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Trends in General Practice

Online ISSN: 2516-8231

José Luis Turabian

Complutense University, Madrid, Spain

Trends in General Practice is an open access, peer-reviewed journal with an aim to provide rapid and reliable source of information on current developments in the field of General Practice. It covers all aspects of general practice, nursing, primary health care, community health, family medicine, mental health, women's health, child care, public health, disease prevention and related fields.

Manuscripts may take the form of original empirical research, critical reviews of the literature, brief commentaries, clinical studies, expert opinion, perspectives, meeting reports, case reports, innovations in clinical practice, letters and drug clinical trial studies.

Trends in General Practice welcomes direct submissions from authors: Attach your word file with e-mail and send it to: submissions@oatext.com alternatively to: editor.tgp@oatext.com

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by Trends in General Practice, is properly cited

José Luis Turabian


Dr. José Luis Turabian is having specialisation in Family and Community Medicine. He completed his studies from Complutense University, Madrid, Spain. He is presently a Family Doctor in the Health Center Industrial Park, Toledo, Spain. He is also a resident tutor of family medicine. He is a brilliant professor of numerous training courses in Family Medicine. He is a corresponding author and co-author of more than 300 publications, in medical journals including original research articles in well referenced Spanish journals of Family Medicine like Atención Primaria and Semergen. He is also an author of the books of Family Medicine: Apuntes, esquemas y ejemplos de Participación Comunitaria en la Salud; Cuadernos de Medicina de Familia y Comunitaria; Actividades Comunitarias en Medicina de Familia y Atención Primaria;. Educación Médica. Manual práctico para clínicos. Madrid: Editorial Médica Panamaericana; 2009. (Several Chapters); Cuentos de fantasmas para aprender medicina de familia. Haciendo conscientes los métodos para gestionar la incertidumbre en medicina de familia; Modelos de atención centrada en el “acompañante” del paciente. La familia y el contexto: en el borde de la relación médico-paciente en medicina de familia; The Family Doctors: Images and Metaphors of the Family Doctor to Learn Family Medicine; Relatos clínicos musicales de medicina de familia. Desarrollando las capacidades humanísticas de los médicos de familia mediante el arte.

Research Interest

-Mental health
-Morbilidad -Continuity, variability, context
-Cycle Family life and Genogram. Family
-Psycho-Social Factors
-Interview And doctor-patient relationship
-Tools Diagnostic and therapeutic decisions.
-Teaching and training
-Fármacos And Family Medicine
-Qualitative research
-Humanidades Medical History of Medicine, Bioethics, Philosophy, History, Religion, Arts (Visual Arts (images, photos, video, painting, drawing, sculpture, photography), literature (prose, poetry, books, articles written (by example, stories from the perspective of patients, difficult events in our clinical practice), music (music, lyrics) and Reflect (cinema, theater), medical Epistemology, medical Education, medical Sociology, medical Anthropology, health Economics, Policy health, medical communication, cultural studies.

José Luis Turabian


Dr. José Luis Turabian is having specialisation in Family and Community Medicine. He completed his studies from Complutense University, Madrid, Spain. He is presently a Family Doctor in the Health Center Industrial Park, Toledo, Spain. He is also a resident tutor of family medicine. He is a brilliant professor of numerous training courses in Family Medicine. He is a corresponding author and co-author of more than 300 publications, in medical journals including original research articles in well referenced Spanish journals of Family Medicine like Atención Primaria and Semergen. He is also an author of the books of Family Medicine: Apuntes, esquemas y ejemplos de Participación Comunitaria en la Salud; Cuadernos de Medicina de Familia y Comunitaria; Actividades Comunitarias en Medicina de Familia y Atención Primaria;. Educación Médica. Manual práctico para clínicos. Madrid: Editorial Médica Panamaericana; 2009. (Several Chapters); Cuentos de fantasmas para aprender medicina de familia. Haciendo conscientes los métodos para gestionar la incertidumbre en medicina de familia; Modelos de atención centrada en el “acompañante” del paciente. La familia y el contexto: en el borde de la relación médico-paciente en medicina de familia; The Family Doctors: Images and Metaphors of the Family Doctor to Learn Family Medicine; Relatos clínicos musicales de medicina de familia. Desarrollando las capacidades humanísticas de los médicos de familia mediante el arte.

