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  1. 1. 2010 author index INDEX TO BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL JOURNAL VOLUME 52—JANUARY–DECEMBER 2010Index includes the title of the article. Asterisk (*) indicates a clinical review article. Back Page (bp), BC Centre for Disease Control (cdc), Editorials(ed), correspondence (c), Council on Health Promotion (cohp), opinions (op), General Practice Services Committee (gpsc), Good Guys (gg), In Memo-riam (im), Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (icbc), Library of the College of Physicians & Surgeons of British Columbia (lib), Medical stu-dent column (md2b), Physician Information Technology Office (pito), Point•Counterpoint (pcp), Pulsimeter (pu), Special Feature (sf), and WorkSafeBC(wsbc) items are noted by abbreviations. Location of article is by issue number followed by beginning page number.AhPin C: Individual pension plans for incorpo- tion for impaired drivers involved in fatal or Family Practice address community needs, rated professionals (pu) 3:134 personal injury crashes? (cohp) 9:477 improve care at local level (gpsc) 9:470Andrade J: Cardiovascular risk factors and Chapman DB: Lost and found (ed) 2:62; The Finlayson ND: Dr Gordon Gatward (Bud) Lott models of risk prediction: Recognizing the end of an era (ed) 9:433 (im) 3:150 leadership of Dr Roy Dawber* 7:342 Cheifetz R: Revisiting rectal cancer manage- Frank E: The physical and mental health statusArruda W: Family physicians and specialists ment in British Columbia * 10:510 and health practices of physicians in British unite! A collaborative approach to managing Chung SW: Liver transplantation: Current sta- Columbia* 7:349 ADHD in the office (cohp) 1:46; Are routine tus in British Columbia* 4:203 Fraser GC: child visits really necessary? The state of chil- Clarke A: The physical and mental health status Frimer M: BCMA benefits decision (c) 1:8 dren’s development in BC (cohp) 10:503 and health practices of physicians in British Fryer C: The need for long-term follow-up ofAtkinson KG: Dr Hugh Richard Williams (im) Columbia* 7:349 childhood cancer survivors in British Colum- 7:339 Clay MG: Dr Gordon Gatward (Bud) Lott (im) bia * 10:504Barr RG: New shaken baby program (pu) 1:39 3:150 Galanis E: Tularemia in British Columbia: ABass F: Training the inner alligator (sf) 1:23 Cochrane DD: Thank you, Dr Benton: Ration- case report and review* 6:303Battershill J: Nosocomial or iatrogenic infec- ale for using a surgical checklist in British Gallagher R: The resuscitation conversation tions (c) 8:386 Columbia* 5:254 (cohp) 4:218Bayliss M: Does an Aspirin a day keep the doc- Corbett WJ: Dr George Edward Cragg (im) Garbuz DS: Total knee arthroplasty: Techniques tor away? Acetylsalicylic acid for the primary 3:150 and results* 9:447 prevention of cardiovascular disease* 6:298 Dagg P: Guidelines for sedating psychiatric Gilbert M: Don’t wait to test for HIV (cdc)Bell NJ: Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: patients flawed (pcp) 1:20 6:308 Demographic, temporal, societal, geograph- Dalal B: Guidelines and Protocols Committee Giligson A: Re: Legalization of euthanasia (c) ic, and environmental factors* 3:136 (pu) 5:266 4:174; Proust questionnaire (bp) 8:426Benedet JL: Dr David Stewart Allan (im) 5:262 Dale J: Re: Euthanasia (c) 4:172 Gillespie I: Looking forward to a new year (op)Boggie A: Re: Attitude (c) 2:66 Daniels J: Book review: The Pain Detective: 6:286; BCMA leads country with 16 resolu-Bolton P: Dr David McNiell Bolton (im) 7:339 Every Ache Tells a Story (pu) 