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Car review - An electric future with the Renault Zoe This nippy runaround boasts practical features and green credentials, writes Dr Tony Rimmer.

Car review - Skoda Octavia The Skoda Octavia demands serious consideration as a practice and a family car, writes Dr Tony Rimmer.

Car review - Kia cee'd Spacious and sprightly, the cee'd is a viable choice among the hatchback contenders, writes Dr Tony Rimmer.

Car review - Alfa Romeo Giulietta This enticing car lives up to Alfa Romeo's iconic marque, says Dr Tony Rimmer.

Car review - Audi A1 Sportback Dr Tony Rimmer believes there will be a great deal of GP interest in the Audi A1.

Car review - Volkswagen Golf Mark VII Dr Tony Rimmer test drives the latest version of the VW Golf, a family hatchback that has many loyal fans.

 

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GP interview - Dr Ellie Cannon: The media GP

GP interview - Dr Ellie Cannon: The media GP

28 February 2014

As a national press health expert, practising GP and mother of two, Dr Ellie Cannon has a burgeoning portfolio career, writes Susie Sell.

 
 
GP Interview - Dr Carol Cooper: The GP novelist

GP Interview - Dr Carol Cooper: The GP novelist

14 March 2014

Newspaper adviser and London GP Dr Carol Cooper has published her first novel.

 
 
Interview: The link between graphic fiction and medicine

Interview: The link between graphic fiction and medicine

31 January 2014

GP and graphic novelist Dr Ian Williams runs a website, Graphic Medicine, and will see his first graphic novel published this summer.

 
 
GP Interview - The English National Ballet doctor

GP Interview - The English National Ballet doctor

17 January 2014

Southampton GP Dr Chris James provides primary care to the English National Ballet.

 
 
Working as a prison doctor

Working as a prison doctor

03 January 2014

Doctors at HMP Wandsworth need good 'jail craft', writes resident GP Dr Emmanuel Baikie.

 
 
GP interview - Messing about on the river on a narrow boat

GP interview - Messing about on the river on a narrow boat

03 January 2014

For Merseyside GP Dr Ivan Camphor, narrowboating contrasts well with his busy working life.

 
 
GP interview - Dr Lambourn's mandolin, mandocello and bouzouki

GP interview - Dr Lambourn's mandolin, mandocello and bouzouki

06 December 2013

Dr Robert Lambourn plays in a ceilidh band and has appeared as a musician in a television adaptation of a Catherine Cookson novel.

 
 
Interview: The rugby-playing doctor

Interview: The rugby-playing doctor

22 November 2013

Rugby international Dr Jamie Roberts is a newly qualified doctor aspiring to become a GP.

 
 
GP Interview - Doctoring in Antarctica

GP Interview - Doctoring in Antarctica

13 September 2013

Edinburgh GP Dr Gavin Francis developed X-rays in a bath and learned to drive a bulldozer during 14 months working in Antarctica.

 
 
GP interview: Working with vulnerable children in Uganda

GP interview: Working with vulnerable children in Uganda

08 November 2013

Voluntary work in Africa led Dr Tom Heyes to begin a master's degree.

 
 
GP Interview - Providing medical care for pilgrims

GP Interview - Providing medical care for pilgrims

25 October 2013

As the Catholic Association's chief medical officer, GP Dr Nuala Mellows accompanies the annual pilgrimage to Lourdes.

 
 
GP interview - The GP dance master and bell-ringer

GP interview - The GP dance master and bell-ringer

11 October 2013

Dr Steve Ollerton performs in a Morris dancing side and is a national-standard bell-ringer.

 
 
GP interview - A GP with a special interest in sport

GP interview - A GP with a special interest in sport

27 September 2013

A passion for sport is integral to Dr Marwan Al-Dawoud's medical career and led to a role at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

 
 
GP interview - The GP footballer

GP interview - The GP footballer

16 August 2013

London GP Dr Jane Simpson explains her lifelong love of football and her hopes to combine a career in sport with being a GP.

 
 
 
 

GPs in the news

#WeekInReview - 17 April: Practices threatened with closure, get your arse to the doctors and #bowelcancer

#WeekInReview - 17 April: Practices threatened with closure, get your arse to the doctors and #bowelcancer

17 April 2014

A glance back over this week's primary care news, opinion, top tweets and best gaffes.

 
 
GPs' children's book tribute to life of their daughter

GPs' children's book tribute to life of their daughter

11 April 2014

A Tyne and Weir GP couple have written and illustrated a children's book after losing their four-year-old daughter Katie to cancer.

 
 
#WeekInReview - 10 April: Who will GPs vote for in 2015?, Burnham v Balls and #VLM14

#WeekInReview - 10 April: Who will GPs vote for in 2015?, Burnham v Balls and #VLM14

10 April 2014

A glance back over this week's primary care news, opinion, top tweets and best gaffes.

 
 
#WeekInReview: 3 April: Should the NHS charge?, #PutPatientsFirst and least funny April Fool

#WeekInReview: 3 April: Should the NHS charge?, #PutPatientsFirst and least funny April Fool

03 April 2014

A glance back over this week's primary care news, opinion, top tweets and best gaffes.

 
 
GP interview: My ski trek to the North Pole

GP interview: My ski trek to the North Pole

28 March 2014

Retired GP Professor Phil Heywood faces polar bears and intense cold on his charity expedition.

 
 
GP interview - The GP farmer

GP interview - The GP farmer

28 March 2014

Dr John Locke practises full-time as a GP and farms 300 acres in Scotland.

 
 
 





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