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[Correspondence] Post-publication peer review and evidence appraisals in primary care

Although the traditional picture of a general practitioner (GP) could omit the contribution of scholarship decades ago,1 there has been a rising need to build research capacity and make it an integral component of the physician’s competencies,2 and to provide crucial frontline feedback as part of the “learning healthcare system”.3 The insights of GPs are pivotal to research, notably for determining the applicability of findings and interventions in clinical settings, identifying future research needs, and closing the feedback loop from evidence generation to application and generalisation.