2007 Author Index

Issue: BCMJ, vol. 49 , No. 10 , December 2007 , Pages 554-557 Index

INDEX TO BRITISH COLUMBIA  MEDICAL JOURNAL VOLUME 49: JANUARY–DECEMBER 2007

Index 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 Memoriam (im), Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (icbc), Library of the College of Physicians & Surgeons of British Columbia (lib), Medical student column (bcmd2b), Point•Counterpoint (pcp), Practice Pearls (pp), Premise (op), 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.

Albrecht J: Dr Reginald Robert Harper (im) 7:397

Allen M: The glory of sleep deprivation (c) 9:474

Allison G: CPRSP and CME entitlement (pu) 9:508

Andrade J: Exercise and the heart: A review of the early studies, in memory of Dr R.S. Paffenbarger* 10:540

Andrews G: Coronary computed tomogra­phic angiography in British Columbia: A review* 2:78

Anonymous: Physician, heal thyself (op) 1:14

Appleton G: My goals: Unity, relevance, and stability (op) 6:297; From 0 to 60 right out of the gate (op) 7:353; EMR program update (pu) 7:373; October musings (op) 8:422; The BCMA responds (c) 9:475; What the new Physician Master Agreement means to you (op) 9:476; Allocation: Looking for a better way (op) 10:533

Arkinstall WW: Failure in Canada’s medical system (c) 6:296

Arneja S: An approach to critical thinking for health care professionals (op) 10:547

Asante KO: Book review: Living with FASD—A Guide for Parents 1:32

Avery G: Important developments in the Subsidiary Agreement for Physicians in Rural Practice (gpsc) 8:426

Beck L: Where family medicine and law connect (op) 9:498

Benedet JL: David Allen: Physician, friend, and truly good guy (gg) 3:143; Drs Gowd, Henniger, and Royle: Three gold medal vintages from the Okanagan (bp) 5:286

Best ML: Early recognition of infant mental health concerns* 3:121

Bigham M: Protecting the blood supply from West Nile Virus—BC update, 2007 (pu) 7:370

Blank M: Posttraumatic stress disorder in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers* 3:133

Boulding R: Acute pediatric psychiatry (c) 5:231

Boulton B: Each of us was once a child (cohp) 8:449

Braid S: Pharmacare and insurance plans (pu) 2:85; New insurance certificates arriving soon (pu) 2:88; Pregnant BC physicians take note (pu) 3:148; Home insurance: know your limits (pu) 4:204; Mobile auto insurance road service (pu) 5:273; Fall insurance tour (pu) 6:328; HBTF, MOBP: What does it all mean? (pu) 6:328; Insurance Q&A—Coming to a city near you (pu) 7:372; Reduce your tax burden—Enroll in the BCMA Core-Plus Plan (pu) 7:372; Commercial office insurance—Know your limits! (pu) 9:505; Future insurance option (pu) 10:534; Wondering where your 2006 life insurance refund is? (pu) 10:534

Brasfield C: Traumatic pasts in Canadian Aboriginal people: Further support for a complex trauma conceptualization?* 6:320

Brookstone A: EMR web site (pu) 10: 536

Brown CY: Vitamins and history (c) 9:473

Bryce G: Dr Kenneth Cambon (im) 8:452

Buxton JA: The latest on hepatitis C infection in BC (cdc) 8:447

Cadario B: Controversies in drug safety (cdc) 3:112

Callaghan R: Trends in methamphetamine use in northern BC, 2001–2005* 7:382

Caron N: Fostering the growth of the Aboriginal physician population (cohp) 10:576

Chipperfield KM: Guidelines for frozen plasma transfusion* 6:311; Guidelines for cryoprecipitate transfusion* 8:441

Cimolai N: Sweet success? Honey as a topical wound dressing* 2:64

Clendenning L: We’re back (lib) 1:16; Information @ point of care (lib) 3:148; Putting Google in its place (lib) 5:277; PIER on PDA: Just another acronymic phrase? (lib) 7:352; Information for patients (lib) 9:508

Cohen IM: Traumatic pasts in Canadian Aboriginal people: Further support for a complex trauma conceptualization?* 6:320

Cook M: Dr Annette Elisabeth Hacking (im) 5:271

Cook V: Tuberculosis and TNF-a inhibitors—Dangerous liaisons? (cdc) 2:60

Copes R: Go green: 10 steps to an eco-friendly office (cohp) 9:501

Corrado R: Traumatic pasts in Canadian Aboriginal people: Further support for a complex trauma conceptualization?* 6:320

