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  1. Type 2 Diabetes and Asthma: Systematic Review of the Bidirectional Relationship
  2. Enhanced passive surveillance of influenza vaccination in England, 2016−2017 – an observational study using an adverse events reporting card
  3. The association between serum sodium concentration, hypertension and primary cardiovascular events: a retrospective cohort study
  4. Classification of excluded or missing virology data from UK-wide influenza vaccine effectiveness studies (Preprint)
  5. Brand specific, near real time, enhanced safety surveillance of influenza vaccines in general practice winter 2015/16: feasibility study (Preprint)
  6. The role of the chronic care model in promoting the management of the patient with rare liver disease
  7. Enhanced Safety Surveillance of Seasonal Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccines in English Primary Care: Interim Analysis
  8. Conurbation, urban and rural living are contributing determinants of allergic and infectious disease: Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Research and Surveillance Centre (RSC) Annual Report 2016-2017 (Preprint)
  9. Conurbation, urban and rural living are contributing determinants of allergic and infectious disease: Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Research and Surveillance Centre (RSC) Annual Report 2016-2017 (Preprint)
  10. Incidence of Lower Respiratory Tract Infections and Atopic Conditions in Boys and Young Male Adults: Royal College of General Practitioners Research and Surveillance Centre Annual Report 2015-2016
  11. Real World Evidence to an eHealth tool: The 2017 top ten papers from Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics
  12. Probabilistic broken-stick model: A regression algorithm for irregularly sampled data with application to eGFR
  13. RCGP Research and Surveillance Centre Annual Report 2015-2016: Boys and young male adults have a higher incidence of lower respiratory tract infections and atopic conditions
  14. The prevalence of COPD in England: An ontological approach to case detection in primary care
  15. In this issue: tools and processes that translate knowledge into practice
  16. An Ontology to Improve Transparency in Case Definition and Increase Case Finding of Infectious Intestinal Disease: Database Study in English General Practice
  17. Physician associates working in secondary care teams in England: Interprofessional implications from a national survey
  18. Incidence, Demographics, and Clinical Characteristics of Diabetes of the Exocrine Pancreas (Type 3c): A Retrospective Cohort Study
  19. Daily supplementation with 15 μg vitamin D 2 compared with vitamin D 3 to increase wintertime 25-hydroxyvitamin D status in healthy South Asian and white European women: a 12-wk randomized, p...
  20. The impact of patient online access to computerized medical records (CMR) and services for Type 2 Diabetes: systematic review. (Preprint)
  21. The Impact of Patient Online Access to Computerized Medical Records and Services on Type 2 Diabetes: Systematic Review (Preprint)
  22. Physician associates in primary health care in England: A challenge to professional boundaries?
  23. Effectiveness of an intervention to facilitate prompt referral to memory clinics in the United Kingdom: Cluster randomised controlled trial
  24. Opportunities and challenges of a World Serum Bank
  25. RCGP Research and Surveillance Centre Annual Report 2014–2015: disparities in presentations to primary care
  26. Impact of Information Technology–Based Interventions for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus on Glycemic Control: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  27. Diabetic microvascular triopathy, smoking, and risk of cardiovascular events – Author's reply
  28. Real-world evidence studies into treatment adherence, thresholds for intervention and disparities in treatment in people with type 2 diabetes in the UK
  29. Improving Collaborative Behaviour Planning in Adult Auditory Rehabilitation: Development of the I-PLAN Intervention Using the Behaviour Change Wheel
  30. Association between glycaemic control and common infections in people with Type 2 diabetes: a cohort study
  31. Effectiveness of seasonal influenza vaccine for adults and children in preventing laboratory-confirmed influenza in primary care in the United Kingdom: 2015/16 end-of-season results
  32. Algorithms for the Capture and Adjudication of Prevalent and Incident Diabetes in UK Biobank
  33. Influenza vaccination: in the UK and across Europe
  34. Physician Associate and General Practitioner Consultations: A Comparative Observational Video Study
  35. Interventions to improve hearing aid use in adult auditory rehabilitation
  36. Predicting Falls and When to Intervene in Older People: A Multilevel Logistical Regression Model and Cost Analysis
  37. Extracting Oneself from the Citation-stacking Bear Trap
  38. Current process in hearing-aid fitting appointments: An analysis of audiologists’ use of behaviour change techniques using the behaviour change technique taxonomy (v1)
  39. Microvascular disease and risk of cardiovascular events among individuals with type 2 diabetes: a population-level cohort study
  40. Bariatric Surgery in Obese Women of Reproductive Age Improves Conditions That Underlie Fertility and Pregnancy Outcomes: Retrospective Cohort Study of UK National Bariatric Surgery Registry (NBSR)
  41. In this issue - Benefits and disbenefits of computerised medical records (CMR): clinical, patient-centred, implementation and sociotechnical factors
  42. Commentary: A lack of a comparator group makes it hard to be sure whether computerised medical record system implementation achieved a better or worse outcome
  43. Accessible Modelling of Complexity in Health (AMoCH) and associated data flows: asthma as an exemplar
  44. Infection risk in elderly people with reduced glycaemic control
  45. Royal College of General Practitioners Research and Surveillance Centre (RCGP RSC) sentinel network: a cohort profile
  46. What drives quality improvement in chronic kidney disease (CKD) in primary care: process evaluation of the Quality Improvement in Chronic Kidney Disease (QICKD) trial
  47. Effectiveness of seasonal influenza vaccine in preventing laboratory-confirmed influenza in primary care in the United Kingdom: 2015/16 mid-season results