2:67 tions at CMA (op) 7:330; Proust question-Bowering R: Family physicians and specialists Davis M: Cardiovascular risk factors and mod- naire: Ian Gillespie, MD (bp) 7:378; All in a unite! A collaborative approach to managing els of risk prediction: Recognizing the lead- day’s work (or perhaps a couple of weeks) ADHD in the office (cohp) 1:46 ership of Dr Roy Dawber* 7:342 (op) 8:389; Determining fitness to drive: ABraid S: BCMA Insurance Department responds Day B: In government we trust (ed) 4:170 troublesome task (op) 9:434; Setting the stage (c) 1:9; Water damage: An ounce of preven- de Couto J: Member survey results (c) 5:244 for the next several years (op) 10:498 tion is worth a pound of cure (pu) 2:102; Trav- De Smet M: MSF malaria awareness (pu) 6:295 Green SA: Resident work hours: Examining el insurance rules for visitors to Cuba (pu) 6:295; Core-Plus Plan reminder (pu) 8:416 DeGirolamo K: MWIA conference (pu) 8:414; attitudes toward work-hour limits in generalBrar R: Conflict of interest (c) 1:9 Lights, Camera, Surgery: Take 2 (md2b) surgery, orthopaedics, and internal medicine*Brcic V: Conflict of interest (c) 1:9 10:501 2:84Brodie B: The 2010 Winter Olympic Games are Deyell MW: The implantable cardioverter- Greenstone G: The history of bloodletting (op) inspirational (op) 1:6; Programs for special- defibrillator: From Mirowski to its current 1:12; Captain Vancouver and medicine in the ists are on the way (op) 2:64; Numbers speak use* 5:248 Age of Sail (sf) 10:504 volumes (op) 3:120; East Vancouver Youth Draper J: 2010 BCMA Annual Meeting Report Grist R: CME costs (c) 2:65 Mental Health Project (op) 4:177; Presiden- (sf) 6:290; Interview with Dr Ian Gillespie— Gross EL: Mild traumatic brain injury (wsbc) tial musings: End-of-term reflections (op) BCMA president 2010–2011 (sf) 7:333 6:297 5:243 Dujela CE: New study: Cholinesterase inhi- Haigh SE: Care of the aging (ed) 1:5; Type 2Brown CJ: Revisiting rectal cancer manage- bitors (pu) 4:223 diabetes in youth (ed) 8:385 ment in British Columbia * 10:510 Dunn C: WorkSafeBC medical advisors are Hameed SM: Vulnerability to pedestrian trau-Buczkowski AK: Liver transplantation: Cur- here to help (wsbc) 2:100; Evidence-based ma: Demographic, temporal, societal, geo- rent status in British Columbia* 4:203 treatment of chronic pain (wsbc) 10:515 graphic, and environmental factors* 3:136Burnett RSJ: Total hip arthroplasty: Techniques Elliott C: Smoky air and respiratory health in Hamill J: BC Genome Sciences Centre advan- and results* 9:455 the 2010 forest fire season, British Columbia ces (pu) 9:473Busser J: Re: AGM article (c) 8:387 (cdc) 10:514 Haque M: Liver transplantation: Current statusCadario B: New resource: Falls among elderly Elwood K: Screening renal failure patients for in British Columbia* 4:203 (pu) 5:268 tuberculosis (cdc) 8:413 Hasan M: Clinical features and pathogeneticCadenhead K: Out with the old, in with the Erb SR: Liver transplantation: Current status in mechanisms of osteoarthritis of the hip and “new” WHO growth charts (cohp) 3:152 British Columbia* 4:203 knee* 8:393Capler R: Re: Medical marijuana (c) 9:435 Etches N: Conflict of interest (c) 1:9 Hawkeswood J: Evidence-based guidelines forChamberlain E: Emergency departments: Are Evoy B: Attachment and integration: Collabo- the nonpharmacological treatment of osteo- they considered a safe haven from prosecu- ration at work (gpsc) 5:246; Divisions of arthritis of the hip and knee* 8:399 www.bcmj.org VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL 517
