Your GP magazine preview - 1 September #SaveOurSurgeries

Your next edition of GP magazine is available on 1 September and below we give you a taster of what you can expect to find there.

Why is Dr Boardman dressed as Captain America? Pic: Pukka Races
Why is Dr Boardman dressed as Captain America? Pic: Pukka Races

The issue will be able to download first on our award-winning iPad app on the afternoon of Friday 29 August.

#News

Keep up with the latest news from the Save Our Surgeries campaign plus read an exclusive interview to find out why the MPIG cuts made former health secretary Lord Owen's opposition to the coalition government's health reforms personal.

#Opinion

RCGP chairwoman Professor Maureen Baker (@MaureenRCGP) looks ahead to the party conferences, Dr Zara Aziz is briefly nostalgic for hospital work and Dr Liam Farrell (@drlfarrell) explains why doctors should strike back. 

#Education

Includes everything you need to know about the diagnosis and prevention of Ebola. Journals Watch is by Dr Raj Thakkar (@DrRajThakkar), the MDU (@the_MDU) has written a medico-legal piece about the role of GPs in identifying domestic abuse, the Red Flag article is on diarrhoea, the Clinical Review is about menopause and Differential diagnoses on psoriasis

#Life

Why is Berkshire GP Dr Chris Boardman dressed as Captain America (picture above)? Find out in the Life section of our 1 September issue.

#OurMostReadStories

1. Two practices to close due to recruitment problems

2. Practice dropped by NHS trust over £500,000 losses to be re-procured

3. GPs urged to test all asthma patients for allergies to reduce attacks

4. Ebola virus: expert analysis on diagnosis and prevention

5. Supporting general practice: a statement from the Labour party

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