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Exclusive: Three quarters of GPs back HPV jabs for boys

Exclusive: Three quarters of GPs back HPV jabs for boys

Three out of four GPs believe the HPV vaccination programme should be extended to...

One in three GPs say trainees should have more than four CSA attempts

One in three GPs say trainees should have more than four CSA attempts

Almost a third of GPs believe that the four-attempt limit trainees are allowed at...

Map: How have GP practices across England fared in CQC inspections?

Map: How have GP practices across England fared in CQC inspections?
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CQC inspections have found that the vast majority of practices in England are providing...

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Practice dilemma: Bruises on a teenage girl

Practice dilemma: Bruises on a teenage girl

A young patient refuses to discuss suspicious bruising. What should you do?

Clinical Review: Transient ischaemic attack

Clinical Review: Transient ischaemic attack

The WHO definition of TIA is based on a clinical diagnosis with focal neurological...

Symptom management: Managing chronic pruritus

Symptom management: Managing chronic pruritus

Dr Jessica Garner discusses causes and management options for this common symptom.

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Being a GP with a special interest

Being a GP with a special interest

A special interest is good for your personal development, and there are lots of opportunities,...

Paramedics and medical assistants can ease GP workload, finds workforce commission

Paramedics and medical assistants can ease GP workload, finds workforce commission
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Paramedics could 'substitute for GPs' in some cases, while use of pharmacists and...

Growing numbers of GPs could be employed by community health providers

Growing numbers of GPs could be employed by community health providers

More community health service providers could employ GPs and take on greater leadership...

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Dr Anne Pauleau interview: The GP gardener

Dr Anne Pauleau interview: The GP gardener

East London GP Dr Anne Pauleau opens her garden to the public and calls it a 'natural...

Dr Stephen Adams interview: The GP photographer

Dr Stephen Adams interview: The GP photographer

Dr Stephen Adams takes photographs of wildlife in Africa

Top five most unusual GP hobbies in GP Life

Top five most unusual GP hobbies in GP Life

Work as a GP is increasingly tough and GPs can find much-needed relief from practice...

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Otitis Externa Toolkit

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