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Most Read Collection

To Celebrate the 30 year anniversary of Education for Primary Care.  Please enjoy the Top 5 Most Read Collection.

Education for Primary Care is a respected international academic journal. Our aim is to support the implementation of best-evidence medical education relevant to primary care through:

•Publishing high-quality peer-reviewed research relevant to primary care education
•Leading and informing debate by publishing Leading Articles from authoritative contributors on a range of relevant topics
•Disseminating cutting-edge practice through publishing peer-reviewed reports and evaluations of innovations in primary care education
•Sharing good educational practice ideas by offering a forum for teaching exchange and a series focusing on overcoming challenges in primary care education around the world
•Publishing short reports of projects undertaken by students, trainees or early career health professionals which share their learning
•Supporting implementation into practice through a range of practical articles and series
•Offering a space for review of appropriate educational books and other media, short reports and letters to the editor

Most Read Collection

Article Title Author Journal Title Volume Issue
Use the PDSA model for effective change managementPeter Donnelly & Paul KirkEducation for Primary Care264 (2015)
Embracing reflective practiceSamantha DaviesEducation for Primary Care231 (2015)

Understanding patient safety performance and educational needs using the ‘Safety-II’ approach for complex systemsDuncan McNab, Paul Bowie, Jill Morrison & Alastair RossEducation for Primary Care276 (2016)
Educational training requirements for general practice/family medicine specialty training: recommendations for trainees, trainers and training institutionsNele R.M. Michels, Roar Maagaard, Jo Buchanan & Nynke ScherpbierEducation for Primary Care29 6 (2018)
Human factors and ergonomics for primary carePaul Bowie & Shelly JeffcottEducation for Primary Care272 (2016)

Education for Primary Care

Education for Primary Care is a respected international academic journal. Our aim is to support the implementation of best-evidence medical education relevant to primary care

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