  48. Safety of community-based minor surgery performed by GPs: an audit in different settings
  49. Glucose test provenance recording in UK primary care: was that fasted or random?
  50. Systematic review of adherence rates by medication class in type 2 diabetes: a study protocol
  51. Applying the COM-B behaviour model and behaviour change wheel to develop an intervention to improve hearing-aid use in adult auditory rehabilitation
  52. Patients’ Online Access to Their Primary Care Electronic Health Records and Linked Online Services: Implications for Research and Practice
  53. Creating and using real-world evidence to answer questions about clinical effectiveness
  54. Basing approval of drugs for type 2 diabetes on real world outcomes
  55. Breast cancer metastasis burden in sentinel nodes analysed using one-step nucleic acid amplification predicts axillary nodal status
  56. Uptake and impact of vaccinating school age children against influenza during a season with circulation of drifted influenza A and B strains, England, 2014/15
  57. Long-term conditions and medically-unexplained symptoms: feasibility of cognitive behavioural interventions within the improving access to Psychological Therapies Programme
  58. Accuracy of Patient Self-Report of Stroke: A Systematic Review from the UK Biobank Stroke Outcomes Group
  59. Effectiveness of seasonal influenza vaccine in preventing laboratory-confirmed influenza in primary care in the United Kingdom: 2014/15 end of season results
  60. Supporting living well with hearing loss: A Delphi review of self-management support
  61. Improving Osteoporosis Management in Primary Care: An Audit of the Impact of a Community Based Fracture Liaison Nurse
  62. Using ontologies to improve semantic interoperability in health data
  63. Epigenome-wide association of DNA methylation markers in peripheral blood from Indian Asians and Europeans with incident type 2 diabetes: a nested case-control study
  64. An algorithm to improve diagnostic accuracy in diabetes in computerised problem orientated medical records (POMR) compared with an established algorithm developed in episode orientated records (EOMR)
  65. Physician associates and GPs in primary care: a comparison
  66. Improving the measurement of longitudinal change in renal function: automated detection of changes in laboratory creatinine assay
  67. Patients' online access to their electronic health records and linked online services: a systematic review in primary care
  68. In this issue: Unleashing the power of e-Health requires the development of an evidence base for interventions that improve care
  69. Minimally disruptive medicine is needed for patients with multimorbidity: time to develop computerised medical record systems to meet this requirement
  70. Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics: building on the 20-year history of a BCS Health peer review journal
  71. Low effectiveness of seasonal influenza vaccine in preventing laboratory-confirmed influenza in primary care in the United Kingdom: 2014/15 mid–season results
  72. The CPRD and the RCGP: building on research success by enhancing benefits for patients and practices
  73. A simple clinical coding strategy to improve recording of child maltreatment concerns: an audit study
  74. Outcome Measurement in Adult Auditory Rehabilitation
  75. Integrating electronic health record information to support integrated care: Practical application of ontologies to improve the accuracy of diabetes disease registers
  76. Defining dimensions of research readiness: a conceptual model for primary care research networks
  77. Identification of people with autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease using routine data: a cross sectional study
  78. Trends in the prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus and obesity in the Arabian Gulf States: Systematic review and meta-analysis
  79. Authors' response
  80. An integrated organisation-wide data quality management and information governance framework: theoretical underpinnings
  81. Patients' online access to their electronic health records and linked online services: a systematic interpretative review
  82. Child maltreatment: time to rethink the role of general practice
  83. Comparing exercise interventions to increase persistence with physical exercise and sporting activity among people with hypertension or high normal blood pressure: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
  84. Unravelling the tangled taxonomies of health informatics
  85. Peripheral neuropathy and the risk of cardiovascular events in type 2 diabetes mellitus
  86. Falls in the elderly were predicted opportunistically using a decision tree and systematically using a database-driven screening tool
  87. A simple clinical coding strategy to improve recording of child maltreatment concerns: an audit study
  88. Interventions to improve hearing aid use in adult auditory rehabilitation
  89. Uptake and impact of a new live attenuated influenza vaccine programme in England: early results of a pilot in primary school-age children, 2013/14 influenza season
