Editorial: Welcome to the new look GP magazine

We hope you are enjoying your latest edition of GP magazine and we would like to know what you think about the new style in our news and opinion sections.

Earlier this year, we asked you what you wanted in print from GP and you answered - backing a more compact style, showcasing the best we have to offer in a way that means we are more to the point in print than ever before.

If you've seen the i newspaper, you will recognise the inspiration behind the way that our page layout has changed in these sections.

We know the demands on your time are growing ever more pressing and perhaps that's why you told us you were happy to transfer from our magazine to our website, GPonline, if you wanted to see more detail on the news and opinion found here.

We are also currently looking at how we can tailor our GP Education content for you.

You can continue to let us know what you think by entering our competition (page 40) and answering the questions at gponline.com/gp-life

For full access to all of the content we offer free online, why not register with us? Go to gponline.com/about and choose 'Register now' for exclusive daily news, access to our free iPad edition, more than 20,000 articles, a personal CPD organiser, an archive of GP magazine and our specialist email bulletins.

Highlights of this issue include a look at the agenda of the UK LMCs conference, taking place in London on 21-22 May (page 22) and discussion of what the general election result means for GPs.

On page 21, we interview Dr Donna Tooth, new chairwoman of the GPC GP trainees subcommittee. Our GP Education section includes a Clinical Review on OCD in children and young people (pages 33-35), while our GP Life section features music website editor Dr David Coleman (page 39). So what do you think of our new look GP?

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