  2. 2. author index, h–p Haynes S; Popping the cork (bp) 2:110; Hammy Levy RD: The hope and promise of transplan- McGahan CE: Revisiting rectal cancer man- and Hector (gg) 8:410 tation * 4:186; Lung transplantation in British agement in British Columbia * 10:510 Hendry K: Conflict of interest (c) 1:9 Columbia: A breath of fresh air * 4:211 McGregor M: Conflict of interest (c) 1:9 Heuchert T: The future is clear now: Expert evi- Leyen J: Special Care Services offers enhanced McKay R: Update on antibiotic resistance in dence under the new civil rules (icbc) 1:17 care for BC’s most seriously injured workers British Columbia (cdc) 4:226; Your irre- Hill R: Dr J. Michael Rigg (im) 5:263 (wsbc) 4:217 sistible personal portrait: A way to reduce Hoang L: Tularemia in British Columbia: A case Li D: Update on antibiotic resistance in British antibiotic resistance? (cdc) 9:465 report and review* 6:303 Columbia (cdc) 4:226 McKenzie M: BC Cancer Agency prostate Ignaszewski A: Dr Edward Freis: A pioneer in Lord SE: Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: brachytherapy experience: Indications, pro- evidence-based treatment of hypertension* Demographic, temporal, societal, geograph- cedure, and outcomes* 2:76 3:144; Cardiac transplantation in British ic, and environmental factors* 3:136 McLaren WJ: Proust questionnaire (bp) 10:542 Columbia* 4:197; The implantable car- Loyola V: Tularemia in British Columbia: A McNabb A: Pandemic influenza: Postpandem- dioverter-defibrillator: From Mirowski to its case report and review* 6:303 ic laboratory analysis (cdc) 3:124 current use* 5:248; Does an Aspirin a day Lucas P: Re: Medical marijuana (c) 9:435 Meloche G: Special Care Services offers keep he doctor away? Acetylsalicylic acid for MacDonald L: The need for long-term follow- enhanced care for BC’s most seriously injur- the primary prevention of cardiovascular dis- up of childhood cancer survivors in British ed workers (wsbc) 4:217; Mild traumatic ease * 6298; Cardiovascular risk factors and Columbia * 10:504 brain injury (wsbc) 6:297 models of risk prediction: Recognizing the MacDonell K: Learning at your convenience Meloche M: The hope and promise of trans- leadership of Dr Roy Dawber* 7:342 (lib) 1:18; A thousand words (lib) 5:270; E- plantation * 4:186 Isaac-Renton J: Pandemic influenza: Postpan- vailability of e-books (lib) 7:368; Best evi- Melrose R: Learning at your convenience (lib) demic laboratory analysis (cdc) 3:124 dence: The tip of the information iceberg (lib) 1:18; A thousand words (lib) 5:270; E-vail- Isaac-Renton M: Tularemia in British Colum- 9:437 ability of e-books (lib) 7:368; Best evidence: bia: A case report and review* 6:303 Mackie B: Antibiotic use in our livestock (cohp) The tip of the information iceberg (lib) 9:437 Isaacs G: Colorectal cancer screening (c) 10: 6:309; Your irresistible personal portrait: A Metzger DL: Diabetic ketoacidosis in children 499 way to reduce antibiotic resistance? (cdc) and adolescents: An update and revised pro- Jensen L: Dr Jensen responds (c) 2:66; Senior 9:465 tocol* 1:24 drivers (icbc) 2:97; Driver assessment and Maclure M: Your irresistible personal portrait: Moffat L: Free insurance? (pu) 10:530 the duty to report (icbc) 3:122; Aids for MVA A way to reduce antibiotic resistance? (cdc) Molavi I: Lights, Camera, Surgery: Take 2 injury management and documentation (icbc) 9:465 (md2b) 10:501 4:185 Montgomerie A: Improving the way we work Mahli L: Emergency departments: Are they Johnston J: Screening renal failure patients for with you (wsbc) 5:265 considered a safe haven from prosecution for tuberculosis (cdc) 8:413 