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Forum May 2002

Author: ICGP

Publication Year: 2002


Editorial: In Navan, wonderful plans are afoot for a new surgery which will offer superstandards- but only for those who can afford to pay, Dr Niall Maguire
News: College pre-election lobby for extension of GMS eligibility, New MSc in women's health, Primary Care ideal setting for diabetes screening, GMS inequities among AGM motions, Dr Michael Coughlan to be appointed ICGP vice-president, Workshops to focus on suicide risk
Cover Story: ICGP AGM 2002: With significant changes afoot, several fundamental alterations in Irish General Practice are vital, Dr Richard Brennan
My Place: Incoming ICGP president, Dr Deirdre Murphy's practice is a model for the multi-disciplinary Primary Care team of the future, Moira Cassidy
Practice Management: Practice-related questions answered
Health Promotion: Women suffer more from smoking than men when it comes to their health, Frances Vickers
Webwatch: There are several well-designed but lonely health promotion sites just waiting for a visit, Jim Clarke
Et cetera: Miscellany of medical matters
Diary: Round up of meetings and events of interest to GPs
Clinical Review: MRI can give a snapshot of an injured muscle or ligament, Drs Alissa Connors and Simon Blake
Women's Health: Chlamydia is more difficult to control than other STDs, as the majority of infections are asymptomatic, Drs Gerard Sheehan and Anthony Ryan
ENT Workshop: Some typical cases and conditions, Mr Peter Walsh and Dr Mona Thornton
Nutrition: Many Irish women don't get enough nutrients because they believe some vital foods are fattening, Lean O'Flaherty
Vaccination: How Australians have tackled the problem of falling childhood immunisation rates, Dr Ben Parmeter
Pharmaceutical Update: News from the industry
Clinical Review Service: A selection of reviews of papers from the world's leading medical journals
Distance Learning: Neurology: The management of headache
Doctor's Diary: Meeting an astronaut and the idea of pigs in space, Dr Hugh Dennison
Latham at Large: Repainting the surgery has given staff a new lease of life. If only the same could be done for patients, Dr John Latham
UK View: The strain on hospital services, due in large part to consultant shortages, is causing a fall-out of extra work and corresponding extra pressure for GPs, Dr Rob Walker


ICGP journal supplements

Format Print
Keywords periodicals
Publisher MedMedia Ltd
Classification periodicals
Volume 19
Edition First
ISSN 0790-9977
Pages 75
Categories: Irish Content, Forum, ICGP Resources
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