British Journal of General Practice

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  • 1997 Journal Article
    ​ ​Himmel, Wolfgang, et al. "Management of involuntary childlessness​." ​British Journal of General Practice, vol. 47, no. 415, ​1997, pp. 111​-118​. ​
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  • 2016 Journal Article | Research Paper | 
    ​ ​Gágyor, Ildikó, et al. "Predicting antibiotic prescription after symptomatic treatment for urinary tract infection: development of a model using data from an RCT in general practice​." ​British Journal of General Practice, vol. 66, no. 645, ​2016, pp. E234​-E240​, ​doi: 10.3399/bjgp16X684361. 
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  • 2002 Journal Article | Letter Note
    ​ ​Himmel, Wolfgang, et al. "Predictive value of asthma medication to identify asthma sufferers - Authors' response​." ​British Journal of General Practice, vol. 52, no. 475, ​2002, pp. 154​-155​. ​
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  • 2007 Journal Article | Research Paper
    ​ ​Scherer, Martin, et al. "Psychological distress in primary care patients with heart failure: a longitudinal study​." ​British Journal of General Practice, vol. 57, no. 543, ​2007, pp. 801​-807​. ​
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  • 2001 Journal Article | Research Paper
    ​ ​Himmel, Wolfgang, et al. "The predictive value of asthma medications to identify individuals with asthma - a study in German general practices​." ​British Journal of General Practice, vol. 51, no. 472, ​2001, pp. 879​-883​. ​
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  • 2002 Journal Article | Research Paper
    ​ ​Hummers-Pradier, Eva, and Michael M. Kochen. "Urinary tract infections in adult general practice patients​." ​British Journal of General Practice, vol. 52, no. 482, ​2002, pp. 752​-761​. ​
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