Moran M: Pharmacological treatment of impaired drivers involved in fatal or person- Kallstrom L: GP learning session focuses on osteoarthritis of the hip and knee* 8:404 al injury crashes? (cohp) 9:477 improving care for adolescent depression Morris J: BC Cancer Agency prostate brachy- Mak S: Tularemia in British Columbia: A case (gpsc) 2:96; Innovative group medical visits therapy experience: Indications, procedure, report and review* 6:303 benefit both dementia patients and their care- and outcomes* 2:76 Malebranche AD: Lost in translation (md2b) givers (gpsc) 4:181; PSP developments for Morshed M: Tularemia in British Columbia: A 1:11; Private health care with public deliv- this autumn (gpsc) 6:310 case report and review* 6:303 ery? (md2b) 7:358 Kendall PRW: Physicians: Protect yourself (pu) Muir R: Dr Peter Finden Stonier (im) 2:98 Mammen A: New shaken baby program (pu) 10:531 Naus M: Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Kennedy S: Pharmacological treatment of osteo- 1:39 Program in BC: A good start with room for arthritis of the hip and knee* 8:404 Marois J: Receiving gifts from patients: A prag- improvement (cdc) 2:95 Keyes M: BC Cancer Agency prostate brachy- matic shade of grey (op) 3:129 Neill J: Learning at your convenience (lib) 1:18; therapy experience: Indications, procedure, Martin C: What’s new in the literature: Non- A thousand words (lib) 5:270; E-vailability and outcomes* 2:76 specific neck pain (wsbc) 3:123; Research of e-books (lib) 7:368; Best evidence: The tip King DJ: Don Rix remembered (gg) 2:72 team explores new bone and tendon-related of the information iceberg (lib) 9:437 Klein M: Conflict of interest (c) 1:9 treatments (wsbc) 8:391; Evidence-based Noertjojo K: What’s new in the literature: Non- Ko J: Legalization of euthanasia violates the treatment of chronic pain (wsbc) 10:515 specific neck pain (wsbc) 3:123; Research principles of competence, autonomy, and Martin S: Determining fitness to work at safety- team explores new bone and tendon-related beneficence (md2b) 2:92 sensitive jobs (wsbc) 1:48 treatments (wsbc) 8:391; Evidence-based Kosatsky T: Hot day deaths, summer 2009: Masri BA: Guest editorial: Osteoarthritis of the treatment of chronic pain (wsbc) 10:515 What happened and how to prevent a recur- hip and knee, Part 1: Pathogenesis and non- O’Meara P: Dr Trevor J.G. Thompson (im) rence (cdc) 5:261; Smoky air and respiratory surgical management* 8:392; Guest editori- 10:533 health in the 2010 forest fire season, British al: Osteoarthritis of the hip and knee, Part 2: Oberg E: The physical and mental health status Columbia (cdc) 10:514 Surgical interventions* 9:438; Total knee and health practices of physicians in British Kozoriz K: Re: Resident work hours (c) 5:244 arthroplasty: Techniques and results* 9:447 Columbia* 7:349 Krajden M: Don’t wait to test for HIV (cdc) Masterson M: Re: Resident work hours (c) Ogilvie G: Human Papillomavirus Vaccine 6:308 5:244 Program in BC: A good start with room for Lamsdale AM: Thank you, Dr Benton: Ration- McBride ML: The need for long-term follow- improvement (cdc) 2:95 ale for using a surgical checklist in British up of childhood cancer survivors in British Oppel L: Drug-dispensing machines (pu) 1:37; Columbia* 5:254 Columbia * 10:504 Clinical prevention—docs lead the way (pu) Landsberg DN: Kidney, pancreas, and pancre- McCarthy L: Dr Kerry Margaret Telford Mor- 2:68; Allopathy—a term that diminishes the atic islet transplantation* 4:189 rissey (im) 5:263 profession (cohp) 2:91; Assistants needed to Lawson LM: Lung attack: A call to arms (ed) McComb P: Dr Basil Ho Yuen (im) 4:225 treat doctor shortage (pu) 5:267; Health 3:118; Geriatric denial (ed) 10:497 McCormack R: The role of arthroscopy in the Canada allows 10 000 unproven remedies Leduc E: Re: Medical authorizations and re- treatment of degenerative joint disease of the onto shelves (cohp) 8:411; Body Worlds and ports (c) 2:65; Mitufala dokta lanem planti knee* 9:439 the Brain exhibition (pu) 9:479 long Vanuatu! We two doctors learned a lot in McElhaney J: The resuscitation conversation Paterson ET: Proust questionnaire: Erik T. Vanuatu! (sf) 3:126 (cohp) 4:218 Paterson, MD (bp) 9:490518 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 www.bcmj.org
  3. 3. author index, p–zPankratz E: Re: Attitude (c) 1:10 Rogers PC: The need for long-term follow-up Steinbrecher UP: Liver transplantation: Cur-Patrick DM: Update on antibiotic resistance in of childhood cancer survivors in British rent status in British Columbia* 4:203 British Columbia (cdc) 4:226; Your irre- Columbia * 10:504 Stephen C: Why you should get to know your sistible personal portrait: A way to reduce Romalis G: Dr Kenneth Glenwright Nickerson local veterinarian (cdc) 1:15 antibiotic resistance? (cdc) 9:465 (im) 5:264 Swinkels H: Conflict of interest (c) 1:9; DrPauls H: Dr John W. Dueck (im) 7:340 Rothfels P: What’s new in the literature: Non- Kerry Margaret Telford Morrissey (im) 5:263Petric M: Pandemic influenza: Postpandemic specific neck pain (wsbc) 3:123; Physician’s Tarzwell R: Conflict of interest (c) 1:9 laboratory analysis (cdc) 3:124 resource (wsbc) 7:356 Taylor C: Cardiovascular risk factors and mod-Phang PT: Revisiting rectal cancer management Rowe TC: How to treat patients (ed) 6:285 els of risk prediction: Recognizing the lead- in British Columbia * 10:510 Sarbit G: Tobacco reduction resources (pu) ership of Dr Roy Dawber* 7:342Pickles T: BC Cancer Agency prostate brachy- 7:369 Tee M: Re: Resident work hours (c) 5:244 therapy experience: Indications, procedure, Schachter M: BCPRA education course for GPs Tisdale JM: Dr Roger John Tudor Ball (im) 1:36 and outcomes* 2:76 (pu) 9:473 Tung S: The implantable cardioverter-Pink D: Dr John (Jack) Henry Baldwin (im) Schonfeld M: Dr Donald B. Rix (im) 1:35; Dr defibrillator: From Mirowski to its current 3:151 David McNiell Bolton (im) 7:339 use* 5:248Pinton S: Signs of Stroke materials available Schuurman N: Vulnerability to pedestrian trau- Van Schagen C: Dr Kerry Margaret Telford for physicians (pu) 9:479 ma: Demographic, temporal, societal, geo- Morrissey (im) 5:263Pollock SL: Why you should get to know your graphic, and environmental factors* 3:136 Verchere C: I am supposedly a teacher (ed) local veterinarian (cdc) 1:15 Schweigel RC: Partial knee replacement* 9:442 5:242; Book review: The Estrogen ErrorsPoole GD: Resident work hours: Examining Scott V: New resources: Falls among elderly (pu) 5:266; Book reviews: Oxygen (pu) attitudes toward work-hour limits in general (pu) 5:268 6:294; The Boy in the Moon (pu) 6:294 surgery, orthopaedics, and internal medicine Scrase P: Scotiabank offers custom package Verma Pamela: Connecting the dots: An inter- * 2:84 (pu) 6:294 view with Dr Arun Garg (gg) 4:182; MWIAPride S: Dr Basil Ho Yuen (im) 4:225 Scudamore CH: Liver transplantation: Current conference (pu) 8:414Pritchard S: The need for long-term follow-up status in British Columbia* 4:203 Verma Pretty: Connecting the dots: An inter- of childhood cancer survivors in British Segura C: The physical and mental health sta- view with Dr Arun Garg (gg) 4:182 Columbia * 10:504 tus and health