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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Royal College of General Practitioners
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1 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―Sep―15 COVID-19: Hands, face, space, fresh air ... and exercise! The missing intervention to reduce disease burden Aessa Tumi, Hassan Khan, Sidra Awan, Kosta Ikonomou, Katija Ali, Kristina Frain, Irfan Ahmed
2 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Aug―27 General practice after COVID-19: a future conversation Pamela Martin
3 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―Aug―05 Clinicians’ and patients’ experiences of managing heart failure during the COVID-19 pandemic Faye Forsyth, Emma Sowden, Muhammad Zakir Hossain, Rachel Tuffnell, Carolyn Chew-Graham, Thomas Blakeman, Christi Deaton
4 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Jul―30 COVID-19 and conflict Abdullah Albeyatti
5 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Jul―30 The impact of COVID-19 on the travelling community in primary care Amanda Brickstock, James Daniels
6 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Jul―30 Beyond COVID-19: respiratory infection and cardiovascular events Joseph J Lee, Constantinos Koshiaris, FD Richard Hobbs, James P Sheppard
7 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―Jul―14 Maintaining face-to-face contact during the COVID-19 pandemic: a longitudinal qualitative investigation in UK primary care Andrew Turner, Anne Scott, Jeremy Horwood, Chris Salisbury, Rachel Denholm, Lauren J Scott, et al. (+3)
8 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Jun―25 Integrating public health and primary care: the response of six Asia-Pacific countries to the COVID-19 pandemic Sairat Noknoy, Ryuki Kassai, Neil Sharma, Leilanie Nicodemus, Carlos Canhota, Felicity Goodyear-Smith
9 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―Jun―25 Impact of Covid-19 on the mental health of singaporean GPs: a cross-sectional study Alvin Lum, Yen-Li Goh, Kai Sheng Wong, Junie Seah, Gina Teo, Jun Qiang Ng, et al. (+5)
10 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―Jun―11 Community end-of-life care during COVID-19: Findings of a UK primary care survey Sarah Mitchell, Phillip Oliver, Clare Gardiner, Helen Chapman, Dena Khan, Kirsty Boyd, et al. (+3)
11 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―May―28 Regional lymphadenopathy following COVID-19 vaccination: considerations for primary care management Emanuele Garreffa, Joanne York, Anne Turnbull, Denise Kendrick
12 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―May―28 General practice after COVID-19: a greater role for remote patient monitoring Richard Armitage
13 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―May―28 General practice after COVID-19: an introduction to our special series David Misselbrook
14 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―May―28 General practice after COVID-19: lessons learned Vasumathy Sivarajasingam
15 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―May―18 Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer assessment in primary care: a qualitative study of GP views Stephanie Archer, Natalia Calanzani, Stephanie Honey, Margaret Johnson, Richard Neal, Suzanne E. Scott, Fiona M. Walter
16 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―May―18 Delivering routine immunisations in London during the Covid-19 pandemic: lessons for future vaccine delivery Helen Skirrow, Charlotte Flynn, Abigail Heller, Catherine Heffernan, Sandra Mounier-Jack, Tracey Chantler
17 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―May―18 Seroprevalence study of SARS-CoV-2 infection in General Practice in Ireland Michael Edmund O'Callaghan, Elizabeth Ryan, Cathal Walsh, Peter Hayes, Monica Casey, Pat O'Dwyer, et al. (+17)
18 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―May―12 Transformation of primary care during the COVID-19 pandemic: experiences of healthcare professionals in eight European countries Marta Wanat, Melanie Hoste, Nina Gobat, Marilena Anastasaki, Femke Boehmer, Slawomir Chlabicz, et al. (+16)
19 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Apr―30 Bereavement care during and after the COVID-19 pandemic Caroline Pearce, Geoff Wong, Stephen Barclay
20 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Apr―30 Suicide prevention and COVID-19: the role of primary care during the pandemic and beyond Faraz Mughal, Allan House, Nav Kapur, Roger T Webb, Carolyn A Chew-Graham
21 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Apr―30 Was enough, and is enough, being done to protect the primary care workforce from COVID-19? Paul J Nicholson
