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British Journal of Family Medicine

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Family Practice Physicians, General Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Primary Care Physicians
The British Journal of Family Medicine is a practical international website focusing on the comprehensive healthcare of people of all ages and offers a unique bridge between primary and secondary care management. The British Journal of Family Medicine provides GPs, family practitioners and primary care professionals worldwide with the latest news, clinical articles and best practice across a range of medical fields including paediatrics, women's health, mental health, neurology and cardiology. Our highly experienced editorial staff also report on current events and key meetings. The British Journal of Family Medicine covers a range of topics relevant to family practice, including: Diagnosis and disease management Clinical advances and therapeutics Referral protocol Developmental therapies Non-drug interventions Multidisciplinary best practice Guidelines and technology appraisals The British Journal of Family Medicine is of interest to all members of the multidisciplinary team involved in family medicine making it an ideal vehicle for continuing professional development (CPD). Our MyCPD feature gives you one place to log all your CPD development activity - both on the BJFM website and elsewhere. We welcome submissions from all healthcare practitioners on any area concerned with primary care delivery.
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Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd
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