Corry E: Quick, effective tool for addressing smoking cessation (pu) 8:451

Craven N: ACR has value (c) 2:57

Culter JR: Re: Pharmacist prescribing (c) 5:228

Dalal BI: Go green: 10 steps to an eco-friendly office (cohp) 9:501

Daly P: Introduction to pandemic influenza* 5:240; Pandemic influenza and physician offices* 5:263

Davis H: Traumatic brain injury and iatrogenic morbidity* 9:495

Day B: Divided we stand, divided we fall (ed) 3:105; Book review: Vancouver General Hospital: 100 Years of Care and Service 3:144; Dr Hugh Standfield Miller (im) 4:207

Dehghani N: Choking prevention (pu) 9:504

Draper J: First BCMJ cruise conference goes swimmingly (bp) 3:162; Dr Geoff Appleton, BCMA President 2007–2008—Setting our house in order (op) 7:359; Old issues bog down meeting (op) 7:377

Droubatchevskaia N: Guidelines for frozen plasma transfusion* 6:311; Guidelines for cryoprecipitate transfusion* 8:441
Dufton JA: A comparison of diabetic complications and health care utilization in diabetic patients with and without comorbid depression* 8:436

Elwood RK: Tuberculosis and TNF-a inhibitors—Dangerous liaisons? (cdc) 2:60

Essak Z: Transparency and Board function (c) 9:474

Evans GM: Taking our water supply for granted (cohp) 2:62

Faulkner S: CME credits and reality (c) 6:296

Fehlau B: Honey: No longer last line? (c) 6:300

Fenster HN: Reported complications of tension-free vaginal tape procedures: A review* 9:490

Ferguson DJ: Guidelines for frozen plasma transfusion* 6:311; Guidelines for cryoprecipitate transfusion* 8:441

Fleming B: Factors influencing career choices made by medical students, residents, and practising physicians* 9:482

Fok MC: Work hours, sleep deprivation, and fatigue: A British Columbia snapshot* 7:387

Forster BB: Coronary computed tomographic angiography in British Columbia: A review* 2:78

Foster LT: New birth body length and head circumference charts for the British Columbia population* 2:72

Fraser GC: Led by the nose (bp) 1:46; Ring their necks (bp) 4:218; Having piles (bp) 9:522

Frohlich JJ: Lack of benefit in treating homocysteine levels with vitamins* 1:20

Galanis E: Cryptococcus gattii in BC: Update on an emerging disease (cdc) 7:374

Ganesan S: Academic and educational role of international medical graduate psychiatrists in British Columbia* 7:393

Garg A: The governance and representation dilemma (pu) 2:85

Germain S: Go green: 10 steps to an eco-friendly office (cohp) 9:501

Gilbert M: Recommended use of point-of-care HIV tests (cdc) 4:177

Gill A: ICBC—Auto insurance and more (icbc) 2:61; ICBC offers free access to the ODG web site (icbc) 10:552

Gillespie I: Pandemic preparedness exercise (pu) 3:146; Emergency planning and posttraumatic stress disorder (cohp) 7:376

Goresky G: Dr Michael Foster Smith (im) 10: 553

Graham D: Updates from WorkSafeBC (wsbc) 1:17, 3:111; Assessment and treatment services for injured workers with head injuries (wsbc) 2:96; WorkSafeBC’s approach to gradual-onset soft tissue disorders (wsbc) 4:176; Medical advisors—Your WorkSafe­BC resource (wsbc) 5:276; Hyperbaric chamber safety (wsbc) 6:305; Preventing occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens and other biohazardous materials (wsbc) 7:367; What’s Up, Doc?: WorkSafeBC/UBC 8th Annual Conference (wsbc) 8:448; Referrals for expedited consultations (wsbc) 9:479; Pop goes the elbow (wsbc) 10:550

Growe G: Protecting the blood supply from West Nile Virus—BC update, 2007 (pu) 7:370

Gustafson R: Introduction to pandemic influenza* 5:240; Pandemic influenza: Public health measures* 5:254

Haigh SE: BC: the land of substandard diabetes care? (ed) 2:56; TDF (trendy diagnosis fatigue) (ed) 9:471

Hasselback P: BC first to implement new Air Quality Health Index (cohp) 4:208

Heilbron B: Coronary computed tomographic angiography in British Columbia: A review* 2:78