  90. Effective pseudonymisation and explicit statements of public interest to ensure the benefits of sharing health data for research, quality improvement and health service management outweigh the risks
  91. Coding errors in an analysis of the impact of pay-for-performance on the care for long-term cardiovascular disease: a case study
  92. Development of a questionnaire to evaluate practitioners’ confidence and knowledge in primary care in managing chronic kidney disease
  93. 4. Sentinel lymph node metastasis burden in breast cancer patients predicts risk of further axillary metastases following analysis using one-step nucleic acid amplification: A prospective cohort study
  94. Protocol to evaluate the Respiragene test for smoking cessation
  95. Investigating the contribution of physician assistants to primary care in England: a mixed-methods study
  96. Getting on with your computer is associated with job satisfaction in primary care: entrants to primary care should be assessed for their competency with electronic patient record systems
  97. Commentary: Effects of exam room EHR use on doctor-patient communication: a systematic literature review – triadic and other key terms may have identified additional literature
  98. Big Data Usage Patterns in the Health Care Domain: A Use Case Driven Approach Applied to the Assessment of Vaccination Benefits and Risks
  99. Diabetes screening after gestational diabetes in England: a quantitative retrospective cohort study
  100. Time for research networks to be trained in informatics and based within informatics centres
  101. An evaluation of audiology service improvement documentation in England using the chronic care model and content analysis
  102. Corrections to "Audit-based education lowers systolic blood pressure in chronic kidney disease: the Quality Improvement in CKD (QICKD) trial results"
  103. Prevalence and characteristics in coding, classification and diagnosis of diabetes in primary care
  104. Clinicians were oblivious to incorrect logging of test dates and the associated risks in an online pathology application: a case study
  105. The provision and impact of online patient access to their electronic health records (EHR) and transactional services on the quality and safety of health care: systematic review protocol
  106. Association of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and failure to monitor renal function with adverse outcomes in people with diabetes: a primary care cohort study
  107. Serum Phosphate as a Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Events in People with and without Chronic Kidney Disease: A Large Community Based Cohort Study
  108. Audit-based education lowers systolic blood pressure in chronic kidney disease: the Quality Improvement in CKD (QICKD) trial results
  109. The Computerized Medical Record as a Tool for Clinical Governance in Australian Primary Care
  110. Improving the management of people with a family history of breast cancer in primary care: before and after study of audit-based education
  111. Referral for psychological therapy of people with long term conditions improves adherence to antidepressants and reduces emergency department attendance: Controlled before and after study
  112. The contribution of Physician Assistants in primary care: a systematic review
  113. Giving patients online access to their records: opportunities, challenges, and scope for service transformation
  114. Using the computer in the clinical consultation; setting the stage, reviewing, recording, and taking actions: multi-channel video study
  115. Coding the presenting problem
  116. Developing a survey instrument to assess the readiness of primary care data, genetic and disease registries to conduct linked research: TRANSFoRm International Research Readiness (TIRRE) survey instrument
  117. The health information ecosystem, technology to support more effective hospital discharge, data quality enables prediction of outcomes, and supporting better decision making
  118. Accelerating the development of an information ecosystem in health care, by stimulating the growth of safe intermediate processing of health information (IPHI)
  119. Call for consistent coding in diabetes mellitus using the Royal College of General Practitioners and NHS pragmatic classification of diabetes
  120. Interventions to improve hearing aid use in adult auditory rehabilitation
  121. Predicting the prevalence of chronic kidney disease in the English population: a cross-sectional study
  122. Corrigendum to “Towards an ontology for data quality in integrated chronic disease management: A realist review of the literature” [Int. J. Med. Inform. 82 (2013) 10–24]
  123. Association of anaemia in primary care patients with chronic kidney disease: cross sectional study of quality improvement in chronic kidney disease (QICKD) trial data
  124. Informatics as Tool for Quality Improvement: Rapid Implementation of Guidance for the Management of Chronic Kidney Disease in England as an Exemplar
  125. Towards an ontology for data quality in integrated chronic disease management: A realist review of the literature
  126. Variation in Recorded Child Maltreatment Concerns in UK Primary Care Records: A Cohort Study Using The Health Improvement Network (THIN) Database
