2010 subject index                                      INDEX TO BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL JOURNAL                         ...
subject index, b–cSetting the stage for the next several years (op)   New provincial breast health strategy (pu) 10:531   ...
subject index, c–g      Injuries in youth sport: An evidence-based         Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: Demo-      ...
subject index, g–iGERIATRICS                                           Setting the stage for the next several years (op)  ...
subject index, i–n      Mild traumatic brain injury (wsbc) (Gross EL,      LEECH                                          ...
subject index, n–pNORTHERN HEALTH—See RURAL HEALTH                   OSMV                                                 ...
subject index, p–r      PRACTICE MANAGEMENT See                             My hospital (ed) (Richardson DR) 2:60         ...
subject index, r–vRESPIRATORY                                         BC Cancer Agency prostate brachytherapy            S...
subject index, v–w      VOLUNTEERS                                        BCMA Board officers and      Mitufala dokta lane...
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  1. 1. 2010 subject index INDEX TO BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL JOURNAL VOLUME 52—JANUARY–DECEMBER 2010 An asterisk (*) indicates a clinical or review article. Letters to the editor (c), Editorials (ed), Back Page (bp), BC Centre for Disease Control (cdc), College Library (lib), Comment (op), Council on Health Promotion (cohp), In Memoriam (im), Insurance Corporation of BC (icbc), Medical Student Column (md2b), Physician Information Technology Office (pito), Point•Counterpoint (pcp), Premise (op), Pulsimeter (pu), Special Feature (sf), and WorkSafeBC (wsbc) are noted by abbreviations. Subentries are listed alphabetically. Location of articles is by issue number followed by beginning page number. ABBREVIATIONS Re: Potential allergic drug reaction from resid- BC DRUG AND POISON INFORMATION Abbreviations (c) (Shepherd R) 10:500 ual antibiotics present in livestock (c) (Wong CENTRE ACCIDENTS See also INSURANCE HCG) 8:388 BC Drug and Poison Information Centre has CORPORATION OF BRITISH Update on antibiotic resistance in British moved 10:540 COLUMBIA, WORKSAFEBC Columbia (cdc) (Li D, McKay R, Purych D, BCMA Aids for MVA injury management and docu- et al.) 4:226 2010 BCMA Annual Meeting Report (sf) mentation (icbc) (Jensen L) 4:185 Your irresistible personal portrait: A way to (Draper J) 6:290 Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: Demo- reduce antibiotic resistance? (cdc) (Patrick All in a day’s work (or perhaps a couple of graphic, temporal, societal, geographic, and DM, Maclure M, Mackie B, et al.) 9:465 weeks) (op) (Gillespie I) 8:389 environmental factors * (Lord SE, Hameed ARTHRITIS See OSTEOARTHRITIS BCMA benefits decision (c) (Frimer M) 1:8 SM, Schuurman N, et al.) 3:136 BCMA Insurance Department responds (c) ASBESTOSIS ACCOLADES AND AWARDS Asbestosis: A persistent nemesis (wsbc) (Youa- (Braid S) 1:9 BC Family Physician of the Year: Dr Ronald BCMA leads country with 16 resolutions at kim S) 9:476 Wilson (pu) 10:530 CMA (op) (Gillespie I) 7:330 ARTHROPLASTY—ARTHROSCOPY See Bill Mackie honored 5:277 BCMA submits HST report to government (pu) OSTEOARTHRITIS Call for nominations (pu) 1:39; 7:341; 8:415; 1:38 9:475; 10:500 AWARDS See ACCOLADES AND Call for nominations (pu) 1:39; 7:341; 8:415; Connecting the dots: An interview with Dr Arun AWARDS 9:475; 10:500 Garg (gg) (Verma P, Verma P) 4:182 BACTERIAL TESTING Call for nominations: BCMA and CMA special Dance wins writing award (pu) 10:533 SFU speeds bacterial testing in rural India (pu) awards (pu) 7:341; 8:415; 9:475; Don Rix leadership award announced (pu) 9:474 10:532 Changes to Pregnancy Leave Program (pu) 1:38 Don Rix remembered (gg) (King DJ) 2:72 BANKING Colorectal cancer screening (c) (Isaacs G) UBC alumni awards (pu) 6:294 Scotiabank offers custom package (pu) (Scrase 10:499 ACUPUNCTURE P) 6:294 Free insurance? (pu) (Moffat L) 10:530 Evidence-based guidelines for the nonpharma- BC AMBULANCE SERVICE GPSC launches new web site (pu) 1:39 cological treatment of osteoarthritis of the Guidelines for sedating psychiatric patients Guidelines and Protocols Committee (pu) hip and knee * (Hawkeswood J, Reebye R) flawed (pcp) (Dagg P) 1:20 (Dalal B) 5:266 8:399 Guidelines reflect philosophy of respect for Individual pension plans for incorporated pro- ADDICTION psychiatric patients (pcp) (Wheeler S) 1:21 fessionals (pu) (AhPin C) 3:134 Training the inner alligator (sf) (Bass F) 1:23 Interview with Dr Ian Gillespie BCMA presi- BC CANCER AGENCY See CANCER ADHD dent 2010-2011 (sf) (Draper J) 7:333 BC CENTRE FOR DISEASE CONTROL Looking forward to a new year (op) (Gillespie Family physicians and specialists unite! A colla- Don’t wait to test for HIV (Gilbert M, Krajden borative approach to managing ADHD in the I) 6:286 M) 6:308 Member survey results (c) (de Couto J) 5:244 office (cohp) (Arruda W, Bowering R) 1:46 Hot day deaths, summer 2009: What happened New BC-wide surgery booking system (pu) AIDS See HIV and how to prevent a recurrence (Kosatsky T) 9:472 AIR QUALITY 5:261 New Specialist Services Committee initiatives Smoky air and respiratory health in the 2010 Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Program in BC: underway (pu) 3:133 forest fire season, British Columbia (cdc) A good start with room for improvement Numbers speak volumes (op) (Brodie B) 3:120 (Elliott C, Kosatsky T) 10:514 (Naus M, Ogilvie G) 2:95 Parental Leave Program reminder (Braid S) Stairclimb for clean air (pu) 1:38 Pandemic influenza: Postpandemic laboratory 8:425 ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE analysis (Prystajecky N, Petric M, McNabb Personal development and the BCMA (sf) Allopathy—a term that diminishes the profes- A, et al.) 3:124 (Young R) 5:247 sion (Oppel L) 2:91 Screening renal failure patients for tuberculosis Pregnancy Leave becomes the Parental Leave Evidence-based treatment of chronic pain (wsbc) (Johnston J, Elwood K) 8:413 (pu) 3:134 (Noertjojo K, Martin C, Dunn C) 10:515 Smoky air and respiratory health in the 2010 Presidential musings: End-of-term reflections ALLERGIES forest fire season, British Columbia (Elliott (op) (Brodie B) 5:243 Re: Potential allergic drug reaction from resid- T, Kosatsky T) 10:514 Programs for specialists are on the way (op) ual antibiotics present in livestock (c) (Wong Update on antibiotic resistance in British Colum- (Brodie B) 2:64 HCG) 8:388 bia (Li D, McKay R, Purych D, et al.) 4:226 Re: AGM article (c) (Busser J) 8:387 Why you should get to know your local veteri- Why you should get to know your local veteri- Re: Flu protection (c) (Wong WT) 1:10 narian (cdc) (Pollock SL, Stephen C) 1:15 narian (Pollock SL, Stephen C) 1:15 Save the date: BCMA Annual Convention (pu) ANTIBIOTICS—ANTIBIOTIC USE Your irresistible personal portrait: A way to 1:38 Antibiotic use in our livestock (cohp) (Mackie reduce antibiotic resistance? (Patrick DM, Scotiabank offers custom package (pu) (Scrase B) 6:309 Maclure M, Mackie B, et al.) 9:465 P) 6:294520 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 www.bcmj.org