Henderson B: Speaking of crime (c) 9:472; Financial discrimination (c) 10:534

Henderson C: Dr Ronald Douglas Ellis (im) 7:398

Hendry K: Private insurance is no answer (c) 7:356

Henry B: Prevention of bites is key to summer safety in BC (cdc) 6:303

Hoang L: Cryptococcus gattii in BC: Update on an emerging disease (cdc) 7:374

Hughes B: Work hours, sleep deprivation, and fatigue: A British Columbia snapshot* 7:387

Ignaszewski A: Lack of benefit in treating homocysteine levels with vitamins* 1:20; Exercise and the heart: A review of the early studies, in memory of Dr R.S. Paffenbarger* 10:540

Isserow S: Coronary computed tomographic angiography in British Columbia: A review* 2:78

Jones R: UK state pensions (c) 7:357

Kallstrom L: Practice support update from General Practice Services Committee (gpsc) 9:509

Kane B: Acute pediatric psychiatry (c) 5:231

Kavanagh-Gray D: Dr Kenneth Berry (im) 1:18

Kendall PRW: New birth body length and head circumference charts for the British Columbia population* 2:72; Pandemic influenza—A primer for physicians* 5:236; Introduction to pandemic influenza* 5:240; Dr John Blatherwick—An appreciation (gg) 10:578

Kierans WJ: New birth body length and head circumference charts for the British Columbia population* 2:72

Knell E: Book review: Facing Death, Embracing Life: Understanding What Dying People Want (pu) 6:327

Ko HH: Factors influencing career choices made by medical students, residents, and practising physicians* 9:482

Koehoorn M: A comparison of diabetic complications and health care utilization in diabetic patients with and without comorbid depression* 8:436

Kope T: Infant mental health, Part 1: Clinical concerns* 3:114; Attachment: Clinical perspectives* 3:116; Infant mental health, Part 2: Interventions for some clinical disorders* 4:180; Attachment disorders* 4:187

Krajden M: Pandemic influenza: Laboratory diagnosis* 5:245; The latest on hepatitis C infection in BC (cdc) 8:447

Krisman A: No skilled practitioners (c) 7:357

Lansky PS: Infant mental health, Part 1: Clinical concerns* 3:114; Toward comprehensive treatment for postpartum depressed mothers and their infants* 3:126; Infant mental health, Part 2: Interventions for some clinical disorders* 4:180; 

Lawson LM: Pharmacare: Please note mountain of evidence supporting LABAs (ed) 6:294; 

Lee L: The antenatal record has been revised (pu) 7:369

Lee R: Dr Michael Foster Smith (im) 10: 553

Lee TK: Factors influencing career choices made by medical students, residents, and practising physicians* 9:482

Lentz T: Trends in methamphetamine use in northern BC, 2001–2005* 7:382

Leung Y: Factors influencing career choices made by medical students, residents, and practising physicians* 9:482
Levin A: ACR has value (c) 2:57

Ley RG: Traumatic pasts in Canadian Aboriginal people: Further support for a complex trauma conceptualization?* 6:320

Li M: Cryptococcus gattii in BC: Update on an emerging disease (cdc) 7:374

Li WW: A comparison of diabetic complications and health care utilization in diabetic patients with and without comorbid depression* 8:436

Liston RM: New birth body length and head circumference charts for the British Columbia population* 2:72

Love M: Tools for addictions care: A community learning perspective (bcmd2b) 1:26

Lu J: Physicians and the health authorities: Key partners in an influenza pandemic* 5:258

Ludemann JP: Choking prevention (pu) 9:504

Lynskey J: Contesting the arbitration award (c) 5:229

Lyon T: Obesity coaching and support (pu) 1:33; Rural procedures manual (pu) 3:145;

Macartney HH: Re: Pharmacist prescribing (c) 5:228

MacDiarmid M: Mentors of the next generation of physicians (op) 1:11; You can’t keep a good doctor down (op) 2:59; 
Every day is a gift (op) 4:175; BCMA president reponds (c) 5:229; Leaving with mixed feelings (op) 5:232

MacDonald A: SMP gets new look (pu) 8:427

MacDonell K: We’re back (lib) 1:16; Information @ point of care (lib) 3:148; Putting Google in its place (lib) 5:277; PIER on PDA: Just another acronymic phrase? (lib) 7:352; Information for patients (lib) 9:508

MacDougall L: Cryptococcus gattii in BC: Update on an emerging disease (cdc) 7:374

MacKay L: Health cooperatives in BC: The unmet potential (bcmd2b) 3:139

Mackie B: 50 years and going strong (cohp) 5:275

Mackie C: Physicians and the health authorities: Key partners in an influenza pandemic* 5:258

