Your GP iPad edition preview - 18 August #SaveOurSurgeries

Your next issue of GP is available on iPad only and below we give you a taster of what you can expect to find there.

Before and after. Dr Andrew Thomson lost  35 kg. Pic: Author own/BMA
Before and after. Dr Andrew Thomson lost 35 kg. Pic: Author own/BMA

Want to register for our award-winning iPad app edition? Our 18 August iPad-only edition is a streamlined version of our fortnightly edition and includes features from all our regular sections. 

#News

Read the latest from the Save Our Surgeries campaign in the week where it moved to Downing Street.

#Opinion

Our new regular columnist Bristol partner Dr Zara Aziz on the joy and heartache of technology. Read how Tayside GP Dr Andrew Thomson lost 35kg (78 lbs) and what he thinks about NHS England's chief executive Simon Stephens and his call for overweight staff to lose weight.

#Education

Regular features included in this edition include Journals Watch, the Big Picture and What's The Diagnosis.

#Life

How the World Medical Football Championships left British captain and Blackburn GP Dr Paul Fourie in a wheelchair.

#MostReadStoriesOfTheWeek

1. NHS pay freeze pouring fuel on fire in GP crisis, warns GPC

2. Patient data and GP workload fears as hundreds of blood tests stolen

3. Exclusive: CQC 50% short of target number of GP inspectors

4. Exclusive: GP anger over drug shortages

5. Retired practice manager to star in Great British Bake Off

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