  2. 2. subject index, b–cSetting the stage for the next several years (op) New provincial breast health strategy (pu) 10:531 CIRRHOSIS (Gillespie I) 10:498 Ovarian cancer prevention: Practice changes Liver transplantation: Current status in BritishThe 2010 Winter Olympic Games are inspira- (pu) 10:532 Columbia * (Haque M, Scudamore CH, Stein- tional (op) (Brodie B) 1:6 Participants sought for landmark health study brecher UP, et al.) 4:203Travel insurance rules for visitors to Cuba (pu) (pu) 10:532 CLIMATE CHANGE (Braid S) 6:295 Prostate cancer drug developed in BC (pu) 7:366 Doctors tackle climate change (pu) 1:37Your irresistible personal portrait: A way to Revisiting rectal cancer management in British CLINICAL PREVENTION reduce antibiotic resistance? (cdc) (Patrick Columbia * (Phang PT, Cheifetz R, Brown Clinical prevention—docs lead the way (pu) DM, Maclure M, Mackie B, et al.) 9:465 CJ, et al.) 10:510 (Oppel L) 2:68BCMD2B The need for long-term follow-up of childhood COLLEGE LIBRARYLegalization of euthanasia violates the princi- cancer survivors in British Columbia * (Mac- A thousand words (lib) (MacDonell K, Melrose ples of competence, autonomy, and benefi- Donald L, Fryer C, McBride ML, et al.) R, Neill J) 5:270 cence (Ko J) 2:92 10:504 Best evidence: The tip of the information ice-Lost in translation (Malebranche D) 1:11 CAPTAIN VANCOUVER berg (lib) (MacDonnell K, Neill, J) 9:437BC MEDICAL JOURNAL Captain Vancouver and medicine in the Age of E-vailability of e-books (lib) (MacDonell K,2010 Author Index 10:517 Sail (sf) (Greenstone G) 10:504 Melrose R, Neill J) 7:3682010 Subject Index 10:520 CARDIAC—CARDIOVASCULAR Learning at your convenience (lib) (MacDonellCompeting interests: Anything to declare? BCPRA education course for GPs (pu) (Schach- K, Melrose R, Neill J) 1:18 (Richardson DR) 3:119 ter M) 9:473 COMMENTConflict of interest (Brar R, Brcic V, Etches N, Cardiac transplantation in British Columbia * All in a day’s work (or perhaps a couple of et al) 1:9 (Stadnick E, Ignaszewski A) 4:197 weeks) (Gillespie I) 8:389Guidelines for authors 1:40; 2:89; 6:311; 7:365; Cardiovascular risk factors and models of risk BCMA leads country with 16 resolutions at 8:412; 10:529 prediction: Recognizing the leadership of Dr CMA (Gillespie I) 7:330Linked, tagged, or poked: What’s your status? Roy Dawber * (Davis M, Andrade J, Taylor Determining fitness to drive: A troublesome (ed) (Richardson DR) 10:496 C, et al.) 7:342 task (Gillespie I) 9:434Medical writing prize 1:45; 6:285; 7:359 Does an Aspirin a day keep the doctor away? East Vancouver Youth Mental Health ProjectThe editor responds (c) (Richardson DR) 1:10 Acetylsalicylic acid for the primary preven- (Brodie B) 4:177bcmj.org tion of cardiovascular disease * (Bayliss M, Looking forward to a new year (Gillespie I)bcmj.org health notes 3:162 Ignaszewski A) 6:298 6:286Linked, tagged, or poked: What’s your status? Dr Edward Freis: A pioneer in evidence-based Numbers speak volumes (Brodie B) 3:120 (ed) (Richardson DR) 10:496 treatment of hypertension * (Zentner A, Ignas- Presidential musings: End-of-term reflectionsBEARING SURFACES zewski A) 3:144 (Brodie B) 5:243Total hip arthroplasty: Techniques and results * New study: Valve-in-valve implants (pu) 5:269 Programs for specialists are on the way (Brodie (Burnett RSJ) 9:455 The implantable cardioverter-defibrillator: From B) 2:64BILLING See also BCMA, GENERAL Mirowski to its current use * (Deyell MW, Setting the stage for the next several years PRACTICE SERVICES COMMITTEE Tung S, Ignaszewski A) 5:248 (Gillespie I) 10:498Fee changes now effective (pu) 3:133 CESAREAN SECTION The 2010 Winter Olympic Games are inspira-Re: Flu protection (c) (Wong WT) 1:10 Differences in C-section rates (pu) 6:296 tional (Brodie B) 1:6BLOODLETTING CHARITY—CHARITABLE CAUSES CONFLICT OF INTERESTRe: Bloodletting (c) (Shepherd R) 3:119 I was naked in Hawaii when I felt the earth move Competing interests: Anything to declare?The history of bloodletting (op) (Greenstone G) (ed) (Richardson DR) 3:117 (Richardson DR) 3:119 1:12 Last chance (ed) (Richardson DR) 7:328 Conflict of interest (Brar R, Brcic V, Etches N,BONE AND TENDON-RELATED Mitufala dokta lanem planti long Vanuatu! (We et al) 1:9 TREATMENTS two doctors learned a lot in Vanuatu!) (sf) Drug-dispensing machines (pu) (Oppel L) 1:37Research team explores new bone and tendon- (Leduc E) 3:126 The editor responds (c) (Richardson DR) 1:10 related treatments (wsbc) (Noertjojo K, Mar- Volunteers needed—medical triage in Guate- COPD tin C) 8:391 mala (pu) 7:369 Lung attack: A call to arms (ed) (Lawson LM)BOOK REVIEWS Walk with your patients (pu) (Wilson R) 3:135 3:118Oxygen (pu) (Verchere C) 6:294 CHECKLISTS CORONARY See CARDIACSumac’s Red Arms (pu) (Vroom WR) 5:266 Thank you, Dr Benton: Rationale for using a COUNCIL ON HEALTH PROMOTIONThe Boy in the Moon (pu) (Verchere C) 6:294 surgical checklist in British Columbia * Allopathy—a term that diminishes the profes-The Estrogen Errors (pu) (Verchere C) 5:266 (Cochrane DD, Lamsdale AM) 5:254 sion (Oppel L) 2:91The Pain Detective: Every Ache Tells a Story Antibiotic use in our livestock (Mackie B) CHILD AND YOUTH HEALTH See (pu) (Daniels J) 2:67 6:309 PEDIATRICBRAIN Are routine child health visits really necessary? CHILD SAFETYAll in a day’s work (or perhaps a couple of The state of children’s development in BC Trouble in toyland: Potential source of lead (c) weeks) (op) (Gillespie I) 8:389 (Arruda W) 10:503 (Wong HCG) 1:10Mild traumatic brain injury (wsbc) (Gross EL, Emergency departments: Are they considered a Meloche G) 6:297 CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS safe haven from prosecution for impaired New study: Cholinestrase inhibitors (pu) (Du- drivers involved in fatal or personal injuryCANCER jela CE) 4:223 crashes? (Purssell, R, Mahli L, Solomon R, etBC Cancer Agency prostate brachytherapy experience: Indications, procedure, and out- CHRONIC DISEASE al.) 9:477 comes * (Keyes M, Morris J, Pickles T, et al.) Chronic disease counseling program (pu) 3:133 Family physicians and specialists unite! A col- 2:76 CHRONIC PAIN laborative approach to managing ADHD inBC Genome Sciences Centre advances (pu) 9:473 Evidence-based treatment of chronic pain the office (Arruda W, Bowering R) 1:46Colorectal cancer screening (c) (Isaacs G) 10:499 (wsbc) (Noertjojo K, Martin C, Dunn C) Health Canada allows 10 000 unproven reme-Last chance (ed) (Richardson DR) 7:328 10:515 dies onto shelves (Oppel L) 8:411 www.bcmj.org VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL 521