Mackie O: Go green: 10 steps to an eco-friendly office (cohp) 9:501

Malthouse S: Our foe: The fixed idea (c) 7:358

Manning R: Trends in methamphetamine use in northern BC, 2001–2005* 7:382

Matsuba K: Trends in methamphetamine use in northern BC, 2001–2005* 7:382

Matthews M: Dr Simon Marinker (im) 5:270

Maxwell S: Pharmaceutical disposal (pu) 3:147

McCracken J: Guide to drive: Feedback please (pu) 10:536

McDonnell CE: Dr A.W. Mooney (im) 10:553

McDowell T: Alternative medicine debate (c) 9:473

McKenna M: Academic and educational role of international medical graduate psychiatrists in British Columbia* 7:393

Menzies N: Dr Cecile Nanette Menzies (im) 8:452

Merchant RN: Dr Allan & New West Surgical Journal Club (c) 6:300

Miller WC: Work hours, sleep deprivation, and fatigue: A British Columbia snapshot* 7:387

Mok H: Self-report of use of traditional Chinese medicine by patients attending a cross-cultural psychiatry outpatient clinic* 2:68

Morrant C: Dr James E. Miles (im) 1:18

Morshed M: Prevention of bites is key to summer safety in BC (cdc) 6:303

Myers MF: Book review: A Doctor’s Calling: A matter of conscience (pu) 9:504

Naus M: Seeking efficiencies in immunization programs in British Columbia (cdc) 9:478

Neill J: We’re back (lib) 1:16; Information @ point of care (lib) 3:148; Putting Google in its place (lib) 5:277; PIER on PDA: Just another acronymic phrase? (lib) 7:352; Information for patients (lib) 9:508

Nightingale P: Medical women mothers’ meeting (pu) 8:425

Oberlander T: Toward comprehensive treatment for postpartum depressed mothers and their infants* 3:126; 

Oetter HM: Homeless in Vancouver: The CAST trial (ed) 4:173; Book review: Romancing Opiates: Pharmacological Lies and the Addiction Bureaucracy (pu) 5:273; Book review: Law and Ethics in Biomedical Research (pu) 10:564; Book review: Current Practice Guidelines in Primary Care 2007 (pu) 10:564

Oppel L: Reality check needed for CME credits (cohp) 3:109; Dr Oppel replies (c) 6:298; New COHP committee to address addictions (cohp) 6:302; Dr Oppel responds (c) 7:364; Dr Barry Beyerstein (im) 10:554

Pasquet E; Dr Andre F. Pasquet (im) 7:398

Patrick D: Re: Fewer doses of conjugate pneumococcal vaccine for infants (pu) 1:36

Petric M: Pandemic influenza: Laboratory diagnosis* 5:245

Phillips B: Radon: the invisible risk (pu) 10:536

Phillips P: Cryptococcus gattii in BC: Update on an emerging disease (cdc) 7:374

Phillips S: Early recognition of infant mental health concerns* 3:121

Plaster F: Multiple myeloma support groups (pu) 7:371

Rae A: Heated rhetoric or Holy Grail? (c) 1:9

Rapoport D: Reported complications of tension-free vaginal tape procedures: A review* 9:490

Ray M: ICBC medical claims coverage (icbc) 1:12; ICBC—Auto insurance and more (icbc) 2:61; Managing patient privacy and legal obligations (icbc) 4:178; Clinical decision making—An evidence-based approach to managing ICBC claims (icbc) 5:234; To MRI or not to MRI? (icbc) 6:304

Rebbeck PM: Back to basics (ed) 10:530

Reebye P: Attachment: Clinical perspectives* 3:116; Attachment disorders* 4:187; Regulation disorders of sensory processing in infants and young children* 4:194; 

Rekart ML: Recommended use of point-of-care HIV tests (cdc) 4:177

Richardson DR: Book review: Bloodletting and Miraculous Cures 3:144; Dinosaurs (ed) 7:354; 

Rife B: New childhood immunization fee codes (pu) 4:202

Rippel D: Lack of benefit in treating homocysteine levels with vitamins* 1:20

Rix D: BCMA financial snapshot 2006 (pu) 7:380

Robinson J: WorkSafeBC’s approach to gradual-onset soft tissue disorders (wsbc) 4:176

Ross MA: From puritanism to McCarthyism (c) 6:301; Physicians and patients, then and now (op) 8:429

Rowe TC: Guilt-free CME (ed) 1:6; Priorities (ed) 8:421; Book review: Medication Safety in Pregnancy and Breastfeeding (pu) 10:564

