The British Journal of Family Medicine is a fresh, practical website for today’s busy GPs, providing the latest developments in clinical medicine and sharing best practice in primary care delivery.
Focusing on the array of medical challenges presented by families with children of all ages, the British Journal of Family Medicine aims to be informative, progressive, reader-friendly and challenging.
All clinical articles are written by experts and are subject to peer review by our medical editorial advisers to ensure accuracy, relevance and currency.
The British Journal of Family Medicine covers a range of topics relevant to general practice, including:
- Diagnosis and disease management
- Clinical advances and therapeutics
- Referral protocol
- Developmental therapies
- Non-drug interventions
- Multidisciplinary best practice
- Guidelines and technology appraisals
The British Journal of Family Medicine’s highly experienced editorial staff also report on current events and key meetings, filtering out for our readers the information of most relevance to primary care.
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