Research Interest

-Mental health
-Morbilidad -Continuity, variability, context
-Cycle Family life and Genogram. Family
-Psycho-Social Factors
-Interview And doctor-patient relationship
-Tools Diagnostic and therapeutic decisions.
-Teaching and training
-Fármacos And Family Medicine
-Qualitative research
-Humanidades Medical History of Medicine, Bioethics, Philosophy, History, Religion, Arts (Visual Arts (images, photos, video, painting, drawing, sculpture, photography), literature (prose, poetry, books, articles written (by example, stories from the perspective of patients, difficult events in our clinical practice), music (music, lyrics) and Reflect (cinema, theater), medical Epistemology, medical Education, medical Sociology, medical Anthropology, health Economics, Policy health, medical communication, cultural studies.

Editorial Board


Sinisa Franjic

International University of Brcko District Brcko Bosnia and Herzegovina

Marco Orsini

Department of Applied Science in Health
Severino Sombra University
Brazil

Maan Hameed Ibrahim Al-Ameri

Department of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing
University of Baghdad
Iraq


Aysun Ünal

Department of Pediatric Surgery
Dokuz Eylul University Hospital
Turkey

Alphonsus Udo Idung

Department of family Medicine
University of Uyo

Otávio Augusto Gomes da Paz

Department of Medicine
Universidade Federal da Bahia
Brazil


Vijayaraddi Vandali

Department of Nursing
Sumandeep University
India

Zeljko Vlaisavljevic

Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Clinical center of Serbia
Serbia

Ana Golež

Specialist of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Slovenia


In Press

Volume 1, Issue 3


Will be updated soon.

Current Issue

Volume 1, Issue 2


The academic discipline of general medicine is among the interstices of medical science

Turabian JL

Short communication-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

June 07, 2018


Polypharmacy-a patient safety in older adults

Carte N

Mini Review-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

June 21, 2018


Clinical effect of the bergamot-derived gel (Benebeo gel®) associated with mesalazine for the treatment of anitis and proctitis

Cafaro D Sturiale A Fortuna V Sinicropi MS Naldini G

Research article-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

July 27, 2018


The quest for better analgesics for the treatment of peripheral neuropathic pain: navigating the sodium channels

Keppel Hesselink JM

Commentary-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

July 31, 2018


Mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) - Mini review

Hari Dass P

Mini Review-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

July 31, 2018


Selecting a topic for research in general medicine

Jose Luis Turabian

Editorial-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

September 28, 2018


Archive


Volume 1
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The academic discipline of general medicine is among the interstices of medical science

Turabian JL

Short communication-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

June 07, 2018


Polypharmacy-a patient safety in older adults

Carte N

Mini Review-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

June 21, 2018


Clinical effect of the bergamot-derived gel (Benebeo gel®) associated with mesalazine for the treatment of anitis and proctitis

Cafaro D Sturiale A Fortuna V Sinicropi MS Naldini G

Research article-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

July 27, 2018


The quest for better analgesics for the treatment of peripheral neuropathic pain: navigating the sodium channels

Keppel Hesselink JM

Commentary-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

July 31, 2018


Mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) - Mini review

Hari Dass P

Mini Review-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

July 31, 2018


Selecting a topic for research in general medicine

Jose Luis Turabian

Editorial-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

September 28, 2018


Prognosis-based medicine-The importance of psychosocial factors: Conceptualization from a case of acute pericarditis

Jose Luis Turabian

Review Article-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

March 30, 2018


Componeers: a direct veneering technique

Sumeet Rajpal Aditi Bector

Case Report-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

March 30, 2018


Rheumatoid vasculitis: same hand, heterogeneous clinical presentation

Otávio Augusto Gomes Paz

Case Report-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

March 30, 2018


Epidemic of measles in Serbia

Siniša Franjić

Review Article-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

April 09, 2018


Cases of ambiguous genitalia: possibility of congenital adrenal hyperplasia

Ashok Kumar Laddha Eeshansh Khare Brijesh Kumar Lahoti RK Mathur

Case Study-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

April 14, 2018


The queen behind the dancing king: live experience of spouses of male strippers

Dennis Glen Ramos

Review Article-Trends in General Practice (TGP)

April 23, 2018


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Special Issue


Women's health and Child care


Editor Affiliation:

Dr. Jose luis Turabian
Complutense University
Spain

Submission date: October 30, 2018
Publication date: November 10, 2018

Description of the Special Issue: Special issue on Women's health and Child care dedicated to publish valuable research outcomes with latest updates and general issues related to pregnancy, maternal depression, mother to child transmission, gestational age, autism, new-born concerns, social issues associated with upbringing of a child and making them freely available worldwide. Researchers of the discipline of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Pediatrics are encouraged to publish innovative ideas in the international platform.

Submit manuscript to editor.tgp@oatext.com or editor@generalcarejournal.info