Salvian AJ: Crime and punishment (ed) 5:227; Dr Salvian replies (c) 9:472

Shepherd R: Re: Pharmacist prescribing (c) 5:228

Skowronski D: Pandemic influenza—A primer for physicians* 5:236; Dr Peter Edward Hoogewerf (im) 5:270; 

Söchting I: Traumatic pasts in Canadian Aboriginal people: Further support for a complex trauma conceptualization?* 6:320

Soma R: Academic and educational role of international medical graduate psychiatrists in British Columbia* 7:393

Spencer D: Recommended use of point-of-care HIV tests (cdc) 4:177

Spring B: Vancouver Home Hospice Palliative Care (pu) 6:328

Stalker A: Regulation disorders of sensory processing in infants and young children* 4:194 

Steinberg C: Feeding disorders of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers* 4:183; Early childhood mental health service (pu) 6:328

Steinberg PI: The use of low-dose neuroleptics in the treatment of patients with severe personality disorder: An adjunct to psychotherapy* 6:306

Stiver HG: Use of vaccines and antiviral drugs in the next influenza pandemic* 5:249

Taylor TL: Trends in methamphetamine use in northern BC, 2001–2005* 7:382

Thommasen H: Bed-finding proposal (c) 2:58

Tonkin RS: The discipline of adolescent medicine in BC (op) 10:538

Townson A: Work hours, sleep deprivation, and fatigue: A British Columbia snapshot* 7:387

Tuk T: New birth body length and head circumference charts for the British Columbia population* 2:72

Turner J: Dr Allan & service to the profession (c) 6:301

Vance G: BCMA-government partnership benefits family physicians (pu) 7:368; Major BCMA survey coming in January (pu) 10:535; Advanced access key to better patient care, less stress for GPs and MOAs (gpsc) 10:551

Vavrik J: ICBC studies risky behaviors (icbc) 9:480

Victor C: Trends in methamphetamine use in northern BC, 2001–2005* 7:382

Vikis E: Factors influencing career choices made by medical students, residents, and practising physicians* 9:482

Vroom WR: Book review: Goldfrank’s Manual of Toxicologic Emergencies (pu) 8:425

Wadsworth LD: Guidelines for frozen plasma transfusion* 6:311; Guidelines for cryoprecipitate transfusion* 8:441

Waters S: Cryptococcus gattii in BC: Update on an emerging disease (cdc) 7:374

Webb J: Venlafaxine: Troubling toxicity in overdose (cdc) 1:10

Weir M: Successful conference (c) 3:108

White RF: Private insurance is no answer (c) 7:356

Whittington C: When hypotransferrinemia ob­scures the diagnosis of hereditary hemochromatosis: A case report* 1:24

Williams B: Speaking of crime (c) 9:472

Wilson JA: Dr Ballem and failed collegiality (ed) 1:4; Pharmacist prescribing: Good medicine? (ed) 2:52; Go team! (ed) 3:104; Sweating the really, really small stuff (ed) 4:170; What about Ralph? (ed) 5:226; Vitamin D, the new panacea (ed) 6:293; I think I need a doctor (ed) 7:350; Sermon from Saltspring (ed) 8:418; Put up a parking lot (ed) 9:469; Book review: The Methamphetamine Crisis: Strategies to save addicts, families, and communities (pu) 9:502; BCMA—tell them what you think (ed) 10:529

Wilson R: Exercise your influence (cohp) 1:15

Wilson T: More success with honey* 8:428

Wolochow MS: Re: Sweating the really, really small stuff (c) 7:366

Wong E: Recommended use of point-of-care HIV tests (cdc) 4:177

Wong HCG: Herbal medicine and psychiatric disorders (c) 5:230

Wong MP: Guidelines for frozen plasma transfusion* 6:311; Guidelines for cryoprecipitate transfusion* 8:441

Wright JE: Reported complications of tension-free vaginal tape procedures: A review* 9:490

Yeh J: Self-report of use of traditional Chinese medicine by patients attending a cross-cultural psychiatry outpatient clinic* 2:68

Yoshida EM: Factors influencing career choices made by medical students, residents, and practising physicians* 9:482

Youatt F: Agreement news update (pu) 1:34; 2:88; 3:147; 4:205; 5:272; 6:330

Zoffmann E: Dr Annette Elisabeth Hacking (im) 5:271

Zutter DL: Where family medicine and law connect (op) 9:498

. 2007 Author Index. BCMJ, Vol. 49, No. 10, December, 2007, Page(s) 554-557 - Index.



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