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Ruling against junior doctors is no victory for the government, warns BMA

Ruling against junior doctors is no victory for the government, warns BMA

A High Court ruling against junior doctors who accused Jeremy Hunt of abusing his...

Which areas have the most GP practices rated outstanding by the CQC?

Which areas have the most GP practices rated outstanding by the CQC?

Find England's hotspots for outstanding general practice as GPonline identifies the...

GP recruitment 'woefully inadequate', warns BMA

GP recruitment 'woefully inadequate', warns BMA
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The government is 'simply not on course' to meet its target of recruiting an extra...

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Pulse oximetry in primary care

Pulse oximetry in primary care

The use of pulse oximetry in general practice and interpretation of results.

Clinical review of infective endocarditis: diagnosis and management

Clinical review of  infective endocarditis: diagnosis and management

The diagnosis and management of infective endocarditis, including investigations...

Paediatric medicine - Cerebral palsy

Paediatric medicine - Cerebral palsy
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Diagnosis and management of cerebral palsy, including recognising signs in infants...

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How a federation is helping its GPs develop leadership skills

How a federation is helping its GPs develop leadership skills

Recognising the need for strong GP leadership in the current climate, Suffolk GP...

GP Job of the Week: Lead GP, Care UK (Birmingham & Stoke-On-Trent)

GP Job of the Week: Lead GP, Care UK (Birmingham & Stoke-On-Trent)

Care UK is recruiting for a lead GP, to cover two of its practices in the Midlands....

Wellbeing for GPs: The importance of a good night's sleep

Wellbeing for GPs: The importance of a good night's sleep

Sleep performs a vital function in protecting our mental health, but what can you...

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Labour will fight STPs if they are a vehicle for cuts, warns Diane Abbott

Labour will fight STPs if they are a vehicle for cuts, warns Diane Abbott

The Labour party will fight sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) in areas...

GP dilemma: Should I prescribe generic or branded drugs?

GP dilemma: Should I prescribe generic or branded drugs?

I think I should prescribe the generic brand of a drug, even though my patient is...

Hasty rollout of online GP consultations could backfire, warns Diane Abbott

Hasty rollout of online GP consultations could backfire, warns Diane Abbott

Rolling out online access to GPs too quickly in a bid to cut costs risks undermining...

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What is GP Connect?

What is GP Connect?

GP Connect articles are provided and funded by a selection of GPonline's partners...

Over 300 practices sign up to new smartphone app to improve access

Over 300 practices sign up to new smartphone app to improve access

Over 300 practices are making use of a new smartphone app that was commissioned by...

How significant event analysis can support early cancer diagnosis

How significant event analysis can support early cancer diagnosis

Macmillan Cancer Support, the RCGP and NHS England have produced a toolkit to help...

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