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Understanding how eye conditions affect patients' sight

Understanding how eye conditions affect patients' sight

A new online tool, produced by contact lens and glasses retailer Vision Direct, can...

Obesity - the single biggest preventable cause of cancer after smoking

Obesity - the single biggest preventable cause of cancer after smoking

Most people are unaware that obesity is the second biggest preventable cause of cancer....

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...

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Preparing for appraisal as a GP locum
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Preparing for appraisal as a GP locum

Dr Anna Cumisky provides an overview of the things to consider when preparing for...

MRCGP: CSA practice case - Low mood in a menopausal patient

MRCGP: CSA practice case - Low mood in a menopausal patient

For use individually or in a study group with someone playing the doctor, patient...

GP training: 5 common prescribing pitfalls and how to avoid them

GP training: 5 common prescribing pitfalls and how to avoid them

MDU medico-legal adviser Dr Beverley Ward highlights the five most common prescribing...

Fever in adults - red flag symptoms
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Fever in adults - red flag symptoms

Fever in adults can have potentially serious causes, ranging from sepsis to malignancy....

Clinical review of back pain: diagnosis and management

Clinical review of back pain: diagnosis and management

Diagnosis and management of low back pain, including classification of low back pain,...

Vascular conditions: differential diagnosis
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Vascular conditions: differential diagnosis

Differential diagnoses of conditions including strawberry naevus, spider naevus,...

Urinary incontinence in women: clinical review

Urinary incontinence in women: clinical review

Assessment and management of women with urinary incontinence, including include transient...

Setting your terms and conditions as a GP locum

Setting your terms and conditions as a GP locum

To get the most out of being a GP locum it is important that you set your personal...

Reflecting on significant events during GP training

Reflecting on significant events during GP training

Significant event analysis should form part of your learning log during GP training....

Acne vulgaris: clinical review

Acne vulgaris: clinical review

Prompt diagnosis and initiation of treatment are an important part of successful...

Red flag symptoms: Diarrhoea, investigations and when to refer

Red flag symptoms: Diarrhoea, investigations and when to refer

Treatment depends on the patient's age and the timeline of events.

What GPs can learn from patient complaints

What GPs can learn from patient complaints

A recent survey by Medical Protection found that most GPs believe patient complaints...

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