  3. 3. subject index, c–g Injuries in youth sport: An evidence-based Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: Demo- EUTHANASIA injury prevention warm-up (Shearer C) 5:260 graphic, temporal, societal, geographic, and Legalization of euthanasia violates the princi- Out with the old, in with the “new” WHO environmental factors * (Lord SE, Hameed ples of competence, autonomy, and benefi- growth charts (Cadenhead K, Raja S) 3:152 SM, Schuurman N, et al.) 3:136 cence (md2b) (Ko J) 2:92 The resuscitation conversation (Gallagher R, DRUGS—DRUG DISPENSING Re: Euthanasia (c) (Dale J) 4:172 McElhaney J) 4:218 Anti-cholesterol drugs could help prevent Re: Legalization of euthanasia (c) (Giligson A) CPR seizures (pu) 10:531 4:174 The resuscitation conversation (cohp) (Gal- Drug-dispensing machines (pu) (Oppel L) 1:37 EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE lagher R, McElhaney J) 4:218 EDITORIALS Aids for MVA injury management and docu- CROSSWORD Care of the aging (Haigh SE) 1:5 mentation (icbc) (Jensen L) 4:185 Medical crossword (bp) 5:278 Geriatric denial (Lawson LM) 10:497 Best evidence: The tip of the information ice- DAWBER, DR THOMAS ROYLE (ROY) Gold medal rant (Richardson DR) 1:4 berg (lib) (MacDonnell K, Neill, J) 9:437 Cardiovascular risk factors and models of risk How to treat patients (Rowe TC) 6:285 Evidence-based guidelines for the nonpharma- prediction: Recognizing the leadership of Dr I am supposedly a teacher (Verchere C) 5:242 cological treatment of osteoarthritis of the hip Roy Dawber * (Davis M, Andrade J, Taylor I was naked in Hawaii when I felt the earth move and knee * (Hawkeswood J, Reebye R) 8:399 C, et al.) 7:342 (Richardson DR) 3:117 Evidence-based treatment of chronic pain (wsbc) In government we trust (Day B) 4:170 (Noertjojo K, Martin C, Dunn C) 10:515 DEATH—DYING Invasion of the body scanners (Richardson DR) Re: Evidence-based medicine (c) (Walton L) Hot day deaths, summer 2009: What happened 3:119 9:432 and how to prevent a recurrence (cdc) (Ko- Keep the change (Richardson DR) 5:241 EXHIBITION satsky T) 5:261 Last chance (Richardson DR) 7:328 Body Worlds and the Brain exhibition (pu) The implantable cardioverter-defibrillator: From Linked, tagged, or poked: What’s your status? (Oppel L) 9:479 Mirowski to its current use * (Deyell MW, (Richardson DR) 10:496 FALLS Tung S, Ignaszewski A) 5:248 Lost and found (Chapman DB) 2:62 Geriatric denial (ed) (Lawson LM) 10:497 The resuscitation conversation (cohp) (Gal- Lung attack: A call to arms (Lawson LM) 3:118 New resource: Falls among elderly (pu) (Cadar- lagher R, McElhaney J) 4:218 Medical marijuana (Vroom WR) 7:329 io B, Scott V) 5:268 DEMENTIA My hospital (Richardson DR) 2:60 Innovative group medical visits benefit both FAMILY PRACTICE Patient self-management (Richardson DR) 8:384 dementia patients and their caregivers (gpsc) Family practice web site (pu) 3:133 Pinch me (Richardson DR) 6:284 (Kallstrom L) 4:181 Signs (Richardson DR) 4:168 FLU See INFLUENZA DEPRESSION The end of an era (Chapman DB) 9:433 FRAMINGTON RISK SCORE GP learning session focuses on improving care Type 2 diabetes in youth (Haigh SE) 8:385 Cardiovascular risk factors and models of risk for adolescent depression (gpsc) (Kallstrom ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS See prediction: Recognizing the leadership of Dr L) 2:96 also INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Roy Dawber * (Davis M, Andrade J, Taylor DIABETES An EMR story that spans five decades (sf) C, et al.) 7:342 BCPRA education course for GPs (pu) (Schach- (Smith J) 4:220 FREIS, DR EDWARD ter M) 9:473 Communities of Practice: Leadership in prac- Dr Edward Freis: A pioneer in evidence-based Diabetic ketoacidosis in children and adoles- tice (pito) (Smith J) 2:70 treatment of hypertension * (Zentner A, Ignas- cents: An update and revised treatment pro- Getting connected: Electronic delivery of lab, zewski A) 3:144 tocol * (Metzger D) 1:24 radiology, and hospital reports (pito) (Smith GENERAL PRACTICE—FAMILY Does an Aspirin a day keep the doctor away? J) 4:179 PRACTICE See PRACTICE OF Acetylsalicylic acid for the primary preven- GP adoption of electronic medical records (pito) MEDICINE tion of cardiovascular disease * (Bayliss M, (Smith J) 6:288 GENERAL PRACTICE SERVICES Ignaszewski A) 6:298 EMERGENCY DEPARTMETNS— COMMITTEE See also BCMA Kidney, pancreas, and pancreatic islet trans- EMERGENCY MEDICINE Attachment and integration: Collaboration at plantation * (Landsberg DN, Shapiro RJ) BCMA leads country with 16 resolutions at work (Evoy B) 5:246 4:189 CMA (op) (Gillespie I) 7:330 Divisions of Family Practice address commu- Type 2 diabetes in youth (ed) (Haigh SE) 8:385 Emergency departments: Are they considered a nity needs, improve care at local level (Evoy DIALYSIS safe haven from prosecution for impaired B) 9:470 Russell Palmer: Forgotten champion (gg) (Rae drivers involved in fatal or personal injury East Vancouver Youth Mental Health Project A) 9:466 crashes? (cohp) (Purssell R, Mahli L, Solo- (op) (Brodie B) 4:177 DISABILITY See BCMA, INSURANCE, mon R, et al.) 9:477 GP learning session focuses on improving care WORKSAFEBC ENVIRONMENT for adolescent depression (Kallstrom L) 2:96 DIVISIONS OF FAMILY PRACTICE See Smoky air and respiratory health in the 2010 GPSC launches new web site (pu) 1:39 GENERAL PRACTICE SERVICES forest fire season, British Columbia (cdc) Innovative group medical visits benefit both COMMITTEE (Elliott C, Kosatsky T) 10:514 dementia patients and their caregivers (Kall- DRIVING—DRIVERS Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: Demo- strom L) 4:181 Determining fitness to drive: A troublesome graphic, temporal, societal, geographic, and Pinch me (ed) (Richardson DR) 6:284 task (op) (Gillespie I) 9:434 environmental factors * (Lord SE, Hameed PSP developments for this autumn (Kallstrom Driver assessment and the duty to report (icbc) SM, Schuurman N, et al.) 3:136 L) 6:310 (Jensen L) 3:122 EPIDEMIOLOGY GENOMIC TECHNOLOGIES Emergency departments: Are they considered a Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: Demo- BC Genome Sciences Centre advances (pu) safe haven from prosecution for impaired graphic, temporal, societal, geographic, and (Hamill J) 9:473 drivers involved in fatal or personal injury environmental factors * (Lord SE, Hameed GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE crashes? (cohp) (Purssell R, Mahli L, Solo- SM, Schuurman N, et al.) 3:136 Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: Demo- mon R, et al.) 9:477 ETHICS graphic, temporal, societal, geographic, and Re: Driver assessment (c) (Shepherd R) 8:386 Receiving gifts from patients: A pragmatic environmental factors * (Lord SE, Hameed Senior drivers (icbc) (Jensen L) 2:97 shade of grey (op) (Marois J) 3:129 SM, Schuurman N, et al.) 3:136522 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 www.bcmj.org
