About LJPC

London Journal of Primary Care (LJPC) is an international, peer-reviewed, PubMed-cited journal that publishes articles on the multi-dimensional aspects of primary care that make it so human and vibrant. It particularly welcomes case studies, multidisciplinary participatory research and evaluated system improvement projects. LJPC wants to make a real difference – by showing people new ways to tackle old or difficult problems, and by informing policy for integrated care. LJPC maintains a membership of authors, users and editors who contribute to continuing conversations to develop themes and clusters of papers on subjects of immediate relevance. LJPC publishes on the web – six issues a year posted every two months. You must be a Registered Member to take part and to be informed of new postings. Please follow this link to register for free.

London Journal of Primary Care is the official journal of the RCGP's North & West London, North East London and South London Faculties. LJPC would like to acknowledge and thank its sponsors, namely RCGP London, West London (Primary care) Consortium for Research & Innovation (WLPCC) and Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group.

Radcliffe GP Book Survey 2014

Radcliffe publishes a diverse portfolio of books, journals and eLearning courses supporting lifelong learning for GPs and other primary care specialists.  We appreciate that the GP role is fast-evolving, and the challenges of working within new frameworks and staying up-to-date with latest clinical thinking are great. As a publisher, it is our goal to publish books of high-quality and relevance to best support your learning and educational needs in general practice. Therefore, we would be grateful should you take five minutes to complete this short survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2QBGYQF

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