Journal

Education for Primary Care

£475.00

Current Volume: Volume 25, Issues 1 – 6, 2014

Education for Primary Care aims to reflect the best experience, expertise and innovative ideas in the development of undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing primary care education. The journal is UK based but welcomes contributions from all over the world.

Now a complete online website for clinical education across primary care, the new Education for Primary Care website offers subscribers to the journal a wide variety of resources, from peer-reviewed articles and editorials to forums and blogs. The new site provides:

  • Peer-reviewed articles covering up-to-date research and case studies
  • Research tools and resources to help you put innovations and ideas into practice
  • Incisive discussion and debate in forums and on the blog about development and best practice for primary care education

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Readers will benefit from the broader perspectives on educational activities provided through the contributions of all health professionals, including general practitioners, nurses, midwives, health visitors, community nurses and managers. This sharing of experiences has the potential for enhancing healthcare delivery and for promoting interprofessional working.

We aim to publish:

  • high-quality academic articles
  • practical ideas based on relevant experiences
  • news and opinions on developments
  • posters of pertinent research

Details concerning the preparation and submission of articles can be found on the inside back cover of each issue or viewed online; all papers will be peer reviewed. Further copies of the guide for contributors can be obtained from the editor.

Education for Primary Care is the official journal of the Association of Primary Care Educators (APCE) UK and the World Organisation of Family Doctors (WONCA).

ISSN 1473-9879
E-ISSN 1475-990X

Our institutional site license

Editor

Professor Ed Peile
Old Rectory Farm, Stablebridge Road, Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, Bucks., HP22 5ND
Tel: +44 (0) 2476 573088 (PA - Lorraine Brown)
Email: [email protected]

Deputy Editors

Paul Sackin
Flat 12, Stukeley Park, Chestnut Grove, Great Stukeley, Huntingdon, PE28 4AD, UK
Email: [email protected]

Valerie Wass
Keele Medical School, School of Medicine (Keele Campus), Keele University, Staffordshire, ST5 5BG, UK
Email: [email protected]

Editorial Board

Peter Cantillon
National University of Ireland, Galway
Sue Cross
National Project Manager, Working in Partnership General Practice Nursing Project, Weston, UK
Graham Easton
Deputy Director of Primary Care Education, London, UK
Steve Holmes
Somerset, UK (APCE Council)
David Pearson
Deputy Dean(Education), Hull York Medical School
Luisa Pettigrew
London (RCGP WONCA representative)
Vimmi Passi
University of Warwick (AoME Council)
Kay Mohanna
Associate Dean for GP Specialty Training, NHS West Midlands Workforce Deanery, UK
John Sandars
Senior Lecturer in Community Based Education, The University of Leeds, UK

International Advisory Board

Erik Driessen
Maastricht Medical School, The Netherlands
Richard Hays
Bond University, Australia
Raman Kumar
Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, India
Cathy MacLean
University of Calgary Medical Clinic, Canada
Donald Nease
University of Colorado–Denver, USA

 

Panel of Reviewers

Stevie Agius, West Midlands
Lucy Ambrose, Keele
John Benson, Cambridge
Phil Burns, Manchester
Peter Burrows, Southampton
Ingrid Callwood, Wolverhampton
Heidi Carroll, Inverness
Maurice Conlon, Birmingham
Philip Cotton, Glasgow
Peter Coventry, Keele
Samantha Davies, Amesbury
Mei-Ling Denney, Edinburgh
Michael Dewey, London
Dan Edgcumbe, Cambridge
Glyn Elwyn, Cardiff
Jenny Field, Southampton
Trevor Gibbs, Fife
Steve Gillam, Cambridge
Drew Gilliland, Belfast
Andrew Grant, Cardiff
Anna Hammond, York
Christopher Hand, Suffolk
Alex Harding, Peninsula
Christopher Harrison, Altrincham
Charlotte Hart, Shrewsbury
Adrian Hastings, Leicester
Barbara Hawksley, Stafford
Kamila Hawthorne, Cardiff
John Howard, Liverpool
Bill Irish, Bath
Ann Jackson, Coventry
Karen Kearley, Oxford
Jean Ker, Dundee
Jane Kidd, Warwick
Susan Law, Dundee
Janet Lefroy, Stoke on Trent
Barry Lewis, Manchester
John Lewis, Hull
Murray Lough, Glasgow
Nick Lyons, Wareham
Sheona Macleod, East Midlands
Christian Mallen, Keele
Phil Matthews, Cardiff
Ronald MacVicar, Inverness
Patrick McEvoy, Londonderry
Robert McKinley, Keele
Brian McKinstry, Edinburgh
Catie Nagel, Leeds
Vimmi Passi, Amersham
Lesley Pugsley, Cardiff
William Reith, Aberdeen
Wendy Robertson, Warwick
Peter Rose, Oxford
George Smerdon, Huntingdon
Alison Sneddon, Aberdeen
Anne Stephenson, London
Keith Steele, Belfast
Simon Street, Oxford
Kristina Sundberg, Stockholm
David Wall, Birmingham

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Benefits

  • Peer-reviewed articles covering up-to-date research and case studies
  • Research tools and resources to help you put innovations and ideas into practice
  • Additional content including Editor's Top 10 articles and more
  • Search and navigation: find articles and other material by title, authors and topics 
  • Incisive discussion and debate in forums and on the blog about development and best practice for primary care education
  • Opportunity to interact directly with other subscribers, contributors and editors

Included in your subscription

The non-package subscription for Education for Primary Care is as follows:

2014 Print & Online subscription for Volume 25 Issues 1-6 includes: six printed issues, access to current papers online, access to all web facilities including forums, practical resources and blog, a full text archive back to 2001, Internet reference linking with search facilities, and an email contents alert service

2014 Online Only subscription for Volume 25 Issues 1-6 includes: access to current papers online, access to all web facilities including forums, practical resources and blog, a full text archive back to 2001, Internet reference linking with search facilities, and an email contents alert service

 

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Citations

The journal is covered by

  • Medline
  • EMBASE/Excerpta Medica
  • CINAHL, Educational Research Abstracts
  • Health Care Database
  • British Education Index
  • Contents Pages in Education
  • SwetsWise
  • EBSCOhost Electronic Journals Service
  • Zetoc
  • DH-Data
  • Health and Social Care Abstracts
  • Scopus
  • Ulrich's International Periodical Directory