22 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Apr―30 The importance of addressing loneliness: lessons from a pandemic Niha Mariam Hussain
23 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Apr―17 Impact of COVID-19 on Migrants’ Access to Primary Care and Implications for Vaccine Roll Out: A National Qualitative Study Felicity Knights, Jessica Carter, Anna Deal, Alison F Crawshaw, Sally Hayward, Lucinda Jones, Sally Hargreaves
24 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Mar―26 Physical health checks for people with severe mental illness during COVID-19 Richard Armitage
25 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Mar―26 Addressing the elephant in the room: COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Black and Asian communities Julia Darko
26 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Mar―26 Despite coronavirus, general practice is still the best job in the world Emma Ladds
27 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Mar―10 Antimicrobial stewardship during the COVID-19 epidemic: population-based cohort study and interrupted time series analysis in the United Kingdom Emma Rezel-Potts, Veline L'Esperance, Martin Gullifiord
28 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Feb―26 The role of antibody tests for COVID-19 in primary care Azmaeen Zarif, Dylan McGagh, Uy Hoang, Simon de Lusignan
29 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Feb―26 COVID-19 vaccine availability: what are the side effects? Afiniki Akanet
30 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Feb―26 Bullying during COVID-19: the impact on child and adolescent health Richard Armitage
31 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Feb―25 Remote primary care consultations for people living with dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic: experiences of people living with dementia and their carers Remco Tuijt, Greta Rait, Rachael Frost, Jane Wilcock, Jill Manthorpe, Kate Walters
32 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―Feb―24 Correction: Paying SPECIAL consideration to the digital sharing of information during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
33 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Feb―23 Was enough, and is enough, being done to protect the primary care workforce from COVID-19? Denise Kendrick, Raymond M Agius, John FR Robertson, Herb F Sewell, Marcia Stewart
34 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Jan―29 Gaining the patient perspective on COVID-19 and how best to respond to it Helen Burn
35 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Jan―26 COVID-19 vaccination programme: a central role for primary care Anthony Harnden, Wei Shen Lim, Andrew Earnshaw
36 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―Jan―19 Correction: COVID-19: Risk of increase in smoking rates among England’s 6 million smokers and relapse among England’s 11 million ex-smokers
37 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2021―Jan―18 The implementation of remote consulting in UK primary care following the COVID-19 pandemic: a mixed-methods longitudinal study Mairead Murphy, Lauren J Scott, Chris Salisbury, Andrew Turner, Anne Scott, Rachel Denholm, et al. (+4)
38 [GO] BJGP Open 2021―Jan―13 Communicating with people with hearing loss: COVID-19 and beyond Devina Maru, Jack Stancel-Lewis, Graham Easton, William EJ Leverton
39 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Dec―29 General practice during COVID-19: an FY2’s perspective Emilie Dobler
40 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Dec―29 Books: Blinded by Corona. How the Pandemic Ruined Britain’s Health and Wealth and What to do About it Martin Edwards, Anjna Harrar
41 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Dec―22 Vitamin D and COVID-19 in older age: evidence versus expectations Christopher E Clark, Jane Masoli, Fiona C Warren, James Soothill, John L Campbell
42 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Dec―22 Focused action is required to protect ethnic minority populations from COVID-19 post-lockdown Kamlesh Khunti, Ash Routen, Kiran Patel, Sarah N Ali, Paramjit Gill, Amitava Banerjee, et al. (+3)
43 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Dec―14 Estimating point prevalence of COVID-19 in Qatar’s primary care registered population: An rt- PCR drive through study protocol Mohamed Ahmed Syed, Ahmed Sameer Alnuaimi, Hamda A/Qotba, Hanan Al Mujjali, Mariam Ali Abdulmalik, Samya Ahmad Al Abdulla, et al. (+3)
44 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Dec―04 Changing media depictions of remote consulting in Covid-19: analysis of UK newspapers Gilly Mroz, Chrysanthi Papoutsi, Alexander Rushforth, Trish Greenhalgh