  127. Engaging primary care in CKD initiatives: the UK experience
  128. How do we identify and support maltreated children?
  129. GPs' role in safeguarding children
  130. Evaluating tools to support a new practical classification of diabetes: excellent control may represent misdiagnosis and omission from disease registers is associated with worse control
  131. A simple approach to improve recording of concerns about child maltreatment in primary care records: developing a quality improvement intervention
  132. Triumph of hope over experience: learning from interventions to reduce avoidable hospital admissions identified through an Academic Health and Social Care Network
  133. Physician assistants in English primary care teams: A survey
  134. Perceptions of risk may explain the discrepancy between patient and clinician-recorded symptoms
  135. Automated identification of miscoded and misclassified cases of diabetes from computer records
  136. The pattern of silent time in the clinical consultation: an observational multichannel video study
  137. There are errors in how diabetes is diagnosed in patient records
  138. UK Prevalence of Chronic Kidney Disease for the Adult Population Is 6.76% Based on Two Creatinine Readings
  139. Trends and transient change in end-digit preference in blood pressure recording: studies of sequential and longitudinal collected primary care data
  140. Detecting referral and selection bias by the anonymous linkage of practice, hospital and clinic data using Secure and Private Record Linkage (SAPREL): case study from the evaluation of the Improved Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service
  141. Referral to a new psychological therapy service is associated with reduced utilisation of healthcare and sickness absence by people with common mental health problems: a before and after comparison
  142. Effect of Pay for Performance on Hypertension in the United Kingdom
  143. Confidence and quality in managing CKD compared with other cardiovascular diseases and diabetes mellitus: a linked study of questionnaire and routine primary care data
  144. Disparities in testing for renal function in UK primary care: cross-sectional study
  145. Quality achievement and disease prevalence in primary care predicts regional variation in renal replacement therapy (RRT) incidence: an ecological study
  146. Variability in selecting patients to manage in the community: a service evaluation of community matron's case-finding strategies
  147. Creatinine Fluctuation Has a Greater Effect than the Formula to Estimate Glomerular Filtration Rate on the Prevalence of Chronic Kidney Disease
  148. Reductions in risk factors for secondary prevention of coronary heart disease by ethnic group in south-west London: 10-year longitudinal study (1998-2007)
  149. How ready is general practice to improve quality in chronic kidney disease? A diagnostic analysis
  150. Quality-improvement strategies for the management of hypertension in chronic kidney disease in primary care: a systematic review
  151. Addressing modifiable risk factors for coronary heart disease in primary care: an evidence-base lost in translation
  152. A method of identifying and correcting miscoding, misclassification and misdiagnosis in diabetes: a pilot and validation study of routinely collected data
  153. Measuring the impact of the computer on the consultation: An open source application to combine multiple observational outputs
  154. Incorrect and incomplete coding and classification of diabetes: a systematic review
  155. Safety in prescribing
  156. The QICKD study protocol: a cluster randomised trial to compare quality improvement interventions to lower systolic BP in chronic kidney disease (CKD) in primary care
  157. Kidney problems
  158. Improving data quality and clinical records: Lessons from the UK National Programme about structure, process and utility
  159. Assessing cardiovascular risk in the 10-minute consultation
  160. Chronic kidney disease management in southeast England: a preliminary crosssectional report from the QICKD – Quality Improvement in Chronic Kidney Disease study
  161. Task Force of the European Federation of Medical Informatics Journals: Background, Rationale and Purpose
  162. The ALFA (Activity Log Files Aggregation) Toolkit: A Method for Precise Observation of the Consultation
  163. New patient asking for a benzodiazepine prescription
  164. Reducing coronary risk by raising HDL-cholesterol: risk modelling the addition of nicotinic acid to existing therapy
  165. Abnormal lipids in high-risk patients achieving cholesterol targets: a cross-sectional study of routinely collected UK general practice data
  166. The Development of Primary Care Information Technology in the United Kingdom
  167. Identification and management of chronic kidney disease
  168. Coronary heart disease and the management of risk: Patient perspectives of outcomes associated with the clinical implementation of the National Service Framework targets
  169. Kidney disease management in UK primary care: guidelines, incentives and Information Technology