  4. 4. subject index, g–iGERIATRICS Setting the stage for the next several years (op) HOSPITALSCare of the aging (Haigh SE) 1:5 (Gillespie I) 10:498 Divisions of Family Practice address commu-Senior drivers (icbc) (Jensen L) 2:97 Signs (ed) (Richardson DR) 4:168 nity needs, improve care at local level (gpsc)New resource: Falls among elderly (pu) (Cadar- Special Care Services offers enhanced care for (Evoy B) 9:470 io B, Scott V) 5:268 BC’s most seriously injured workers (wsbc) Keep the change (ed) (Richardson DR) 5:241Geriatric denial (ed) (Lawson LM) 10:497 (Leyen J, Meloche G) 4:217 My hospital (ed) (Richardson DR) 2:60GILLESPIE, IAN The need for long-term follow-up of childhood Signs (ed) (Richardson DR) 4:168Interview with Dr Ian Gillespie BCMA presi- cancer survivors in British Columbia * (Mac- Thank you, Dr Benton: Rationale for using a sur- dent 2010-2011 (sf) (Draper J) 7:333 Donald L, Fryer C, McBride ML, et al.) gical checklist in British Columbia * (Coch-GOVERNMENT 10:504 rane DB, Lamsdale AM) 5:254BCMA submits HST report to government (pu) HEALTHY EATING/LIVING The end of an era (ed) (Chapman DB) 9:433 1:38 Clinical features and pathogenic mechanisms HOSPITALIZATIONDetermining fitness to drive: A troublesome of osteoarthritis of the hip and knee * (Hasan Re: Attitude (c) (Pankratz E) 1:10 task (op) (Gillespie I) 9:434 M, Shuckett R) 8:393 Re: Attitude (c) (Boggie A) 2:66Guidelines and Protocols Committee (pu) Evidence-based guidelines for the nonpharma- HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (Dalal B) 5:266 cological treatment of osteoarthritis of the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Program inHealth Canada allows 10 000 unproven reme- hip and knee * (Hawkeswood J, Reebye R) BC: A good start with room for improvement dies onto shelves (cohp) (Oppel L) 8:411 8:399 (cdc) (Naus M, Ogilvie, G) 2:95HIV prevention strategy (pu) 7:366 Geriatric denial (ed) (Lawson LM) 10:497 New HPV study (pu) 3:133In government we trust (ed) (Day B) 4:170 Patient self-management (ed) (Richardson DR) Signs (ed) (Richardson DR) 4:168New BC-wide surgery booking system (pu) 8:384 HYPERTENSION 9:472 HEART See CARDIAC— Dr Edward Freis: A pioneer in evidence-basedNew provincial breast health strategy (pu) CARDIOVASCULAR treatment of hypertension * (Zentner A, Ignas- 10:531 HELMETS zewski A) 3:144Pinch me (ed) (Richardson DR) 6:284 Helmets reduce injuries by 85% (pu) 5:269 ICBCPrograms for specialists are on the way (op) HEPATITIS Re: Medical authorizations and reports (c) (Brodie B) 2:64 Liver transplantation: Current status in British (Leduc E) 2:65Provincial palliative care line (pu) 5:266Re: Potential allergic drug reaction from resid- Columbia * (Haque M, Scudamore CH, IMMUNIZATION See VACCINE ual antibiotics present in livestock (c) (Wong Steinbrecher UP, et al.) 4:203 IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER- HCG) 8:388 HIP—HIP RESURFACING DEFIBRILLATORGROWTH—GROWTH CHARTS Clinical features and pathogenic mechanisms The implantable cardioverter-defibrillator: FromOut with the old, in with the “new” WHO growth of osteoarthritis of the hip and knee * (Hasan Mirowski to its current use * (Deyell MW, charts (cohp) (Cadenhead K, Raja S) 3:152 M, Shuckett R) 8:393 Tung S, Ignaszewski A) 5:248 Evidence-based guidelines for the nonpharma- INFANT HEALTH See PEDIATRICGUIDELINES See PROTOCOLS cological treatment of osteoarthritis of the INFLUENZAHEALTH CARE—HEALTH CARE SYSTEM hip and knee * (Hawkeswood J, Reebye R)Are routine child health visits really necessary? Re: Flu protection (c) (Wong WT) 1:10 8:399 Pandemic influenza: Postpandemic laboratory The state of children’s development in BC Guest editorial: Osteoarthritis of the hip and (cohp) (Arruda W) 10:503 analysis (cdc) (Prytajecky N, Petric M, Mc- knee, Part 1: Pathogenesis and nonsurgical Nabb A, et al.) 3:124Attachment and integration: Collaboration at management * (Masri BA) 8:392 work (gpsc) (Evoy B) 5:246 Physicians: Protect yourself (c) (Kendall PRW) Guest editorial: Osteoarthritis of the hip and 10:531BCPRA education course for GPs (pu) (Schach- knee, Part 2: Surgical interventions * (Masri ter M) 9:473 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BA) 9:438 An EMR story that spans five decades (sf)Canadian nutrition labeling initiative (pu) 10:531 Pharmacological treatment of osteoarthritis of (Smith J) 4:220Care of the aging (Haigh SE) 1:5 the hip and knee * (Kennedy S, Moran M) Communities of Practice: Leadership in prac-Determining fitness to drive: A troublesome 8:404 tice (pito) (Smith J) 2:70 task (op) (Gillespie I) 9:434 Total hip arthroplasty: Techniques and results * E-vailability of e-books (lib) (MacDonell K,Drug-dispensing machines (pu) (Oppel L) 1:37 (Burnett RSJ) 9:455 Melrose R, Neill J) 7:368In government we trust (ed) (Day B) 4:170Innovative group medical visits benefit both HISTORY OF MEDICINE Getting connected: Electronic delivery of lab, dementia patients and their caregivers (gpsc) Allopathy—a term that diminishes the profes- radiology, and hospital reports (pito) (Smith (Kallstrom L) 4:181 sion (cohp) (Oppel L) 2:91 J) 4:179Keep the change (ed) (Richardson DR) 5:241 An EMR story that spans five decades (sf) GP adoption of electronic medical records (pito)My hospital (ed) (Richardson DR) 2:60 (Smith J) 4:220 (Smith J) 6:288One-stop care for kidney patients (pu) 4:223 Captain Vancouver and medicine in the Age of Lights, Camera, Surgery: Take 2 (md2b) (De-Patient self-management (ed) (Richardson DR) Sail (sf) (Greenstone G) 10:504 Girolamo K, Molavi I) 10:501 8:384 Re: Bloodletting (c) (Shepherd R) 3:119 Linked, tagged, or poked: What’s your status?Physicians: Protect yourself (c) (Kendall PRW) The history of bloodletting (op) (Greenstone G) (ed) (Richardson DR) 10:496 10:531 1:12 INJURY See also INSURANCEPrivate health care with public delivery? (md2b) HIV CORPORATION OF BRITISH (Malebranche AD) 7:358 BC to seek and treat HIV patients (pu) 3:135 COLUMBIA; WORKSAFEBCRe: Attitude (c) (Pankratz E) 1:10 Don’t wait to test for HIV (cdc) (Gilbert M, All in a day’s work (or perhaps a couple ofRe: Potential allergic drug reaction from resid- Krajden M) 6:308 weeks) (op) (Gillespie I) 8:389 ual antibiotics present in livestock (c) (Wong Gay men still more likely to contract HIV (pu) Geriatric denial (ed) (Lawson LM) 10:497 HCG) 8:388 4:223 Helmets reduce injuries by 85% (pu) 5:269Revisiting rectal cancer management in British HIV prevention strategy (pu) 7:366 Injuries in youth sport: An evidence-based Columbia * (Phang PT, Cheifetz R, Brown Stephen Lewis AIDS Foundation AfriGrand injury prevention warm-up (cohp) (Shearer CJ, et al.) 10:510 Caravan (pu) 8:414 C) 5:260 www.bcmj.org VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL 523
  5. 5. subject index, i–n Mild traumatic brain injury (wsbc) (Gross EL, LEECH Re: Medical authorizations and reports (c) Meloche G) 6:297 The history of bloodletting (op) (Greenstone G) (Leduc E) 2:65 New resource: Falls among elderly (pu) (Cada- 1:12 Swirski-type interviews: An ethical dilemma rio B, Scott V) 5:268 Re: Bloodletting (c) (Shepherd R) 3:119 for physicians * (Smith DH) 1:32 Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: Demo- LEG LENGTH The future is clear now: Expert evidence under graphic, temporal, societal, geographic, and Clinical features and pathogenic mechanisms the new civil rules (icbc) (Heuchert T) 1:17 environmental factors * (Lord SE, Hameed of osteoarthritis of the hip and knee * (Hasan MEDICAL LIBRARY See COLLEGE SM, Schuurman N, et al.) 3:136 M, Shuckett R) 8:393 LIBRARY IN MEMORIAM See OBITUARIES LIBRARY See COLLEGE LIBRARY MEDICAL LITERATURE See COLLEGE INSURANCE See also BCMA LUNG—LUNG HEALTH LIBRARY BCMA benefits decision (c) (Frimer M) 1:8 Lung transplantation in British Columbia: A MEDICAL RECORDS/REPORTS See also BCMA Insurance Department responds (c) breath of fresh air * (Wilson JM, Yee J, Levy INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (Braid S) 1:9 RD) 4:211 Dr Jensen responds (c) (Jensen L) 2:66 Free insurance? (pu) (Moffat L) 10:530 Stairclimb for Clean Air (pu) 1:38 GP adoption of