1. Millares Martin, P. Reducing medication errors still needs a health informatics solution in clinical practice. Health Technol. (2022).
  2. Millares Martin, P. Calls from the NHS should not have the number withheld. BMJ 2022;376:O332 doi:
  3. Millares Martin, P. The NHS: time to change and rebuild with 21st century tools. BMJ 2021;375:n3024
  4. Millares Martin, P; Bobet-Reyes, R M.  Screening for Heart Failure in Diabetes: A Way to Reduce Its Prevalence? A Proof of Concept of a Risk Assessment Tool. EMJ Diabet, 2021; 9(1):80-83.
  5. Millares Martin, P. NHS blood tube shortage reminds us of our waste.  BMJ 2021;375:n2401
  6. Millares Martin, P. The Problem with the “Problem List” Name. J Med Syst 45, 93 (2021).
  7. Millares Martin, P.  Is it time for other practitioners to certify death? Journal of forensic and legal medicine, 2021; 82. 10.1016/j.jflm.2021.102211
  8. Millares Martin, P.  Electronic palliative care coordination system (EPaCCS) in practice: A useful tool? BMJ Support Palliat Care 2021; 11:146-148.
  9. Millares Martin, P. Quicker to run the test than to correct the errors found. BMJ Health & Care Informatics, eLetter. 2021
  10. Millares Martin, P.  General Practice Services in England During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond: Patient Access and Barriers. EMJ Innov. 2021; 5[1]: 70-77.
  11. Millares Martin, P. Non‐systematic review: Correspondence quality and interoperability between family physicians and hospital clinicians. International Journal of Clinical Practice, 2021; 75(5): e13984. DOI
  12. Millares Martin, P. Law changes facilitate telemedicine. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2020.
  13. Millares Martin, P. Consultation analysis: use of free text versus coded text. Health Technol, 2021; 11(2), 349-357. DOI:
  14. Millares Martin, P. A good death is much more than anticipatory drugs. British Journal of General Practice, 2020; 70 (701): 581-582.  DOI:
  15. Millares Martin, P. Medical certificate of cause of death: Looking for an European single standard. Journal of forensic and legal medicine, 2020; 75.
  16. Millares Martin, P. Initial Anticoagulant Management of Deep Vein Thrombosis/Venous Thromboembolism in Primary Care: Review of Current Approaches. EMJ Hematol; 2020; 8[1]:93-99.
  17. Millares Martin, P. The Inadequacy of Coding Nomenclature to Represent the Timeline of a Disease (Like Diabetes).  Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, 2020; 14(5) 978–979
  18. Millares Martin, P. Pandemic preparedness starts in properly coded electronic health records. BJGP, 2020; 70 (695): 278-279.
  19. Millares Martin, P. Medicine, so far from an exact science. BMJ, 2020; 368.m1188.
  20. Millares Martin, P. Death certification in England must evolve (Considering current technology). Journal of forensic and legal medicine, 2020; 69.
  21. Millares Martin, P; Sbaffi, L. Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Problem Lists in Leeds UK. Variability of General Practitioners’ views. Health Informatics Journal, 2020; 26 (3), 1841–1865.
  22. Millares Martin, P. High dose statins on the high street: possible drug interactions. BMJ, 2019; 367:l5924
  23. Millares Martin, P. Large retrospective analysis on frailty assessment in primary care: electronic Frailty Index versus frailty coding. BMJ Health Care Inform; 2019; 26
  24. Millares Martin, P. Coroner inquest into “hospital non-attendance” management in Primary Care. Br J Gen Pract; 2019; 69 (681): 195.
  25. Millares Martin, P. Dealing with Misquotations Constructively. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 2019; 14(1), 45-55.
  26. Millares Martin, P. Electronic medical records: Lengthy, inaccurate, and meaningless. BMJ. 2018;
  27. Millares Martin, P. Can we trust Electronic health records? The Smoking Test for Commission Errors. Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics, 2018; 25(2), 105.
  28. Ziegler, L E; Craigs, C L; West, R M; Carder, P; Hurlow, A; Millares-Martin, P; Hall, G; Bennett, M I. Is palliative care support associated with better quality end-of-life care indicators for patients with advanced cancer? A retrospective cohort study. BMJ Open, 2018;8(1).
  29. Millares Martin, P. Electronic palliative care coordination system (EPaCCS): Interoperability is a problem. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 2017; 8(3), 358-359.
  30. Millares Martin, P. Digital innovation is needed to deal with complexity of current medicine. BMJ, 2017.
  31. Bobet Reyes, R M; Millares Martin, P. Sharing ACP from general practice. BJGP, 2017.
  32. Millares Martin, P. New Year, New Challenges for Community Acquired Pneumonia. Archivos De Bronconeumología, 2017; 53(8), 469-470.
  33. Allsop, M J; Kite, S; Mcdermott, S; Penn, N; Millares-Martin, P; Bennett, M I. Electronic palliative care coordination systems: Devising and testing a methodology for evaluating documentation. Palliative Medicine, 2016; 31(5), 475-482.
  34. Millares Martin, P. The computer is still in training. BMJ, 2016; I6186.
  35. Millares Martin, P. Quality and Outcomes Framework indicators should not be used without proper clinical evidence. BMJ, 2014; 348(Apr03 1).
  36. Millares Martin, P. Eugenics debate. What is immoral about the eugenics article? BMJ, 2000; 320 (7238), 873.
  37. Millares Martin, P; Ross, S;  Kirollos, R. Value of early postoperative plain radiography following BOP fusion in cervical spinal surgery. British Journal of Neurosurgery, 1997; 11(4), 344-346.
  38. Millares Martin, P; Bobet-Reyes, R M; Marks, P. The A1 syndrome: A clinical entity? British Journal of Neurosurgery, 1996; 10(6), 599-602.