GP magazine 23 March 2015

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News

Q&A: NHS chief executive Simon Stevens on contractor status, MPIG and salaried GPs

Q&A: NHS chief executive Simon Stevens on contractor status, MPIG and salaried GPs

In an exclusive interview with GPonline, NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens set out his stance on key issues for GPs - independent contractor status, salaried GPs, care models and MPIG.

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Simon Stevens interview: why new care models are not an NHS reorganisation

In an exclusive interview with GPonline, NHS chief executive Simon Stevens speaks...

Three more practices rated 'outstanding' as 100 CQC reports released

Three more practices have been rated 'outstanding' by the CQC, as almost 100 ratings...

Exclusive: Hospitals won't stop primary care investment, says Stevens

The NHS England chief executive has indicated he is determined to shift funding into...

How will personal health budgets affect GPs?

With 5m patients likely to hold personal health budgets from 2018, David Millett...

Opinion

Liam Farrell: The unique beauty of the drug rep

Liam Farrell: The unique beauty of the drug rep

Farrell's First Law states that in any photograph of any medical meeting, the good-looking ones are always the drug reps.

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Zara Aziz: Why politicians ought to shadow GPs

The problem with the NHS is that we only look at things through our own binoculars....

Editorial - Now the clock is ticking for the QOF

As far back as 18 months ago, GP was urging contract negotiators to explore what...

Dr Maureen Baker: We need investment and many more GPs

Waiting times for a GP appointment are now the topic of national debate - and will...

Education

Red flag symptoms: Headaches in children

Red flag symptoms: Headaches in children

Know when urgent admission is needed and how to take a thorough history.

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Education

Clinical Review: Cervical cancer

Cervical cancer is the most common gynaecological cancer worldwide, with a significant...

Journals watch: HPV vaccination status and resistant bacteria in the gut

Too busy to read all of the journals? Dr Sally Hope selects the latest papers of...

Differential diagnoses: Vascular conditions

Dr Nigel Stollery compares the presentation and management of four vascular conditions.

Medico-legal: The new drug-driving law

The MDU's Dr Nicola Lennard offers tips to understand the law and advice patients...

Referral and management of renal colic

Clinical assessment will guide the choice from a range of therapeutic options and...

GP Life

Win an iPad Air: gadget of the year

Win an iPad Air: gadget of the year

Enter our competition and you could win an iPad Air, a must-have gadget.

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Dr Andrea Loader interview: The community GP

Gloucester GP Dr Andrea Loader helped to set up a community coffee shop.

Dr Jonathan Sheldon: The GP violinist

Playing music as a hobby is a blessing, writes north-west London GP.

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Pain Resource Centre

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Otitis Externa Toolkit

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