electronic medical records (pito) Parental Leave Program reminder (Braid S) MALARIA (Smith J) 6:288 8:425 MSF malaria awareness (pu) (De Smet M) 6:295 Re: Medical authorizations and reports (c) Private health care with public delivery? (md2b) (Leduc E) 2:65 MAMMOGRAPHY (Malebranche AD) 7:358 The future is clear now: Expert evidence under Mammography fast-tracking (pu) 2:102 Travel insurance rules for visitors to Cuba (pu) the new civil rules (icbc) (Heuchert T) 1:17 New provincial breast health strategy (pu) (Braid S) 6:295 MEDICAL SERVICES PLAN 10:531 Water damage: An ounce of prevention is worth Fee changes now effective (pu) 3:133 a pound of cure (pu) (Braid S) 2:102 MARIJUANA CMPA position (op) (Richardson DR) 9:436 MENTAL HEALTH See also INSURANCE CORPORATION OF BRITISH PSYCHIATRY—PSYCHOTHERAPY COLUMBIA Dr Vroom responds (c) (Vroom WR) 9:436 Medical marijuana (ed) (Vroom WR) 7:329 Chronic disease counseling program (pu) 3:133 Aids for MVA injury management and docu- East Vancouver Youth Mental Health Project mentation (Jensen L) 4:185 Re: Medical marijuana (c) (Capler R, Lucas P) 9:435 (op) (Brodie B) 4:177 Driver assessment and the duty to report (Jensen MÉDECINS SANS FRONTIÉRES GP learning session focuses on improving care L) 3:122 MSF malaria awareness (pu) (De Smet M) for adolescent depression (gpsc) (Kallstrom Senior drivers (Jensen L) 2:97 6:295 L) 2:96 The future is clear now: Expert evidence under The physical and mental health practices of the new civil rules (Heuchert T) 1:17 MEDICAL AUDIT physicians in British Columbia (Frank E, JOINT REPLACMEENT See Medical audit inspectors needed (pu) 7:367 Oberg E, Segura C, et al.) 7:349 OSTEOARTHRITIS MEDICAL EDUCATION MINISTRY OF HEALTH SERVICES KIDNEY—KIDNEY CARE Body Worlds and the Brain exhibition (pu) GPSC launches new web site (pu) 1:39 Kidney, pancreas, and pancreatic islet trans- (Oppel L) 9:479 Innovative group medical visits benefit both plantation * (Landsberg DN, Shapiro RJ) 4:189 CME costs (c) (Grist R) 2:65 dementia patients and their caregivers (gpsc) One-stop care for kidney patients (pu) 4:223 I am supposedly a teacher (ed) (Verchere C) (Kallstrom L) 4:181 Russell Palmer: Forgotten champion (gg) (Rae 5:242 New Specialist Services Committee initiatives A) 9:466 Learning at your convenience (lib) (MacDonell underway (pu) 3:133 KNEE K, Melrose R, Neill J) 1:18 Pinch me (ed) (Richardson DR) 6:284 Clinical features and pathogenic mechanisms Lights, Camera, Surgery: Take 2 (md2b) (De- Your irresistible personal portrait: A way to of osteoarthritis of the hip and knee * (Hasan Girolamo K, Molavi I) 10:501 reduce antibiotic resistance? (cdc) (Patrick M, Shuckett R) 8:393 Lost in translation (md2b) (Malebranche AD) DM, Maclure M, Mackie B, et al.) 9:465 Evidence-based guidelines for the nonpharma- 1:11 Revisiting rectal cancer management in British MIROWSKI, DR MIECZYSLAW (MICHEL) cological treatment of osteoarthritis of the Columbia * (Phang PT, Cheifetz R, Brown The implantable cardioverter-defibrillator: hip and knee * (Hawkeswood J, Reebye R) CJ, et al.) 10:510 From Mirowski to its current use * (Deyell 8:399 MEDICAL EQUIPMENT MW, Tung S, Ignaszewski A) 5:248 Guest editorial: Osteoarthritis of the hip and knee, Part 1: Pathogenesis and nonsurgical Invasion of the body scanners (ed) (Richardson MIXED MARTIAL ARTS management * (Masri BA) 8:392 DR) 9:432 All in a day’s work (or perhaps a couple of Guest editorial: Osteoarthritis of the hip and MEDICAL HISTORY weeks) (op) (Gillespie I) 8:389 knee, Part 2: Surgical interventions * (Masri Hammy and Hector (gg) (Haynes S) 8:410 MOTOR VEHICLES/ACCIDENTS See BA) 9:438 Popping the cork (bp) (Haynes S) 2:110 DRIVERS—DRIVING, INSURANCE Pharmacological treatment of osteoarthritis of Russell Palmer: Forgotten champion (gg) (Rae CORPORATION OF BRITISH the hip and knee * (Kennedy S, Moran M) A) 9:466 COLUMBIA 8:404 MEDICAL-LEGAL NATUROPATHY See ALTERNATIVE The role of arthroscopy in the treatment of Aids for MVA injury management and docu- MEDICINE degenerative joint disease of the knee * mentation (icbc) (Jensen L) 4:185 NAUTICAL (McCormack R) 9:439 Dr Jensen responds (c) (Jensen L) 2:66 Captain Vancouver and medicine in the Age of Total knee arthroplasty: Techniques and results Emergency departments: Are they considered a Sail (sf) (Greenstone G) 10:504 * (Williams DH, Garbuz DS, Masri BA) 9:447 safe haven from prosecution for impaired NECK PAIN LANGUAGE SKILLS drivers involved in fatal or personal injury Clarification re: “What’s new in the literature: Lost in translation (md2b) (Malebranche AD) crashes? (cohp) (Purssell R, Mahli L, Sol- nonspecific neck pain” (wsbc) (Montgomerie 1:11 omon R, et al.) 9:477 A) 5:265 LEAD Legalization of euthanasia violates the princi- What’s new in the literature: Nonspecific neck Trouble in toyland: Potential source of lead (c) ples of competence, autonomy, and benefi- pain (wsbc) (Rothfels P, Martin C, Noertjojo 1:10 cence (md2b) (Ko J) 2:92 K) 3:123524 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 www.bcmj.org
  6. 6. subject index, n–pNORTHERN HEALTH—See RURAL HEALTH OSMV Donald L, Fryer C, McBride ML, et al.)NUTRITION Determining fitness to drive: A troublesome 10:504Canadian nutrition labeling initiative (pu) task (op) (Gillespie I) 9:434 Type 2 diabetes in youth (ed) (Haigh SE) 8:385 10:531 Driver assessment and the duty to report (icbc) PERINATAL HEALTHNutrition information (pu) 7:377 (Jensen L) 3:122 BC Perinatal Health Program revises provincialOBITUARIES PALLIATIVE CARE perinatal forms (pu) 4:223Allan, Dr David Stewart (Benedet JL) 5:262 Provincial palliative care line (pu) 5:266 PETSBaldwin, Dr John (Jack) Henry (Pink D) 3:151 PAP TESTS Why you should get to know your local veteri-Ball, Dr Roger John Tudor (Tisdale JM) 1:36 LACE campaign promotes Pap testing (pu) 5:269 narian (cdc) (Pollock SL, Stephen C) 1:15Bolton, Dr David McNiell (Bolton P) 7:339 PATIENT CARE See HEALTH CARE— PHARMACOLOGYCorrection (im) 9:472 HEALTH CARE SYSTEM, PATIENT Health Canada allows 10 000 unproven reme-Cragg, Dr George Edward (Corbett WJ) 3:150 SAFETY, PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, dies onto shelves (cohp) (Oppel L) 8:411Dueck, Dr John W. (Pauls H) 7:340 WORKSAFEBC Pharmacological treatment of osteoarthritis ofLott, Dr Gordon Gatward (Bud) (Clay MG, PATIENT CONSENT the hip and knee * (Kennedy S, Moran M) Finlayson ND) 3:150 Emergency departments: Are they considered a 8:404Morrissey, Dr Kerry Margaret Telford (Van safe haven from prosecution for impaired Your irresistible personal portrait: A way to Schagen C, Swinkels H, McCarthy L) 5:263 drivers involved in fatal or personal injury reduce antibiotic resistance? (cdc) (PatrickNickerson, Dr Kenneth Glenwright (Romalis crashes? (cohp) (Purssell R, Mahli L, Solo- DM, Maclure M, Mackie B, et al.) 9:465 G) 5:264 mon R, et al.) 9:477 PHYSICAL ACTIVITYRecently deceased physicians 3:151; 8:390; See Swirski-type interviews: An ethical dilemma Type 2 diabetes in youth (ed) (Haigh SE) 8:385 also Correction (im) 9:472 for physicians * (Smith DH) 1:32 Walk with your patients (pu) (Wilson R) 3:135Rigg, Dr J. Michael (Hill R) 5:263 PATIENT SAFETY PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTSRix, Dr