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The future of Asthma in General Practice

The future of Asthma in General Practice Editorial Mark L. Levy egular readers of Asthma in General information related to future training and resource Editor: Dr Mark L. Levy requirements. Practice will have noticed that the journal Editorial Board: R now has a new editor, as well as an editorial Chris Griffiths Whilst our gold standard is to publish good quality board. Our aim is to continue and extend the Kevin Jones foundation work performed by the previous editor, completed research, particularly prospective, John Haughney randomised, controlled studies, we have decided to Kevin Jones, under whose guidance the journal Robert McKinley developed a peer review process and a deservedly include papers describing exciting new ideas in Paul Stephenson progress, which are currently in the form of pilot high reputation. Asthma in General Practice studies. In this issue, we have included two papers is published on behalf of the of this type, one on childhood asthma related to 99 There are few specialist journals available General Practitioners in worldwide for primary care physicians and nurses; admissions for pneumonia (Clark, page 9) and Asthma Group by: another (Hyland, page 11) on 114 patients’ reported our journal offers an opportunity to share Strategic Medical information on all aspects of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine Springer Journals

The future of Asthma in General Practice

npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine , Volume 5 (1) – Jun 1, 1997

The future of Asthma in General Practice

Abstract

Editorial Mark L. Levy egular readers of Asthma in General information related to future training and resource Editor: Dr Mark L. Levy requirements. Practice will have noticed that the journal Editorial Board: R now has a new editor, as well as an editorial Chris Griffiths Whilst our gold standard is to publish good quality board. Our aim is to continue and extend the Kevin Jones foundation work performed by the previous editor, completed research, particularly prospective, John Haughney...
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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 1997 by General Practice Airways Group (GPIAG)
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Medicine/Public Health, general; Primary Care Medicine; Internal Medicine; Pneumology/Respiratory System; Thoracic Surgery
eISSN
1475-1534
DOI
10.1038/pcrj.1997.1
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Abstract

Editorial Mark L. Levy egular readers of Asthma in General information related to future training and resource Editor: Dr Mark L. Levy requirements. Practice will have noticed that the journal Editorial Board: R now has a new editor, as well as an editorial Chris Griffiths Whilst our gold standard is to publish good quality board. Our aim is to continue and extend the Kevin Jones foundation work performed by the previous editor, completed research, particularly prospective, John Haughney randomised, controlled studies, we have decided to Kevin Jones, under whose guidance the journal Robert McKinley developed a peer review process and a deservedly include papers describing exciting new ideas in Paul Stephenson progress, which are currently in the form of pilot high reputation. Asthma in General Practice studies. In this issue, we have included two papers is published on behalf of the of this type, one on childhood asthma related to 99 There are few specialist journals available General Practitioners in worldwide for primary care physicians and nurses; admissions for pneumonia (Clark, page 9) and Asthma Group by: another (Hyland, page 11) on 114 patients’ reported our journal offers an opportunity to share Strategic Medical information on all aspects of

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npj Primary Care Respiratory MedicineSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 1, 1997

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