45 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Nov―27 RCGP Research Paper of the Year 2019: impact of COVID-19 Carolyn Chew-Graham
46 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Nov―27 Touch matters: COVID-19, physical examination, and 21st century general practice Paquita de Zulueta
47 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Nov―27 Appraisal, wellbeing, and pandemics: why a focus on wellbeing is always warranted Susanne R Caesar, Graham Layer, Stephen Barasi
48 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Nov―17 Point-of-care testing for respiratory infections during and after COVID-19 Hannah V Thornton, Tanzeela Khalid, Alastair D Hay
49 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Nov―17 Clinical and serological profile of asymptomatic and non-severe symptomatic COVID-19 cases: Lessons from primary care in Latin America Klaus Puschel, Catterina Ferreccio, Blanca Peñaloza, Katia Abarca, Maria-Paulina Rojas, Alvaro Tellez, et al. (+5)
50 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Nov―17 Recovery, Restoration and Risk: A Cross Sectional Survey of the Impact of COVID-19 on General Practitioners in the First UK City to Lockdown Namrata Trivedi, Vivek Trivedi, Arumugam Moorthy, Hina Trivedi
51 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Nov―17 Falling through the cracks: the impact of COVID-19 on postnatal care in primary care Rebecca MacGregor, Sarah Hillman, Debra Bick
52 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Oct―30 COVID-19 and cardiac considerations in the community Christine A’Court, Mayooran Shanmuganathan, Juan Carlos Leoni-Moreno
53 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Oct―30 Primary care of children and young people with asthma during the COVID-19 era Hanna Creese, David Taylor-Robinson, Sejal Saglani, Sonia Saxena
54 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Oct―30 COVID-19 in Wales and Liberia Michael Bryant
55 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Oct―30 COVID-19: a magnifying glass for gender inequalities in medical research Paul Sebo, Sabine Oertelt-Prigione, Sylvain de Lucia, Carole Clair
56 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Oct―20 Excess mortality in the first COVID pandemic peak: cross-sectional analyses of the impact of age, sex, ethnicity, household size, and long-term conditions in people of known SARS-Cov-2 status in England Mark Joy, FD Richard Hobbs, Jamie Lopez Bernal, Julian Sherlock, Gayatri Amirthalingam, Dylan McGagh, et al. (+17)
57 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Oct―02 Appraisal, wellbeing, and pandemics: is a focus on wellbeing now warranted? Margaret McCartney, Victoria Tzortziou Brown
58 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Sep―29 Impact of COVID-19 on loneliness, mental health, and health service utilisation: a prospective cohort study of older adults with multimorbidity in primary care Samuel Yeung Shan Wong, Dexing Zhang, Regina Wing Shan Sit, Benjamin Hon Kei Yip, Roger Yat-nork Chung, Carmen Ka Man Wong, et al. (+4)
59 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Sep―09 COVID-19 and international primary care systems: Rebuilding a stronger primary care Luke N Allen, Hajira Dambha-Miller
60 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Sep―09 COVID-19 and primary care in six countries Patricia Huston, John Campbell, Grant Russell, Felicity Goodyear-Smith, Robert L Phillips, Chris van Weel, William Hogg
61 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Sep―09 Relationship between the perceived strength of countries’ primary care system and COVID-19 mortality: an international survey study Felicity Goodyear-Smith, Karen Kinder, Cristina Mannie, Stefan Strydom, Andrew Bazemore, Robert L Phillips
62 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Sep―09 Primary health care beyond COVID-19: dealing with the pandemic in Cameroon Lundi-Anne Omam Ngo Bibaa
63 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Sep―08 Prevalence of suspected COVID-19 infection in patients from ethnic minority populations: a cross-sectional study in primary care Sally A Hull, Crystal Williams, Mark Ashworth, Chris Carvalho, Kambiz Boomla
64 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Aug―28 COVID-19 and the legacy of grief Iona Heath
65 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Aug―28 COVID-19, Orwell, and the media Samar Razaq
66 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Aug―28 COVID-19, primary care, and paediatrics: winter is coming James Hibberd, Roshni Mistry
67 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Aug―28 COVID-19: crystallising the importance of patient safety Clare Goyder
68 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Aug―28 How was lockdown for you? Asylum seekers’ mental health during the pandemic Pip Fisher
