Medical publications

(1) Psychiatric self-referral in Scotland: an unknown quantity?
Published in the Health Bulletin 55(4) July 19971a

(2) Use of drugs, alcohol & tobacco by people with schizophrenia: case-control study British Journal of Psychiatry 2002 (181: 321-325)B-J-Psych-2002,-Schizophren

(3) Service Innovation: The First Year of a Brief Psychiatric Screening Clinic in  Primary Care Psychiatric Bulletin 2002 (26: 218-221)Service-innovation-2002,-wi

(4) Re-evaluating George III, the porphyria diagnosis, and the King’s madness.
Letter in reply to the two articles published in History of Psychiatry Journal; March 2010; Vol 21; Issue 1; No 81.King-George-III-madness
The text of the above letter can be read here

(5) Issues around early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.
British Medical Journal. BMJ 2011;343:d6613 Letter published 18 Oct 2011Issues-around-early

(6) The classification of psychosis 
The British Journal of Psychiatry (2011) 198, 3230-327The-classification-of-psych

(7) System for disclosing hospitality should be transparent
BMJ 2011;343:d7375 Letter published 15 Nov 2011System-for-disclosing-hospi

(8) Taking dementia seriously.
BMJ2012;344:e2745 Published letter – 18 April 2012Taking dementia seriously BMJ

(9) How we risk getting it wrong in cognitive screening too.
BMJ2012;344:e4043 Letter published 12 June 2012Getting it wrong again, cognitive screening

(10) Window tax: Iatrogenic Stigma. 
Mental Health and Social Inclusion, Vol. 16 Iss: 4 pp. 181 – 187. Published November 2012Window Tax by Peter

(11) There is no evidence base for proposed dementia screening. 
BMJ Observation Piece . BMJ2012;345:e8588  Co-authored. Published 27 Dec 2012No-evidence---to-PM

(12) Confusion is everywhere.
BMJ 2013;346:f511 Published letter 30 Jan 2013Confusion is everywhere

(13) CANTABmobile and its misleading promotion
BMJ 2013;347:f5597. Published letter15 Oct 2013CANTABmobile & its misleading

(14) SIGN should be transparent about competing interests in all current guidelines
BMJ 2014;348:f7699 Published letter 6 Jan 2014SIGN guidelines transparency

(15) Why the GMC should set up a central registry of doctors’ competing interests This transparency can only be good for medical practice.
Open Letter to the General Medical Council.15 co-authors. BMJ 2014;348:g236 Published 15 Jan 2014GMC central Register, call for

(16) Dementia Research: no evidence that “anti-dementia” drugs modify disease 
BMJ 2014;348:g2607 Published 7 April 2014No evidence anti-dementia drugs

(17) An open letter to Simon Stevens, NHS chief executive, and Alistair Burns, national clinical lead for dementia
BMJ 2014;349:g6666, Published 06 November 2014. Co-authoredOpen letter, cash for dementia

(18) “Undiagnosing” dementia
BMJ 2015;350:h290 Published 20 January 2015Undiagnosing dementia 20 Jan 2015, BMJ, Peter

(19) Self Regulation is an Oxymoron
2016;354:i4049  Published 26 July 2016

Self regulation is an oxymoron, BMJ, July 2016

 

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