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Life as a reserve medical officer in the RAF

Life as a reserve medical officer in the RAF

GP and Squadron Leader Alex Norman has served in the RAF as a reserve medical officer...

Spotting and referring oral cancer early

Spotting and referring oral cancer early

November is Mouth Cancer Action Month, which is now the 14th most common cancer in...

Smartphone app aims to help practices boost flu vaccination levels

Smartphone app aims to help practices boost flu vaccination levels

A new smartphone app could help practices increase uptake of flu vaccination this...

Viewpoint: Why we need joined-up thinking in diabetes care

Viewpoint: Why we need joined-up thinking in diabetes care

Dr Ralph Abraham explains how the new identity for London Medical's diabetes practice...

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
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How our practice delivered a successful flu campaign

A simple flu recall letter and a streamlined admin process helped a practice in Surrey...

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Starting out as a GP locum

Starting out as a GP locum

Becoming a locum can be daunting, but there are some practical steps GPs can take...

Atopic eczema: clinical review

Atopic eczema: clinical review

The causes of atopic eczema and advice on managing the condition, including diagnostic...

Bacterial infection: illustrated

Bacterial infection: illustrated

Presentations of infections including an infected sebaceous cyst, tonsillitis, a...

Developing reflective writing skills - part two

Developing reflective writing skills - part two

In the second of two articles on how to write a reflective account Dr Prashini Naidoo...

Developing reflective writing skills - part one
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Developing reflective writing skills - part one

In the first of two articles on how to write a reflective account, a typical reflective...

Skin changes and complaints in pregnancy

Skin changes and complaints in pregnancy

Diagnosis and management of the main skin conditions affecting pregnant women.

Food allergy in infants, NSAIDs and Bell's palsy: journals update November 2016

Food allergy in infants, NSAIDs and Bell's palsy: journals update November 2016

Recent research of interest to GPs.

Dealing with your first death as a GP

Dealing with your first death as a GP

Handling the death of a patient as a GP can be a very different experience to dealing...

Influenza: clinical review
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Influenza: clinical review

The clinical features of influenza, the risk groups for serious illness, plus advice...

Steroid-induced hyperglycaemia

Steroid-induced hyperglycaemia

The risk of steroid-induced hyperglycaemia in patients with or without diabetes,...

Why GP locums should join a chambers

Why GP locums should join a chambers

There are many benefits to being part of a chambers if you are a locum GP, but what...

Dermatology: five pictorial cases and outcomes

Dermatology: five pictorial cases and outcomes

Five illustrated cases of skin conditions, including pityriasis/tinea amiantacea,...

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