In the BJGP we have editorials and we have more traditional medical education articles such as those featured in Clinical Intelligence. X-ray facilities and guidelines; Ethics committees: And, of course, we do opinion and polemic. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. As I read the inner cover of September’s BJGP I noted once again the preponderance of researchers whose surnames contain an almost implausible combination of vowels or suspicious frequency of diphthongs. I do wonder though as to why quite so many articles appear from the Benelux and Scandinavian countries.
A population-based study of different antibiotic prescribing in different areas. Many cultural and practical differences exist and in a medical context alone these would include incompatible or different: I am happy to read and learn from articles originating elsewhere in the lettter and delight in the cosmopolitan culture of this proud journal.
Writing for the BJGP – Beyond Research
I do wonder though as to why quite so many articles appear from the Benelux and Scandinavian countries. I appreciate this has a most unfortunate acronym but I do hope my point is not lost in translation.
We also publish articles on everything beyond the consulting room and we have always reached into areas such as book and film reviews, arts, theatre and exhibitions. It is fover a safe assumption that research findings anywhere within these ever expanding European boundaries apply throughout or even elsewhere. Next Delphi and the current path of Western culture.
Writing for the BJGP – Beyond Research – BJGP Life
We also have a blog and website where we publish articles that are vover suited to an online medium. A good length for an article on BJGP Life is much the lettdr as the print journal — words works well. One of the aspects of the BJGP that has always been appreciated by readers is that we publish a lot of writing about primary care and the profession that goes beyond research. We may be able to use a review. We are always happy to consider any article but if you do stray far beyond these limits it does make it harder for us to use it.
More commonly we are working issues down the line for articles that are not time-sensitive. We are fortunate enough to receive more submissions than we can publish in the print journal. Get in touch and let us know. There is some flexibility but we like to use images in the print journal and we need some space in which to add them.
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We like book reviews to be words when possible although some reviews will be words long. If you are aware of a local exhibition or event that could be of interest then get in touch. It has, in the past, been known simply as the Back Pages and it has been through a period as Out of Hours.
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We are very happy to consider this as an option when suitable. I am bemused by the relevance of studying prescribing habits that stray from those of the Dutch College of General Practitioners’ guidelines.
Learn how your comment data is processed. Regular bloggers We do have a number of people who write regularly. BJGP Life gives letger the opportunity to publish articles that are of immediate interest to our readers.
In addition, there is an open-ended option with word count. Sometimes that is because they are time sensitive and topical. This is where we add the debate and opinion to help ensure everyone benefits from that research. X-ray facilities and guidelines; Ethics committees: These should be words long and can cover a range of areas. We do publish longer essays on occasions. Perhaps ours is truly the pinnacle of publishing excellence that Danish researchers can only aspire to.
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