### Jewell, D

- You have accessWaiting for the great leap forward.A Logan and D JewellBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 179-180.

### Johal, B

- You have accessDermaclinic: preliminary triage by GP specialoids?M D'Souza, D Shah, B Johal, K Misch and L OstlereBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 238.

### Jones, J M

- You have accessA prospective study of primary care patients with musculoskeletal pain: the identification of predictive factors for chronicity.R G Potter, J M Jones and A P BoardmanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 225-227.

## K

### Kalin, R M

- You have accessGeneral practitioners' habits and knowledge in relation to the management of H. pylori-associated dyspepsia and their views about a locally available 13-carbon urea breath test.A Heaney, J S Collins, P R Watson and R M KalinBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 221-222.

### Kalsi, G S

- You have accessThe colorectal cancer jigsaw puzzle.G S KalsiBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 237.

### Kemple, T

- You have accessAdult learning theory.T KempleBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 238.

### Kinn, S

- You have accessChlamydia trachomatis in primary care: knowledge and practice in Glasgow.S Kinn, J Macnaughton, A Noone and A ScoularBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 214-215.

### Klasen, H

- You have accessParents and GPs at cross-purposes over hyperactivity: a qualitative study of possible barriers to treatment.H Klasen and R GoodmanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 199-202.

## L

### Lane, P

- You have accessA competency model for general practice: implications for selection, training, and development.F Patterson, E Ferguson, P Lane, K Farrell, J Martlew and A WellsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 188-193.

### Lennox, B

- You have accessMedical cannibalism, strangury, and the spread of erratic hyphenitis.B LennoxBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 236.

### Logan, A

- You have accessWaiting for the great leap forward.A Logan and D JewellBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 179-180.

## M

### Macnaughton, J

- You have accessChlamydia trachomatis in primary care: knowledge and practice in Glasgow.S Kinn, J Macnaughton, A Noone and A ScoularBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 214-215.

### Martlew, J

- You have accessA competency model for general practice: implications for selection, training, and development.F Patterson, E Ferguson, P Lane, K Farrell, J Martlew and A WellsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 188-193.

### McAvoy, B R

- You have accessA scandal of inaction: how to help GPs implement evidence-based health promotion.B R McAvoyBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 180-181.

### McGorrigan, J

- You have accessConsultation rates with a doctor in 1996.R Eve, P Hodgkin, J Waller, P Jenkins and J McGorriganBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 216-217.

### McKeon, K

- You have accessIs there enough clinical time available in primary care?J Paris and K McKeonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 236.

### Misch, K

- You have accessDermaclinic: preliminary triage by GP specialoids?M D'Souza, D Shah, B Johal, K Misch and L OstlereBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 238.

### MorrĂ©, S A

- You have accessAre postal urine specimens a feasible method for genital chlamydial infection screening?I G van Valkengoed, A J Boeke and S A MorrĂ©British Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 236-237.

### Moser, K

- You have accessLessons from the London Initiative Zone Educational Incentives funding: associations between practice characteristics, funding, and courses undertaken.S A Hull, J Tissier, K Moser, C J Derrett, Y H Carter and S EldridgeBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 183-187.

### Murphy, E

- You have accessFactors influencing discussion of smoking between general practitioners and patients who smoke: a qualitative study.T Coleman, E Murphy and F CheaterBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 207-210.

### Murphy, P

- You have accessSupporting practice-based audit.P MurphyBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 238.

## N

### Noone, A

- You have accessChlamydia trachomatis in primary care: knowledge and practice in Glasgow.S Kinn, J Macnaughton, A Noone and A ScoularBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 214-215.

## O

### Ostlere, L

- You have accessDermaclinic: preliminary triage by GP specialoids?M D'Souza, D Shah, B Johal, K Misch and L OstlereBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 238.

## P

### Paris, J

- You have accessIs there enough clinical time available in primary care?J Paris and K McKeonBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 236.

### Patterson, F

- You have accessA competency model for general practice: implications for selection, training, and development.F Patterson, E Ferguson, P Lane, K Farrell, J Martlew and A WellsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 188-193.

### Potter, R G

- You have accessA prospective study of primary care patients with musculoskeletal pain: the identification of predictive factors for chronicity.R G Potter, J M Jones and A P BoardmanBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 225-227.

### Powell, R

- You have accessSex and relationships following childbirth: a first report from general practice of 131 couples.M Dixon, N Booth and R PowellBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 223-224.

## S

### Scoular, A

- You have accessChlamydia trachomatis in primary care: knowledge and practice in Glasgow.S Kinn, J Macnaughton, A Noone and A ScoularBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 214-215.

### Shah, D

- You have accessDermaclinic: preliminary triage by GP specialoids?M D'Souza, D Shah, B Johal, K Misch and L OstlereBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 238.

### Sheikh, A

- You have accessPsychological morbidity in general practice managers: a descriptive and explanatory study.A Sheikh and B HurwitzBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 203-206.

## T

### Tissier, J

- You have accessLessons from the London Initiative Zone Educational Incentives funding: associations between practice characteristics, funding, and courses undertaken.S A Hull, J Tissier, K Moser, C J Derrett, Y H Carter and S EldridgeBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 183-187.

### Todd, C

- You have accessGeneral practitioners' views of working with team midwifery.M Farquhar, C Camilleri-Ferrante and C ToddBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 211-213.

## V

### van Valkengoed, I G

- You have accessAre postal urine specimens a feasible method for genital chlamydial infection screening?I G van Valkengoed, A J Boeke and S A MorrĂ©British Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 236-237.

## W

### Waller, J

- You have accessConsultation rates with a doctor in 1996.R Eve, P Hodgkin, J Waller, P Jenkins and J McGorriganBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 216-217.

### Watson, P R

- You have accessGeneral practitioners' habits and knowledge in relation to the management of H. pylori-associated dyspepsia and their views about a locally available 13-carbon urea breath test.A Heaney, J S Collins, P R Watson and R M KalinBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 221-222.

### Wearne, J

- You have accessMembership by Assessment of Performance: developing a method for assessing established general practitioners.J Holden and J WearneBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 231-235.

### Wells, A

- You have accessA competency model for general practice: implications for selection, training, and development.F Patterson, E Ferguson, P Lane, K Farrell, J Martlew and A WellsBritish Journal of General Practice 2000; 50 (452): 188-193.

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