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ISSN 1757-8515

British Journal of Medical Practitioners
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British Journal of Medical Practitioners


Browse the BJMP September 2014 PDF Booklet (Volume 7 Number 3)

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BJMP September 2014 Volume 7 Number 3

BJMP September 2014 Volume 7 Number 3

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Editorial

Research Articles

Review Articles

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for anxiety in children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Dr Hadi Shaker-Naeeni, Dr Trinisha Govender and Professor Uttom Chowdhury
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Case Reports/Series

Cyclophosphamide and Doxorubicin-induced Acute Pancreatitis in a Patient with Breast Cancer
Vincent Bryan Salvador, Manpreet Singh, Philip Witek and Gay Peress
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Prevalence of Psychiatric Disorders Following Brain Injury
Nismen Lathif, Emily Phipps, Philip Alton, Devena Tyagi Sharma
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Cholestatic hepatitis: An unusual presentation of lisinopril induced hepatotoxicity
Gurpinder Singh, Amit Kachalia, Jaspreet Kaur, Kinjal Kachalia, Shaojun Liu and Vincent Rizzo
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Clinical Practice

Content and Timing of Inpatient Discharge Summaries at the Mount
Abhishek Shastri, Santosh Bangar, Shoshanah Waldman, Elham Esfahani and Nick Brindle
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Upcoming Articles

The British Journal of Medical Practitioners has adopted a “Continuous Publication” model from the beginning of year 2010 publishing articles online as soon as they are peer-reviewed and copy-edited. This provides faster publication of articles for the authors and a quicker access for readers.

The BJMP website will now be updated regularly with the latest articles and we will continue to collate published articles into archival "issues" (about 4 issues per year).


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