GP interviews

Find out what your GP colleagues get up to in when not in their practice, whether working in unusual circumstances, travelling the world or dedicating time for charity.

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Working as a GP with vulnerable people

Working as a GP with vulnerable people

Dr Peter Gough explains his volunteer work with Doctors of the World UK's clinic in east London, which provides primary care to excluded people, including vulnerable migrants, sex workers and people with no fixed address.

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Working as a racecourse medical officer

Working as a racecourse medical officer

Dr Victoria McCandless, a GP in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, explains what is...

GP Life: Why I'm running this year's London Marathon

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Dr Kaiser Munir explains why he's running his first London Marathon for Action on...

GP Life: The Ju Jitsu GP

GP Life: The Ju Jitsu GP

Dr Elliott Singer, a GP in east London, explains why he practises Ju Jitsu and how...

GP Life: The GP who runs ultra-marathons

GP Life: The GP who runs ultra-marathons

Dr Daniel Hendriksen explains why he runs ultra-marathons and how manages to run...

GP Life: A doctor who is combining art and medicine

GP Life: A doctor who is combining art and medicine

Dr Katy Shorttle, a GP trainee in Cambridge, is also studying for an MA in illustration...

GP Life: The GP who keeps sheep

GP Life: The GP who keeps sheep

Dr Martin Nicholas a GP in Cheltenham keeps a flock of sheep on his family's former...

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