  170. Chronic kidney disease management in the United Kingdom: NEOERICA project results
  171. The cost of implementing UK guidelines for the management of chronic kidney disease
  172. Assessing the prevalence, monitoring and management of chronic kidney disease in patients with diabetes compared with those without diabetes in general practice
  173. The roles of policy and professionalism in the protection of processed clinical data: A literature review
  174. A definition of clinical governance
  175. Clinical Knowledge Management: A Model for Primary Care
  176. An Informatics Benchmarking Statement
  177. Using Unified Modelling Language (UML) as a process-modelling technique for clinical-research process improvement
  178. Audit-based education to reduce suboptimal management of cholesterol in primary care: a before and after study
  179. Ethnicity recording in general practice computer systems
  180. e-Prescribing, Efficiency, Quality: Lessons from the Computerization of UK Family Practice
  181. Using computers to identify non-compliant people at increased risk of osteoporotic fractures in general practice: a cross-sectional study
  182. Management of cardiovascular risk factors in people with diabetes in primary care: Cross-sectional study
  183. Practice-based commissioning
  184. A study of cardiovascular risk in overweight and obese people in England
  185. A framework for comparing video methods used to assess the clinical consultation: a qualitative study
  186. Patient perspectives on multiple medications versus combined pills: a qualitative study
  187. The use of routinely collected computer data for research in primary care: opportunities and challenges
  188. Quality and variability of osteoporosis data in general practice computer records: implications for disease registers
  189. Do primary care professionals work as a team: A qualitative study
  190. The validity of searching routinely collected general practice computer data to identify patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD): a manual review of 500 medical records
  191. Identifying patients with chronic kidney disease from general practice computer records
  192. Trends in the prevalence and management of diagnosed type 2 diabetes 1994–2001 in England and Wales
  193. A knowledge audit of the managers of primary care organizations: top priority is how to use routinely collected clinical data for quality improvement
  194. Preventing stroke in people with atrial fibrillation: a cross-sectional study
  195. Management of heart failure in primary care after implementation of the National Service Framework for Coronary Heart Disease: a cross-sectional study
  196. The barriers to clinical coding in general practice: A literature review
  197. General practitioners believe that hypnotherapy could be a useful treatment for irritable bowel syndrome in primary care
  198. Community nursing needs more silver surfers: a questionnaire survey of primary care nurses' use of information technology
  199. End-digit preference in blood pressure recordings of patients with ischaemic heart disease in primary care
  200. Commentary
  201. An educational intervention to improve data recording in the management of ischaemic heart disease in primary care
  202. Can patients with osteoporosis, who should benefit from implementation of the national service framework for older people, be identified from general practice computer records? A pilot study that illustrates the variability of computerized medical reco...
  203. Using the Internet to conduct surveys of health professionals: a valid alternative?
  204. The National Health Service and the internet
  205. Does screening for loss of lung function help smokers give up?
  206. What Is Primary Care Informatics?
  207. Building the national health information infrastructure for personal health, health care services, public health, and research
  208. A model for patient-centred nurse consulting in primary care
  209. Does Feedback Improve the Quality of Computerized Medical Records in Primary Care?
  210. Why general practitioners do not implement evidence
  211. Development of an assessment tool to measure the influence of clinical software on the delivery of high quality consultations. A study comparing two computerized medical record systems in a nurse run heart clinic in a general practice setting
  212. Compliance and effectiveness of 1 year's home telemonitoring. The report of a pilot study of patients with chronic heart failure
  213. The use of a new continuous wireless cardiorespiratory telemonitoring system by elderly patients at home
  214. Measuring blood pressure at the wrist
  215. Computerised systematic secondary prevention in ischaemic heart disease
  216. National electronic Library for Health (NeLH)
  217. Have the completeness and accuracy of computer medical records in general practice improved in the last five years? The report of a two-practice pilot study
  218. The challenges for clinicians in finding relevant up-to-date information
  219. Internet can be accessed from NHSnet