Donald B (Schonfeld M) 1:35 Determining fitness to drive: A troublesome Assistants needed to treat doctor shortage (pu)Robinson, Dr Cecil “Cec” Ernest Gordon task (op) (Gillespie I) 9:434 (Oppel L) 5:267 (Robinson, D) 2:98 Determining fitness to work at safety-sensitive PHYSICIAN COMPENSATIONStonier, Dr Peter Finden (Muir, R) 2:98 jobs (wsbc) (Martin S) 1:48 BCMA leads country with 16 resolutions atThompson, Dr Trevor J.G. (O’Meara P) 10:533 Hot day deaths, summer 2009: What happened CMA (op) (Gillespie I) 7:330Wignall, Dr Norman (Wignall Jr N) 9:472 and how to prevent a recurrence (cdc) Pinch me (ed) (Richardson DR) 6:284Williams, Dr Hugh Richard (Atkinson KG) (Kosatsky T) 5:261 7:339 PHYSICIAN HEALTH Nosocomial or iatrogenic infections (c) (Bat-Yuen, Dr Basil Ho (Pride S, McComb P) 4:225 Changes to Pregnancy Leave Program (pu) 1:38 tershill J) 8:386OCCUPATIONAL INJURY/DISEASE See Physician Health Program report on medicine Ovarian cancer prevention: Practice changes WORKSAFEBC and motherhood (pu) 4:224 (pu) 10:532OLYMPICS See SPORT—SPORT Physicians: Protect yourself (c) (Kendall PRW) PSP developments for this autumn (gpsc) (Kall- MEDICINE—INJURIES 10:531 strom L) 6:310BCMA Pacemakers 2010 Winter Olympics Revisiting rectal cancer management in British PHYSICIAN HEALTH PROGRAM Torch Relay Team (photo) 2:109 Columbia * (Phang PT, Cheifetz R, Brown Physician Health Program report on medicineGold medal rant (ed) (Richardson DR) 1:4 CJ, et al.) 10:510 and motherhood (pu) 4:224The 2010 Winter Olympic Games are inspira- Thank you, Dr Benton: Rationale for using a The physical and mental health practices of tional (op) (Brodie B) 1:6 surgical checklist in British Columbia * physicians in British Columbia (Frank E,ONCOLOGY See CANCER (Cochrane DD, Lamsdale AM) 5:254 Oberg E, Segura C, et al.) 7:349ORGAN DONATION—See Why you should get to know your local veteri- PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP TRANSPLANTATION narian (cdc) (Pollock SL, Stephen C) 1:15 How to treat patients (ed) (Rowe TC) 6:285ORTHOPAEDICS See OSTEOARTHRITIS PEDESTRIAN TRAUMA Last chance (ed) (Richardson DR) 7:328 Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: Demo- Patient self-management (ed) (Richardson DR)OSTEOARTHRITIS graphic, temporal, societal, geographic, and 8:384Clinical features and pathogenic mechanisms environmental factors * (Lord SE, Hameed Re: Driver assessment (c) (Shepherd R) 8:386 of osteoarthritis of the hip and knee * (Hasan M, Shuckett R) 8:393 SM, Schuurman N, et al.) 3:136 PHYSICIAN SUPPLYEvidence-based guidelines for the nonpharma- PEDIATRIC Assistants needed to treat doctor shortage (pu) cological treatment of osteoarthritis of the Are routine child health visits really necessary? (Oppel L) 5:267 hip and knee * (Hawkeswood J, Reebye R) The state of children’s development in BC Divisions of Family Practice address commu- 8:399 (cohp) (Arruda W) 10:503 nity needs, improve care at local level (gpsc)Guest editorial: Osteoarthritis of the hip and Diabetic ketoacidosis in children and adoles- (Evoy B) 9:470 knee, Part 1: Pathogenesis and nonsurgical cents: An update and revised treatment pro- In government we trust (ed) (Day B) 4:170 management * (Masri BA) 8:392 tocol * (Metzger D) 1:24 PITO See also ELECTRONIC MEDICALGuest editorial: Osteoarthritis of the hip and Diagnosing children with TB (pu) 5:271 RECORDS, INFORMATION knee, Part 2: Surgical interventions * (Masri Family physicians and specialists unite! A collab- TECHNOLOGY BA) 9:438 orative approach to managing ADHD in the Communities of Practice: Leadership in prac-Pharmacological treatment of osteoarthritis of office (cohp) (Arruda W, Bowering R) 1:46 tice (pito) (Smith J) 2:70 the hip and knee * (Kennedy S, Moran M) Injuries in youth sport: An evidence-based Correction 5:245 8:404 injury prevention warm-up (cohp) (Shearer Getting connected: Electronic delivery of lab,The role of arthroscopy in the treatment of C) 5:260 radiology, and hospital reports (pito) (Smith degenerative joint disease of the knee * New shaken baby program (pu) (Mammen A, J) 4:179 (McCormack R) 9:439 Barr RG) 1:39 GP adoption of electronic medical records (pito)Total hip arthroplasty: Techniques and results * Out with the old, in with the “new” WHO growth (Smith J) 6:288 (Burnett RSJ) 9:455 charts (cohp) (Cadenhead K, Raja S) 3:152 PLASTINATIONTotal knee arthroplasty: Techniques and results The need for long-term follow-up of childhood Body Worlds and the Brain exhibition (pu) * (Williams DH, Garbuz DS, Masri BA) 9:447 cancer survivors in British Columbia * (Mac- (Oppel L) 9:479 www.bcmj.org VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL 525
  7. 7. subject index, p–r PRACTICE MANAGEMENT See My hospital (ed) (Richardson DR) 2:60 Guidelines and Protocols Committee (pu) PRACTICE OF MEDICINE New BC-wide surgery booking system (pu) 9:472 (Dalal B) 5:266 PRACTICE OF MEDICINE Nosocomial or iatrogenic infections (c) (Bat- Guidelines for sedating psychiatric patients Allopathy—a term that diminishes the profes- tershill J) 8:386 flawed (pcp) (Dagg P) 1:20 sion (cohp) (Oppel L) 2:91 Patient self-management (ed) (Richardson DR) Guidelines reflect philosophy of respect for Antibiotic use in our livestock (cohp) (Mackie 8:384 psychiatric patients (pcp) (Wheeler S) 1:21 B) 6:309 Pinch me (ed) (Richardson DR) 6:284 New resource: Falls among elderly (pu) (Cada- Are routine child health visits really necessary? Programs for specialists are on the way (op) rio B, Scott V) 5:268 The state of children’s development in BC (Brodie B) 2:64 Screening renal failure patients for tuberculosis (cohp) (Arruda W) 10:503 PSP developments for this autumn (gpsc) (Kall- (cdc) (Johnston J, Elwood K) 8:413 BC to seek and treat HIV patients (pu) 3:135 strom L) 6:310 PROUST QUESTIONNAIRE BCPRA education course for GPs (pu) (Schach- RACE program expands (pu) 7:367 Giligson, Ari (bp) (Giligson A) 8:426 ter M) 9:473 Re: Attitude (c) (Boggie A) 2:66 Gillespie, Ian (bp) (Gillespie I) 7:378 Clarity between colleagues (c) (Shepherd R) Re: Bloodletting (c) (Shepherd R) 3:119 McLaren, William J. (bp) (McLaren WJ) 10:542 4:175 Re: Driver assessment (c) (Shepherd R) 8:386 Paterson, Erik T. (bp) (Paterson ET) 9:490 CMPA position (op) (Richardson DR) 9:436 Receiving gifts from patients: A pragmatic Richardson, David R. (bp) (Richardson DRR) Colorectal cancer screening (c) (Isaacs G) 10:499 shade of grey (op) (Marois J) 3:129 6:322 Communities of Practice: Leadership in prac- Senior drivers (icbc) (Jensen L) 2:97 PSYCHIATRY—PSYCHOTHERAPY tice (pito) (Smith J) 2:70 Setting the stage for the next several years (op) Guidelines for sedating psychiatric patients Determining fitness to drive: A troublesome (Gillespie I) 10:498 flawed (pcp) (Dagg P) 1:20 task (op) (Gillespie I) 9:434 Signs (ed) (Richardson DR) 4:168 Guidelines reflect philosophy of respect for Determining fitness to work at safety-sensitive Swirski-type interviews: An ethical dilemma psychiatric patients (pcp) (Wheeler S) 1:21 jobs (wsbc) (Martin S) 1:48 for physicians * (Smith DH) 1:32 Divisions of Family Practice address commu- The history of bloodletting (op) (Greenstone G) PUBLIC HEALTH See also BC CENTRE nity needs, improve