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The benefits of GP training in Wales
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The benefits of GP training in Wales

As the junior doctor application window re-opens on Tuesday 28 February, a survey...

GP training in Wales offers exciting opportunities
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GP training in Wales offers exciting opportunities

NHS Wales has recently launched a major new recruitment drive to attract more GPs...

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...

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Weight faltering and failure to thrive

Weight faltering and failure to thrive

Advice on helping parents to manage feeding difficulties, excluding medical problems...

Managing patients with gout
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Managing patients with gout

Management of gout, covering acute attacks, long-term management strategies, risk...

Career development: Becoming a GP trainer

Career development: Becoming a GP trainer

Being a GP trainer is extremely rewarding, says Dr Pipin Singh, who explains how...

Writing up clinical examination and procedural skills (CEPS) in learning logs

Writing up clinical examination and procedural skills (CEPS) in learning logs

Workplace-based assessment: Advice on how to present CEPS in your learning log and...

Loss of appetite - red flag symptoms
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Loss of appetite - red flag symptoms

Red flags in patients with loss of appetite, possible causes and further investigations...

Hyperprolactinaemia: diagnosis and management

Hyperprolactinaemia: diagnosis and management

Raised prolactin levels and their management, including clinical presentations, recent...

MRCGP: CSA practice case - Patient smells of alcohol

MRCGP: CSA practice case - Patient smells of alcohol

To be used individually or in a study group with someone playing the doctor, patient...

Acute erythematous rashes in children

Acute erythematous rashes in children

Infectious causes of erythematous rashes in children and important differential diagnoses.

Red flag symptoms: Breathlessness, investigations and when to refer

Red flag symptoms: Breathlessness, investigations and when to refer

Red flags to be aware of in patients presenting with breathlessness, possible causes...

Bone pain - red flag symptoms

Bone pain - red flag symptoms

How to identify red flags in patients presenting with bone pain, including conducting...

Multiple sclerosis: clinical review
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Multiple sclerosis: clinical review

This article, updated by Dr Wallace Brownlee, discusses how to make a diagnosis of...

The audio clinical observation tool (COT) in GP training

The audio clinical observation tool (COT) in GP training

Dr Prashini Naidoo explains why the audio COT forms part of a GP trainee's workplace...

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