69 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Aug―28 Viewpoint: Pandemic primary care and the lack of a picture Bakula Patel
70 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Aug―26 Recording COVID-19 consultations: review of symptoms, risk factors, and proposed SNOMED CT terms Bhautesh Dinesh Jani, Jill P Pell, Dylan McGagh, Harshana Liyanage, Dave Kelly, Simon de Lusignan, et al. (+4)
71 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―31 COVID-19 and the creation of a new disease James Hibberd
72 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―31 COVID-19 and the death of the family doctor Stephen Gillam
73 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―31 Effect on mental health issues during the COVID-19 pandemic Parag Pandya
74 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―31 The COVID-19 torch Tim Senior
75 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―31 Emerging from COVID-19: prioritising the burden of loneliness in older people Richard Armitage, Laura B Nellums
76 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―31 Health inequality and COVID-19: the culmination of two centuries of social murder Mark Riley
77 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―31 Working from home during and after COVID-19: watch out for erythema ab igne when using laptops Philip Lewis, Ursula Wild, Thomas C Erren
78 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―21 COVID-19 highlights health promotion and chronic disease prevention amid health disparities Arch G Mainous, Sonia Saxena, Valery M Beau de Rochars, Donald Macceus
79 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―21 Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in primary and community care during the COVID-19 pandemic Kamlesh Khunti, Sebastian Straube, Anil Adisesh, Xin Hui S Chan, Amitava Banerjee, Trisha Greenhalgh
80 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Jul―15 Drug treatments affecting ACE2 in COVID-19 infection: a systematic review protocol Hajira Dambha-Miller, Ali Albasri, Sam Hodgson, Christopher Wilcox, Nazrul Islam, Shareen Khan, et al. (+2)
81 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―14 The efficacy of PPE for COVID-19-type respiratory illnesses in primary and community care staff Kamlesh Khunti, Anil Adisesh, Christopher Burton, Xin Hui S Chan, Briana Coles, Quentin Durand-Moreau, et al. (+5)
82 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jul―14 Reorganisation of primary care for older adults during COVID-19: a cross-sectional database study in the UK Mark Joy, Dylan McGagh, Nicholas Jones, Harshana Liyanage, Julian Sherlock, Vaishnavi Parimalanathan, et al. (+6)
83 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Jul―08 Social distancing, population density, and spread of COVID-19 in England: a longitudinal study Peter Tammes
84 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―26 Triage of patients with COVID-19 Alex Manning
85 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―26 The atypical presentation of COVID-19 as gastrointestinal disease: key points for primary care John Ong, Yock Young Dan, Jenny G Low
86 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―26 COVID-19 cumulative mortality rates for frontline healthcare staff in England Louis S Levene, Briana Coles, Melanie J Davies, Wasim Hanif, Francesco Zaccardi, Kamlesh Khunti
87 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―26 Doing the day’s work well: my unlikely COVID-19 renaissance Anupma Parihar
88 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―26 COVID-19 with abdominal symptoms and acute abdominal pain: a guide to identification for general practice Lu-Lu Zhai, Wei Wang, Lun Wu, Zhi-Gang Tang
89 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―26 Domestic violence during COVID-19: the GP role Jeremy Gibson
90 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―26 Domestic abuse in the time of coronavirus Anonymous
91 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―26 A hard time to die: grief and the coronavirus Mary Jane Boland
92 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―26 Treating the pandemic of fear Samar Razaq
93 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―22 Five principles for pandemic preparedness: lessons from the Australian COVID-19 primary care response Michael R Kidd
94 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―22 Combating COVID-19: East meets West Donald Li, Chak-sing Lau
95 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―Jun―22 Oseltamivir for coronavirus illness: post-hoc exploratory analysis of an open-label, pragmatic, randomised controlled trial in European primary care from 2016 to 2018 Samuel Coenen, Alike W van der Velden, Daniela Cianci, Herman Goossens, Emily Bongard, Benjamin R Saville, et al. (+5)
