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Over 300 practices sign up to new smartphone app to improve access

Over 300 practices sign up to new smartphone app to improve access

Over 300 practices are making use of a new smartphone app that was commissioned by...

How significant event analysis can support early cancer diagnosis

How significant event analysis can support early cancer diagnosis

Macmillan Cancer Support, the RCGP and NHS England have produced a toolkit to help...

Tips to help GPs implement NICE cancer referral guidance

Tips to help GPs implement NICE cancer referral guidance

NICE's guidance for recognition and referral of suspected cancer contains over 200...

How our practice delivered a successful flu campaign

How our practice delivered a successful flu campaign
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A simple flu recall letter and a streamlined admin process helped a practice in Surrey...

Practice cuts A&E attendance and improves patient health through clinical health coaching

Practice cuts A&E attendance and improves patient health through clinical health coaching

A GP practice in Leicester has cut A&E and out-of-hours attendances and significantly...

New smartphone app aims to improve access to GP services

New smartphone app aims to improve access to GP services

A new smartphone app, which was commissioned by NHS England, could help GP practices...

Using dermoscopy to diagnose skin lesions

Using dermoscopy to diagnose skin lesions
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NICE guidance recommends that GPs seeing skin lesions regularly should be trained...

Viewpoint: Is the functional medicine model the future of general practice?

Viewpoint: Is the functional medicine model the future of general practice?
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Dr Rangan Chatterjee explains how he became interested in functional medicine and...

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Pulse oximetry in primary care

Pulse oximetry in primary care

The use of pulse oximetry in general practice and interpretation of results.

Clinical review of infective endocarditis: diagnosis and management

Clinical review of  infective endocarditis: diagnosis and management

The diagnosis and management of infective endocarditis, including investigations...

Paediatric medicine - Cerebral palsy

Paediatric medicine - Cerebral palsy
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Diagnosis and management of cerebral palsy, including recognising signs in infants...

GP dilemma: Should I prescribe generic or branded drugs?

GP dilemma: Should I prescribe generic or branded drugs?

I think I should prescribe the generic brand of a drug, even though my patient is...

Taking the applied knowledge test

Taking the applied knowledge test

The topics covered by the AKT and advice on how to prepare for the exam. By Dr Prashini...

Appraising a case-based discussion

Appraising a case-based discussion

Case-based discussions are an important part of a GP registrar's workplace-based...

Epilepsies in infants and children

Epilepsies in infants and children

An overview of epilepsies in infants and children, including the clinical features...

Aortic valve disease: clinical review

Aortic valve disease: clinical review

Clinical features of aortic valve disease, secondary care options and the latest...

Prescribing for transgender patients under new GMC guidance

Prescribing for transgender patients under new GMC guidance
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The GMC's 'Advice for doctors treating transgender patients' suggests GPs should...

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring

The benefits of in-house ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM), including the...

Night sweats - red flag symptoms

Night sweats - red flag symptoms
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Possible causes of night sweats, including questions to ask during consultations...

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