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British Journal of Medical Practitioners
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British Journal of Medical Practitioners

Browse the BJMP June 2016 booklet (Volume 9 Number 2)

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BJMP June 2016 Volume 9 Number 2

BJMP June 2016 Volume 9 Number 2

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Research Articles

Case Reports/Series

Tuberculosis presenting as Costochondritis: a rare case report and brief review of literature
Manzoor Ahmad Wani, Naveed Nazir Shah, Syed Quibtiya Khursheed, Khurshid Ahmad Dar, and Asma Bashir
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Clinical Practice

Musculoskeletal training in Rheumatology - What the trainees think
Kavitha Nadesalingam, Eleana Ntatsaki, Dobrina Hull & Rod Hughes
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Education and Training

SPA days for all trainees?
Alexander Hall and Joanna Spence
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Improving Communication Skills Using Simulation Training
Priya Subramanian and Krishanthi Sathanandan
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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).

Review Article:
Sibylle Rahlenbeck, Jochen Utikal and Stephen Doggett
BJMP 2016;9(3):a921
M Aamer Sarfraz, Claire Carstaires, Jinny McDonald, Stanley Tao
BJMP 2016;9(3):a920
Review Article:
Mohammad Abid Keen
BJMP 2016;9(3):a919