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  1. 10 Years experience with integrated general practice
    Dean AD, Boda I
    Microcomputers in Medicine (1987); 15: 342-375
  2. Pharmacoepidemiology using a UK database of primary care records
    Hall G
    Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety (1992); 1: 33-37
  3. Managing adverse reaction information
    Mann RD
    Drug Information J (1992); 26: 583-587
  4. A major resource for drug safety studies. The General Practice Research Database (formerly VAMP Research)
    Jick H
    Carshalton: Centre for Medicines Research (1995)
  5. The General Practice Database
    In: Measuring Morbidity and Health: What information can General Practice deliver? Eames M (ed), Hatfield:University of Hertfordshire (1996)
  6. Key Health Statistics from General Practice 1996
    National Statistics(1996) Series MB6 no 1
  7. The UK general practice research database
    Walley T, Mantgani A
    Lancet (1997); 350: 1097-1099
  8. Use of the UK General Practice Research Database for pharmacoepidemiology
    Garcia Rodriguez LA, Perez Gutthann S
    Br J Clin Pharmacol (1998); 45: 419-425
  9. Principles of epidemiologic research on adverse and beneficial drug effects
    Jick H, Garcia Rodriguez LA, Perez Gutthann S
    Lancet (1998); 352: 1767-1770
  10. The General Practice Research Database
    Lawson DH, Sherman V, Hollowell J
    Q J Med (1998); 91: 445-452
  11. Issues and directions in prescribing analysis
    Frischer M, Chapman S
    In: Panton R (ed) Medicines Management BMA publications (1998)
  12. Key Health Statistics from General Practice 1996
    National Statistics(1998) Series MB6 No 2
  13. Using the General Practice Research Database
    Hynes D
    Update (1999); 888-890
  14. Sviluppo e uso dei database in medicina generale in Europa (Development of database in European general practice)
    Lauri D
    Ricerca e Pratica (1999); 15, 9-19
  15. Clinical information for research; the use of general practice database
    Lawrenson R, Williams T, Farmer R
    J Pub Health Med (1999); 21(3): 299-304
  16. Cost effectiveness of migraine therapy: evaluating new acute treatments using the example of the triptans
    Millson,DS Clark,W Ward,H & Frischer,M
    In: Key Advances in the Effective Management of Headache (Goadsby,P Dowson,A & Miles,A editors). BMA/Aesculapius Medical Press. London 1999
  17. Revitalizing the General Practice Research Database: plans, challenges, and opportunities
    Wood L, Coulson R
    Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Saf (2001); 10:379-383
  18. The UK General Practice Research Database
    Garcia Rodriguez LA, Perez-Gutthann S, Jick SS
    In: Pharmacoepidemiology, third edition (2000), pp 375-385; BL Storm (editor)
  19. GPRD in the UK
    Wood L
    In: Pharmacovigilance (2002), pp 373-378; Mann RD , Andrew EB (editors)
  20. Validity of the General Practice Research Database.
    Jick SS, Kaye JA, Vasilakis-Scaramozza C, Garcia Rodriguez LA, Ruigomez A, Meier CR, Schlienger RG, Black C, Jick H.
    Pharmacother. (2003); 23: 686-689
  21. The general practice research database: role in pharmacovigilance.
    Wood L, Martinez C.
    Drug Saf. (2004); 27(12): 871-81.
  22. The potential of UK clinical databases in enhancing paediatric medication research.
    Wong IC, Murray ML.
    Br J Clin Pharmacol. (2005) Jun;59(6):750-5.
  23. Recent advances in the utility and use of the General Practice Research Database as an example of a UK Primary Care Data resource.
    Williams T, van Staa T, Puri S, Eaton S.
    Therapeutic Advances In Drug Safety, April 2012; vol. 3, 2: pp. 89-99