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A systematic review of reasons for and against asking patients about their socioeconomic contexts

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Journal for Equity in Health, Vol 18, Iss 1, Pp 1-15 (2019)

Abstract: Abstract Background People’s social and economic circumstances are important determinants of their health, health experiences, healthcare access, and healthcare outcomes. However, patients’ socioeconomic circumstances are rarely asked about or document...

TIDieR-Placebo: A guide and checklist for reporting placebo and sham controls.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): PLoS Medicine, Vol 17, Iss 9, p e1003294 (2020)

Abstract: BackgroundPlacebo or sham controls are the standard against which the benefits and harms of many active interventions are measured. Whilst the components and the method of their delivery have been shown to affect study outcomes, placebo and sham contro...


Genomic health data generation in the UK: a 360 view

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): European Journal of Human Genetics: EJHG; 20220101, Issue: Preprints p1-8, 8p

Abstract: In the UK, genomic health data is being generated in three major contexts: the healthcare system (based on clinical indication), in large scale research programmes, and for purchasers of direct-to-consumer genetic tests. The recently delivered hybrid c...

Ethical, social and legal implications of genomics for primary care

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): InnovAIT; February 2021, Vol. 14 Issue: 2 p124-130, 7p

Abstract: The technical advances of genomic medicine have been well described in recent years, in the medical as well as public media. The social aspects of these advances have significant implications for primary care. GPs have previously ‘done genomics’ simply...


Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): InnovAIT; November 2018, Vol. 11 Issue: 11 p639-645, 7p

Abstract: A commitment to safeguarding confidentiality is essential in ensuring patients’ trust. With increasingly complex models of healthcare, changing uses of personal patient data, and sharing of patient information between services, confidentiality can be d...

Evaluating case studies of community-oriented integrated care

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): London Journal of Primary Care; July 2018, Vol. 10 Issue: 4 p73-81, 9p

Abstract: AbstractThis paper summarises a ten-year conversation within London Journal of Primary Care about the nature of community-oriented integrated care (COIC) and how to develop and evaluate it. COIC means integration of efforts for combined disease-treatme...

Inside general practice ethics: guidelines ‘and’ ‘of’ or ‘for’ good clinical practice

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): London Journal of Primary Care; March 2018, Vol. 10 Issue: 2 p34-38, 5p

Abstract: AbstractThe RCGP conference, like other annual healthcare conferences offers a protected space for reflection on ethical aspects of practice. This paper presents a summary and discussion of a fringe session led by the RCGP Committee On Medical Ethics a...

‘The House of God’: reflections 40 years on, in conversation with author Samuel Shem

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): Postgraduate Medical Journal; 2018, Vol. 94 Issue: 1115 p531-534, 4p

Abstract: The House of God is a seminal work of medical satire based on the gruelling internship experiences of Samuel Shem at the Beth Israel Hospital. Thirteen ‘Laws’ were offered to rationalise the seemingly chaotic patient management and flow. There have bee...

Everyday clinical dilemmas

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): InnovAIT; August 2017, Vol. 10 Issue: 8 p442-447, 6p

Abstract: Everyday clinical dilemmas in general practice may not always be recognised as involving ethical challenges. Such cases will typically make the GP feel a bit uncomfortable and uncertain. Ethics is often seen as relevant to abstruse and complicated case...

Self-awareness and professionalism

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): InnovAIT; August 2017, Vol. 10 Issue: 8 p452-457, 6p

Abstract: Professionalism is a key component of good general practice, and self-awareness is a key component of professionalism. Being self-aware means understanding your own fitness to practice as a GP. It is a critical skill for ePortfolio reflections and appr...