96 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Jun―10 Prison and opportunities for the management of COVID-19 Des Crowley, Walter Cullen, Patrick O'Donnell, Marie Claire Van Hout
97 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Jun―03 A brave new world: the new normal for general practice after the COVID-19 pandemic Nada Khan, Daniel Jones, Adam Grice, Sarah Alderson, Stephen Bradley, Paul Carder, et al. (+5)
98 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―29 COVID-19 Shikha Pitalia
99 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―29 GP at foot: remote ways to share management of diabetes amid the COVID-19 crisis Ruth Chambers, Paul Beaney, Gayathri Balasubramanian, Seyi Ogunmekan
100 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―29 Last haircut in Amwaj: COVID-19 in Bahrain David Misselbrook
101 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―29 Religious cliché and COVID-19 management: a barrier for physicians Qaiser Iqbal, Abdul Malik Tareen, Fahad Saleem
102 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―29 Chronic non-communicable diseases: a sacrifice on the altar of COVID-19? Philippe Domeyer, Vasiliki Katsari, Anargiros Mariolis
103 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―29 Pandemic preparedness starts in properly coded electronic health records Pablo Millares Martin
104 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―May―20 COVID-19: Needs-led implementation and the immediate potential of remote monitoring Nikki Newhouse, Andrew Farmer, Maxine E Whelan
105 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―May―18 Managing Ramadan queries in COVID-19 Salman Waqar, Nazim Ghouri
106 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―May―13 Should azithromycin be used to treat COVID-19? A rapid review Kome Gbinigie, Kerstin Frie
107 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―12 Protecting the health of doctors during the COVID-19 pandemic Azeem Majeed, Mariam Molokhia, Bharat Pankhania, Kaveh Asanati
108 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―12 COVID-19: a danger and an opportunity for the future of general practice Martin Marshall, Amanda Howe, Gary Howsam, Michael Mulholland, Jonathan Leach
109 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―01 Viewpoint: The COVID-19 and climate crises Lesley Morrison
110 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―01 An alternative COVID-19 checklist Mari Thomas
111 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―01 Managing patients with COVID-19 infections: a first-hand experience from the Wuhan Mobile Cabin Hospital Chenyu Sun, Qibing Wu, Chengyuan Zhang
112 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―01 Video consultations in UK primary care in response to the COVID-19 pandemic Samuel P Trethewey, Kathryn J Beck, Rehan F Symonds
113 [GO] British Journal of General Practice 2020―May―01 Viewpoint: COVID-19. This virus is not the real enemy, but our approach to it could be Giles Dawnay
114 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Apr―29 Enhancing the triage and cohort of patients in public primary care clinics in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Hong Kong: an experience from a hospital cluster Pang Fai Chan, Kit Ping Loretta Lai, David Vai Kiong Chao, Sau Chun Kitty Fung
115 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Apr―29 Paying SPECIAL consideration to the digital sharing of information during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond Laura Armitage, Beth K Lawson, Maxine E Whelan, Nikki Newhouse
116 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Apr―16 To monitor the COVID-19 pandemic we need better quality primary care data Simon de Lusignan, John Williams
117 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Apr―08 Ready for a long fight against the COVID-19 outbreak: an innovative model of tiered primary health care in Taiwan Brian Bih-Jeng Chang, Tai-Yuan Chiu
118 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Apr―08 COVID-19: Risk of increase in smoking rates among England’s 6 million smokers and relapse among England’s 11 million ex-smokers Pooja Patwardhan
119 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Apr―08 Should chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine be used to treat COVID-19? A rapid review Kome Gbinigie, Kerstin Frie
120 [GO] BJGP Open 2020―Jan―29 The coronavirus outbreak: the central role of primary care in emergency preparedness and response Catherine Dunlop, Amanda Howe, Donald Li, Luke N Allen


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