Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research

Predicting asthma-related crisis events using routine electronic healthcare data
CONCLUSIONS: This externally validated algorithm has acceptable predictive ability for identifying patients at high risk of asthma-related crisis events and excluding individuals not at high risk.PMID:34133316 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2020.1042 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Michael Noble Annie Burden Susan Stirling Allan Clark Stanley Musgrave Mohammad Al Sallakh David Price Gwyneth Davies Hilary Pinnock Martin Pond Aziz Sheikh Erika Sims Samantha Walker Andrew Wilson Source Type: research

Health professionals' identified barriers to trans healthcare: a qualitative interview study
CONCLUSION: There is an urgent need to address the barriers trans and gender diverse people face in healthcare. Structural level solutions include health policy, professional education and standards; at the practice level, GPs can act as potential drivers of change in addressing the cultural and technical barriers to better meet the needs of their trans and gender diverse patients.PMID:34133317 | DOI:10.3399/BJGP.2021.0179 (Source: The British Journal of General Practice)
Source: The British Journal of General Practice - June 16, 2021 Category: Primary Care Authors: Magdalena Mikulak Sara Ryan Richard Ma Sam Martin Jay Stewart Sarah Davidson Melissa Stepney Source Type: research