Bibliography

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General Articles

  1. Increases in general practice workload in England
    Thompson, Matthew et al.
    The Lancet , Volume 387 , Issue 10035 , 2270 – 2272
  2. Exploring practical approaches to maximising data quality in electronic healthcare records in the primary care setting and associated benefits. Report of panel-led discussion held at SAPC in July 2014.
    Dungey S, Glew S, Heyes B, Macleod J, Tate AR.
    Primary health care research & development 2016 Jan 18:1-5.
  3. 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
  4. GPRD in the UK
    Wood L
    In: Pharmacovigilance (2002), pp 373-378; Mann RD , Andrew EB (editors)
  5. The UK General Practice Research Database, A powerful e-Clinical Research Tool
    Clinical Research Focus (2002), 13, 48-50
  6. UK GPRD now available online
    Scrip (2001); 2634: 5
  7. 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)
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. Using the General Practice Research Database
    Hynes D
    Update (1999); 888-890
  12. Updating the database
    Lever F
    Pharmaceutical J (1999); 262: 880
  13. Realising the value of the medical record
    Law J
    Scrip (1999); 23-25
  14. UK MCA to enhance GPRD database
    Scrip (3 November 1999); 2486
  15. £3m boost for GP database
    Pulse (1 May 1999)
  16. The Department of Medicines Management at Keele University
    Pharmaceutical J (January 1999); 262
  17. Medicines Control Agency takes over GP research database
    Yamey G
    Br Med J 1999); 319: 1153
  18. A Bug in the heart
    Hawkes N
    The Times (February 1999)
  19. UK primary care databases lead the way
    Fletcher P
    Adverse Drug React Toxicol Rev (1999); 18(2): 57-60
  20. Key Health Statistics from General Practice 1996
    National Statistics(1998) Series MB6 No 2

  1. Issues and directions in prescribing analysis
    Frischer M, Chapman S
    In: Panton R (ed) Medicines Management BMA publications (1998)
  2. The General Practice Research Database
    Lawson DH, Sherman V, Hollowell J
    Q J Med (1998); 91: 445-452
  3. Principles of epidemiologic research on adverse and beneficial drug effects
    Jick H, Garcia Rodriguez LA, Perez Gutthann S
    Lancet (1998); 352: 1767-1770
  4. GP’s digital database tracks patient trends
    Banks I
    Doctor (20 March 1997)
  5. Key Health Statistics from General Practice 1996
    National Statistics(1996) Series MB6 no 1
  6. The General Practice Database
    In: Measuring Morbidity and Health: What information can General Practice deliver? Eames M (ed), Hatfield:University of Hertfordshire (1996)
  7. Fact File on Schizophrenia
    Pharmaceutical Times (December 1996)
  8. Fact File on Osteoporosis
    Pharmaceutical Times (November 1996)
  9. Medical know how
    Law Society Gazette (September 1996)
  10. A major resource for drug safety studies. The General Practice Research Database (formerly VAMP Research)
    Jick H
    Carshalton: Centre for Medicines Research (1995)
  11. Managing adverse reaction information
    Mann RD
    Drug Information J (1992); 26: 583-587
  12. Pharmacoepidemiology using a UK database of primary care records
    Hall G
    Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety (1992); 1: 33-37
  13. 10 Years experience with integrated general practice
    Dean AD, Boda I
    Microcomputers in Medicine (1987); 15: 342-375
  14. A computer in the dispensary
    MIMS (1986)
  15. The computer key to information in general practice
    Kayll J
    Current Perspectives in Health Computing (conference proceedings) (1986)
  16. Trends in general practice computing
    Dean AD
    Royal College of General Practice Dispensing Systems (1985); 5: 3335
  17. The IGP system from VAMP
    ractice Computing (1984); 3(4)P