practices of physicians in Vroom: WR: Book review: Sumac’s Red ArmsPurssell R: Emergency departments: Are they British Columbia* 7:349 (pu) 5:266; Medical marijuana (ed) 7:329; considered a safe haven from prosecution for Shearer C: Injuries in youth sport: An evidence- Re: Medical marijuana (c) 9:435 impaired drivers involved in fatal or person- based injury prevention warm-up (cohp) Walton L: Re: Evidence-based medicine (c) al injury crashes? (cohp) 9:477 5:260 3:119Prystajecky N: Pandemic influenza: Postpan- Shen H: The physical and mental health status Wheeler S: Guidelines reflect philosophy of demic laboratory analysis (cdc) 3:124 and health practices of physicians in British respect for psychiatric patients (pcp) 1:21Purych D: Update on antibiotic resistance in Columbia* 7:349 White RF: Conflict of interest (c) 1:9 British Columbia (cdc) 4:226 Shepherd R: Re: Bloodletting (c) 3:119; Clarity Wignall N: Dr Norman Wignall (im) 9:472Racette N: Early Pregnancy Assessment Clinic between colleagues (c) 4:175; Re: Driver Williams DH: Total knee arthroplasty: Tech- (pu) 2:101 assessment (c) 8:386; Abbreviations (c) 10:500 niques and results* 9:447Rae A: Russell Palmer: Forgotten champion Shuckett R: Clinical features and pathogenetic Wilson JM: Lung transplantation in British (gg) 9:466 mechanisms of osteoarthritis of the hip and Columbia: A breath of fresh air * 4:211Raja S: Out with the old, in with the “new” knee* 8:393 Wilson R: Walk with your patients (pu) 3:135 WHO growth charts (cohp) 3:152 Simons RK: Vulnerability to pedestrian trau- Wong HCG: Trouble in toyland: Potential sourceRaval M: Revisiting rectal cancer management ma: Demographic, temporal, societal, geo- of lead (c) 1:10; Re: Potential allergic drug in British Columbia * 10:510 graphic, and environmental factors* 3:136 reaction from residual antibiotics present inRichardson DR: Gold medal rant (ed) 1:4; Con- Smith D: Swirski-type interviews: An ethical livestock (c) 8:388 flict of interest (c) 1:9; My hospital (ed) 2:60; dilemma for physicians* 1:32 Wong WT: Re: Flu protection (c) 1:10 I was naked in Hawaii when I felt the earth Smith J: Communities of Practice: Leadership Woollard R: Conflict of interest (c) 1:9 move (ed) 3:117; Signs (ed) 4:168; Keep the in practice (pito) 2:70; Getting connected: Yee J: Lung transplantation in British Colum- change (ed) 5:241; Correction: PITO 5:245; Electronic delivery of lab, radiology, and hos- bia: A breath of fresh air * 4:211 Pinch me (ed) 6:284; Proust questionnaire: pital reports (pito) 4:179; An EMR story that Yoshida EM: Liver transplantation: Current sta- David R. Richardson, MD (bp) 6:322; Last spans five decades (sf) 4:220; GP adoption of tus in British Columbia* 4:203 chance (ed) 7:328; Patient self-management electronic medical records (pito) 6:288 Youakim S: Asbestosis: A persistent nemesis (ed) 8:384; Invasion of the body scanners (ed) Solomon R: Emergency departments: Are they (wsbc) 9:476 9:432; Re: Medical marijuana CMPA—posi- considered a safe haven from prosecution for Young RN: Personal development and the tion (c) 9:436; Linked, tagged, or poked: impaired drivers involved in fatal or person- BCMA (sf) 5:247 What’s your status? (ed) 10:496 al injury crashes? (cohp) 9:477 Zentner A: Dr Edward Freis: A pioneer inRobinson D: Dr Cecil “Cec” Ernest Gordon Stadnick E: Cardiac transplantation in British evidence-based treatment of hypertension* Robinson (im) 2:98 Columbia* 4:197 3:144 www.bcmj.org VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL 519

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