GP magazine 23 March 2015

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News

Jeremy Hunt to lead seven-day GP revolution after Tory election win

Jeremy Hunt to lead seven-day GP revolution after Tory election win
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General practice will be transformed into a seven-day service as part of Jeremy Hunt's promised NHS 'revolution' after the Conservative party secured a shock majority in the UK general election.

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Exclusive: Most GPs rate the CQC 'inadequate' or 'requires improvement'

Two thirds of GPs whose practices have been inspected by the CQC rate the watchdog...

Emergency GP takeover by hospital foundation trust could become permanent

A hospital foundation trust that took emergency control of a group of practices in...

CCG 'career start' scheme employs salaried GPs to ease workforce crisis

A CCG will hire and pay for 10 salaried GPs for two years in a scheme to tackle local...

Exclusive: NHS IT 'too fragmented' to cope with integrated care

Healthcare IT systems are currently too isolated for new models of care to succeed,...

Viewpoint: Current challenges in antibiotic prescribing

Opposing tensions and priorities in antibiotic prescribing can leave prescribers...

Opinion

Liam Farrell: The adventures of a little black bag

Liam Farrell: The adventures of a little black bag

My little black bag, my faithful companion for more than 20 years. Black fading to a dignified grey, the bouquet of old leather, a thousand memories.

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Zara Aziz: Selling chlamydia testing kits in school

Over the weeks and months of electioneering, we have heard little in the way of promises...

Editorial: Welcome to the new look GP magazine

We hope you are enjoying your latest edition of GP magazine and we would like to...

Education

Red flag symptoms: Tremor

Red flag symptoms: Tremor

Symptoms of tremor may be physiological or pathological and can display varying degrees of severity, writes Dr Suneeta Kochhar.

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Education

Clinical Review: Obsessive compulsive disorder in children

Obsessive-compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder

Viewpoint: Current challenges in antibiotic prescribing

Opposing tensions and priorities in antibiotic prescribing can leave prescribers...

Journals watch: Young people and contraception

Too busy to read the journals? Dr Gwen Lewis selects the latest papers of interest...

Differential diagnoses: Facial rashes

Dr Nigel Stollery outlines the key clues to differentiate between these facial presentations.

GP Life

Competition: Win £500 of John Lewis vouchers

Competition: Win £500 of John Lewis vouchers

Enter our competition and you could win John Lewis vouchers worth £500

Dr David Coleman Interview: The GP music editor

Olivia Blair spoke to Dr David Coleman, founder of an independent online magazine.

Inspiring the next generation of GPs: Dr Donna Tooth interview

It could take five years to persuade half of trainee doctors to choose careers in...

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