British Journal of General Practice
The British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) is a leading medical journal for family doctors and practitioners worldwide. We've been publishing high-quality research and commentary since 1953, and continue to provide a strong evidence base for general practice.
Current articles are available to RCGP Members, subscribers, and institutional users. All readers can browse and view abstracts.
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Vulnerable people are the focus of the December issue. We examine primary care for children, homeless men, people with intellectual disabilities, and farmers. Also this month, treatment-resistant depression and opioid prescribing.
Critical Reading for Primary Care
'Critical Reading for Primary Care: the BJGP/RCGP toolkit' provides guidance on evaluating the quality of research articles, and is freely available to download.
'Accessing BJGP' provides access help for all users.
BJGP Journal Office
Royal College of General Practitioners
30 Euston Square, London NW1 2FB
Tel: 020 3188 7542 / Fax: 020 3188 7401