The issue will be available to download first on the afternoon of Friday 5 December on our award-winning app. Follow us on Twitter (@gponlinenews) to find out exactly when it's available.
The Daily Mail covered two exclusives from our last issue: Half of GPs denied access to cancer scans and Rise in patient numbers leaves GPs struggling. Our exclusive interview in our 8 December issue is with architects of the Save Our Surgeries (@SaveGPSurgeries #SaveOurSurgeries) campaign Dr Naomi Beer and practice manager Virginia Patania from the Jubilee Street practice (@Jubilee_Street) in Tower Hamlets, east London.
Subjects covered include pustular dermatosis; Red flags on breast lumps; Differential diagnoses on hand lesions; how to manage teenage patients by the Medical Protection Society (@MPSDoctors); diagnosis and management of rotator cuff tear; bone health in children and adolescents; how to get the best of eLearning by Dr Toni Hazell (@tonihazellgp) and a clinical review on alopecia.
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Meet Merseyside GP registrar Dr Rachel Duffield (pictured above) who makes Christmas decorations, formed her own craft business Sew Scentsational and raises money for charity. She says: 'It has been a great way to take my mind off medicine, and also to spend time with non-medical friends. It can also be really useful, when it comes to thinking of present ideas or decorating your own house.' Meet also Sheffield GP Dr Jenny Stephenson who compiled a history of her practice.
Note: This is the final paper edition of GP in 2014. However an iPad-only Christmas edition will be available on or around Friday 19 December.