care at local level (gpsc) 1:12 FOR DISEASE CONTROL (Evoy B) 9:470 The need for long-term follow-up of childhood Tularemia in British Columbia: A case report Does an Aspirin a day keep the doctor away? cancer survivors in British Columbia * (Mac- and review * (Isaac-Renton M, Morshed M, Acetylsalicylic acid for the primary preven- Donald L, Fryer C, McBride ML, et al.) Galanis E, et al.) 6:303 tion of cardiovascular disease * (Bayliss M, 10:504 QUALITY OF CARE Ignaszewski A) 6:298 Training the inner alligator (sf) (Bass F) 1:23 Lung attack: A call to arms (ed) (Lawson LM) Don’t wait to test for HIV (cdc) (Gilbert M, What’s new in the literature: Nonspecific neck 3:118 Krajden M) 6:308 pain (wsbc) (Rothfels P, Martin C, Noertjojo The resuscitation conversation (cohp) (Gal- Dr Vroom responds (c) (Vroom WR) 9:436 K) 3:123 lagher R, McElhaney J) 4:218 Driver assessment and the duty to report (icbc) WorkSafeBC medical advisors are here to help QUALITY OF LIFE (Jensen L) 3:122 (Dunn C) 2:100 The resuscitation conversation (cohp) (Gal- Drug-dispensing machines (pu) (Oppel L) 1:37 Your irresistible personal portrait: A way to lagher R, McElhaney J) 4:218 East Vancouver Youth Mental Health Project reduce antibiotic resistance? (cdc) (Patrick Gold medal rant (ed) (Richardson DR) 1:4 (op) (Brodie B) 4:177 DM, Maclure M, Mackie B, et al.) 9:465 Care of the aging (Haigh SE) 1:5 Family physicians and specialists unite! A col- PRACTICE SUPPORT PROGRAM See RACE PROGRAM laborative approach to managing ADHD in GENERAL PRACTICE SERVICES RACE program expands (pu) 7:367 the office (cohp) (Arruda W, Bowering R) 1:46 COMMITTEE RENAL DISEASE See also Getting connected: Electronic delivery of lab, PREGNANCY TRANSPLANTATION radiology, and hospital reports (pito) (Smith Changes to Pregnancy Leave Program (pu) 1:38 BCPRA education course for GPs (pu) (Schach- J) 4:179 Early Pregnancy Assessment Clinic (pu) (Ra- ter M) 9:473 GP adoption of electronic medical records (pito) cette, N) 2:101 Kidney, pancreas, and pancreatic islet transplan- (Smith J) 6:288 Physician Health Program report on medicine tation * (Landsberg DN, Shapiro RJ) 4:189 Guidelines for sedating psychiatric patients and motherhood (pu) 4:224 Russell Palmer: Forgotten champion (gg) (Rae flawed (pcp) (Dagg P) 1:20 Pregnancy Leave becomes Parental Leave (pu) A) 9:466 Guidelines reflect philosophy of respect for 3:134 Screening renal failure patients for tuberculosis psychiatric patients (pcp) (Wheeler S) 1:21 Tobacco reduction resources (pu) 7:369 (cdc) (Johnston J, Elwood K) 8:413 Hammy and Hector (gg) (Haynes S) 8:410 PRESCRIBING PRACTICES See RESIDENTS Hot day deaths, summer 2009: What happened PRACTICE OF MEDICINE Resident work hours: Examining attitudes and how to prevent a recurrence (cdc) (Ko- satsky T) 5:261 PREVENTIVE MEDICINE toward work-hour limits in general surgery, How to treat patients (ed) (Rowe TC) 6:285 Clinical prevention—docs lead the way (pu) orthopaedics, and internal medicine * (Green Improving the way we work with you (wsbc) (Oppel L) 2:68 S, Poole GD) 2:84 (Montgomerie A) 5:265 Nosocomial or iatrogenic infections (c) (Bat- RESOURCES Innovative group medical visits benefit both tershill J) 8:386 BC Drug and Poison Information Centre has dementia patients and their caregivers (gpsc) PRIVACY moved 10:540 (Kallstrom L) 4:181 Dr Jensen responds (c) (Jensen L) 2:66 Family practice web site (pu) 3:133 Invasion of the body scanners (ed) (Richardson PROTOCOLS New HPV study (pu) 3:133 DR) 9:432 Aids for MVA injury management and docu- New resource: Falls among elderly (pu) (Cadar- Legalization of euthanasia violates the princi- mentation (icbc) (Jensen L) 4:185 io B, Scott V) 5:268 ples of competence, autonomy, and benefi- Diabetic ketoacidosis in children and adoles- Nutrition information (pu) 7:377 cence (md2b) (Ko J) 2:92 cents: An update and revised treatment pro- Online stroke information (pu) 9:472 Medical marijuana (ed) (Vroom WR) 7:329 tocol * (Metzger D) 1:24 Physician’s resource (wsbc) 7:356 Mitufala dokta lanem planti long Vanuatu! (We Evidence-based guidelines for the nonpharma- Provincial palliative care line (pu) 5:266 two doctors learned a lot in Vanuatu!) (bp) cological treatment of osteoarthritis of the hip RACE program expands (pu) 7:367 (Leduc E) 3:126 and knee * (Hawkeswood J, Reebye R) 8:399 Tobacco reduction resources (pu) 7:369526 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 www.bcmj.org
  8. 8. subject index, r–vRESPIRATORY BC Cancer Agency prostate brachytherapy SURVEYS See STUDIES—TRIALSLung attack: A call to arms (ed) (Lawson LM) experience: Indications, procedure, and out- TOBACCO 3:118 comes * (Keyes M, Morris J, Pickles T, et al.) Tobacco reduction resources (pu) (Sarbit G)Smoky air and respiratory health in the 2010 2:76 7:369 forest fire season, British Columbia (cdc) BC to seek and treat HIV patients (pu) 3:135 Training the inner alligator (sf) (Bass F) 1:23 (Elliott C, Kosatsky T) 10:514 Cardiovascular risk factors and models of risk TOYSRETIREMENT prediction: Recognizing the leadership of Dr Trouble in toyland: Potential source of lead (c)BCMA benefits decision (c) (Frimer M) 1:8 Roy Dawber * (Davis M, Andrade J, Taylor (Wong HCG) 1:10BCMA Insurance Department responds (c) C, et al.) 7:342 TRANSPLANTATION (Braid S) 1:9 Does an Aspirin a day keep the doctor away? Cardiac transplantation in British Columbia *Geriatric denial (ed) (Lawson LM) 10:497 Acetylsalicylic acid for the primary preven- (Stadnick E, Ignaszewski A) 4:197Setting the stage for the next several years (op) tion of cardiovascular disease * (Bayliss M, Kidney, pancreas, and pancreatic islet trans- (Gillespie I) 10:498 Ignaszewski A) 6:298 plantation * (Landsberg DN, Shapiro RJ)RETURN TO WORK See WORKSAFEBC Dr Edward Freis: A pioneer in evidence-based 4:189RURAL HEALTH treatment of hypertension * (Zentner A, Ignas- Liver transplantation: Current status in BritishSFU speeds bacterial testing in rural India (pu) zewski A) 3:144 Columbia * (Haque M, Scudamore CH, Stein- 10:532 HIV prevention strategy (pu) 7:366 brecher UP, et al.) 4:203 Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Program in BC: Lung transplantation in British Columbia: ASAFETY A good start with room for improvement breath of fresh air * (Wilson JM, Yee J, LevyOvarian cancer prevention: Practice changes (cdc) (Naus M, Ogilvie, G) 2:95 (pu) 10:532 RD) 4:211 Injuries in youth sport: An evidence-based Organ donation: Register today (pu) 5:269Resident work hours: Examining attitudes toward injury prevention warm-up (cohp) (Shearer work-hour limits in general surgery, ortho- The hope and promise of transplantation * C) 5:260 (Levy RD, Meloche M) 4:186 paedics, and internal medicine * (Green S, LACE campaign promotes Pap testing (pu) 5:269 Poole GD) 2:84 Member survey results (c) (de Couto J) 5:244 TRIALS See STUDIESThank you, Dr Benton: Rationale for using a New HPV study (pu) 3:133 TRIBUTES surgical checklist in British Columbia * (Coch- New study: Cholinestrase inhibitors (pu) (Dujela Connecting the dots: An interview with Dr Arun rane DB, Lamsdale AM) 5:254 Garg (gg) (Verma P, Verma P) 4:182 CE) 4:223Trouble in toyland: Potential source of lead (c) Don Rix remembered (gg) (King DJ) 2:72 New study: Valve-in-valve implants (pu) 5:269 (Wong HCG) 1:10 TUBERCULOSIS Numbers speak volumes (op) (Brodie B) 3:120SCREENING See MAMMOGRAPHY Ovarian cancer prevention: Practice changes Diagnosing children with TB (pu) 5:271SEDATION (pu) 10:532 Screening renal failure patients for tuberculosisGuidelines for sedating psychiatric patients Participants sought for landmark health study (cdc) (Johnston J, Elwood K) 8:413 flawed (pcp) (Dagg P) 1:20 (pu) 10:532 TULAREMIAGuidelines reflect philosophy of respect for Resident work hours: Examining attitudes Tularemia in British Columbia: A case report psychiatric patients (pcp) (Wheeler S) 1:21 toward work-hour limits in general surgery, and review * (Isaac-Renton M, Morshed M,SEIZURES orthopaedics, and internal medicine * (Green Galanis E, et al.) 6:303Anti-cholesterol drugs could help prevent S, Poole GD) 2:84 UNIVERSITY OF BC seizures (pu) 10:531 The physical and mental health practices of Lights, Camera, Surgery: Take 2 (md2b) (De-SHAKEN BABY physicians in British Columbia (Frank E, Girolamo K, Molavi I) 10:501New shaken baby program (pu) (Mammen A, Oberg E, Segura C, et al.) 7:349 UBC alumni awards (pu) 6:294 Barr RG) 1:39 Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: Demo- URINARY TRACT INFECTIONSSIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY graphic, temporal, societal, geographic, and Your irresistible personal portrait: A way toSFU speeds bacterial testing in rural India (pu) environmental factors * (Lord SE, Hameed reduce antibiotic resistance? (cdc) (Patrick 10:532 SM, Schuurman N, et al.) 3:136 DM, Maclure M, Mackie B, et al.) 9:465SMOKING—SMOKING CESSATION SURGERY VACATIONTraining the inner alligator (sf) (Bass F) 1:23 Guest editorial: Osteoarthritis of the hip and Lost and found (ed) (Chapman DB) 2:62 knee, Part 2: Surgical interventions * (MasriSPECIALIST SERVICES COMMITTEE VACCINE BA) 9:438New Specialist Services Committee initiatives Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Program in BC: I am supposedly a teacher (ed) (Verchere C) underway (pu) 3:133 A good start with room for improvement 5:242Programs for specialists are on the way (op) (cdc) (Naus M, Ogilvie, G) 2:95 Lights, Camera, Surgery: Take 2 (md2b) (Brodie B) 2:64 VANUATU (DeGirolamo K, Molavi I) 10:501SPORT—SPORT MEDICINE—INJURIES Lost in translation (md2b) (Malebranche AD) Mitufala dokta lanem planti long Vanuatu! (WeGold medal rant (ed) (Richardson DR) 1:4 1:11 two doctors learned a lot in Vanuatu!) (bp)Helmets reduce injuries by 85% (pu) 5:269 New BC-wide surgery booking system (pu) (Leduc E) 3:126Injuries in youth sport: An evidence-based 9:472 VENTRIBULAR ARRHYTHMIAS injury prevention warm-up (cohp) (Shearer New study: Valve-in-valve implants (pu) 5:269 The implantable cardioverter-defibrillator: From C) 5:260 Thank you, Dr Benton: Rationale for using a Mirowski to its current use * (Deyell MW,The 2010 Winter Olympic Games are inspira- surgical checklist in British Columbia * Tung S, Ignaszewski A) 5:248 tional (op) (Brodie B) 1:6 (Cochrane DD, Lamsdale AM) 5:254 VETERINARIAN—VETERINARYSTROKE The role of arthroscopy in the treatment of MEDICINEOnline stroke information (pu) 9:472 degenerative joint disease of the knee * Antibiotic use in our livestock (cohp) (MackieSigns of Stroke materials available for physi- (McCormack R) 9:439 B) 6:309 cians (pu) (Pinton S) 9:479 Total hip arthroplasty: Techniques and results * Re: Potential allergic drug reaction from resid-STUDIES—SURVEYS—TRIALS— (Burnett RSJ) 9:455 ual antibiotics present in livestock (c) (Wong QUESTIONNAIRES Total knee arthroplasty: Techniques and results HCG) 8:388Anti-cholesterol drugs could help prevent * (Williams DH, Garbuz DS, Masri BA) Why you should get to know your local veteri- seizures (pu) 10:531 9:447 narian (cdc) (Pollock SL, Stephen C) 1:15 www.bcmj.org VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL 527
  9. 9. subject index, v–w VOLUNTEERS BCMA Board officers and Mitufala dokta lanem planti long Vanuatu! delegates contact list (We two doctors learned a lot in Vanuatu!) (bp) (Leduc E) 3:126 President Ian Gillespie iangillespie@telus.net Volunteers needed—medical triage in Guat- emala (pu) 7:369 Past Brian Brodie brian@brodieb.ca WAIT LISTS President New BC-wide surgery booking system (pu) 9:472 President-Elect Nasir Jetha njetha@telus.net WEB SITES See also bcmj.org, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Chair of the General Family practice web site (pu) 3:133 Shelley Ross shelley.ross@usa.net Assembly WOMEN’S HEALTH MWIA conference (pu) 8:414 Honorary Secretary WORK—WORK HOURS William Cunningham wjcunningham60@gmail.com Treasurer Physician Health Program report on medi- cine and motherhood (pu) 4:224 Presidential musings: End-of-term reflec- Chair of the Board Alan Gow allangow@telus.net tions (op) (Brodie B) 5:243 Re: Resident work hours (c) (Tee M, Ko- District #1 William Cavers wcavers@shaw.ca zoriz K, Masterson M) 5:244 Resident work hours: Examining attitudes District #1 Robin Saunders rd.saunders@shaw.ca toward work-hour limits in general sur- gery, orthopaedics, and internal medicine District #1 Carole Williams dr_carole@shaw.ca * (Green S, Poole GD) 2:84 District #2 Robin Routledge routledge@shaw.ca WORKSAFEBC Asbestosis: A persistent nemesis (Youakim District #2 Michael Morris michaelmorris@shaw.ca S) 9:476 Determining fitness to work at safety-sensi- District #3 James Busser jbusser@interchange.ubc.ca tive jobs (Martin S) 1:48 Improving the way we work with you (Mont- District #3 Bradley Fritz bfritz@telus.net gomerie A) 5:265 District #3 Charles Webb charleswebb@telus.net Mild traumatic brain injury (Gross EL, Meloche G) 6:297 District #3 Duncan Etches detches@cw.bc.ca Physician’s resource 7:356 Re: Medical authorizations and reports (c) District #3 Lloyd Oppel lloyd_oppel@telus.net (Leduc E) 2:65 Research team explores new bone and ten- District #3 David Wilton davidwwilton@yahoo.com don-related treatments (Noertjojo K, Mar- tin C) 8:391 District #3 Mark Godley godley@nationalsurgery.com Special Care Services offers enhanced care District #4 Kevin McLeod kevin_mcleod@shaw.ca for BC’s most seriously injured workers (Leyen J, Meloche G) 4:217 District #4 Nigel Walton drnigelwalton@telus.net What’s new in the literature: Nonspecific neck pain (Rothfels P, Martin C, Noertjo- District #5 Bruce Horne brcehorn@telus.net jo K) 3:123 WorkSafeBC medical advisors are here to District #6 Todd Sorokan drsorokan@shaw.ca help (Dunn C) 2:100 District #7 Yusuf Bawa ybhb@aol.com District #7 Barry Turchen bturchen@hotmail.com District #8 Gordon Mackie gordon.mackie@neuromackie.com District #9 Jannie du Plessis jannie@telus.net District #10 Shirley Sze brightsky@telus.net District #11 Jean-Pierre Viljoen Drjpviljoen@gmail.com District #12 Charl Badenhorst charl.badenhorst@northernhealth.ca District #13 Mark Corbett markcorbett@telus.net District #13 Philip White drwhitemd@shaw.ca District #15 Trina Larsen Soles solars@xplornet.com District #16 Luay Dindo ldindo@telus.net District #16 Evelyn Shukin dreksinc@direct.ca528 BC MEDICAL JOURNAL VOL. 52 NO. 10, DECEMBER 2010 www.bcmj.org

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