The iPad Edition of GP Magazine

The iPad edition of GP magazine brings you all the content from the fortnightly print edition, plus extra features and interactivity. The highlights include in-depth news and analysis, a comprehensive medical education section and a GP Life section offering inspiration, reviews and competitions.

Download the app from the app store

Key interactive features

  Search all editions of GP magazine in your iPad library.
  Write and save notes in folders, and email to yourself or colleagues.
  Bookmark your favourite pages and save in folders.
  Share articles via Twitter, Facebook and email.
  See the latest news and GP jobs direct from GPonline.com.

News

A comprehensive round-up of everything important to UK general practice from the previous two weeks. 

More in-depth analysis of what the latest developments mean to GPs, their patients, and their practices.

Exclusive investigations of the issues that matter to GPs, and set-piece interviews with the most influential decision-makers in UK healthcare.

Clear signposting of the big stories and key debates developing at GPonline.com.

Plus all the latest people news from around the GP community.

Opinion

  Your favourite columnists in every issue, including Liam and Mary, plus expert opinion from guest authors and the senior staff at GP.
   Your letters, emails and comments, continue to provide regular lively debate.
   And the ever-popular Plain Tales from the Surgery will keep you entertained with funny stories from the consulting room.

Education

 Our education section continues to deliver the essential clinical guidance that you expect from GP, plus guaranteed CPD credits and ways to earn extra impact points.
  And there are regular case studies, clinical images, and practical refresher articles, direct from the frontline of general practice.

Clinical Review

 The in-depth Clinical Review section takes a comprehensive look at every aspect of a common condition.
  We cover epidemiology and aetiology, diagnosis, managing the condition, prognosis and case study, as well the evidence base behind treatment.

Practice Briefing

This GP business section delivers bite-size updates on the key practice management and finance issues, professional fees, and the CCG agenda, all linked to our specialist website at www.medeconomics.co.uk.

GP Life

Our GP lifestyle section aims to combat the growing stresses of general practice by helping GPs to maintain their work/life balance. Every issue will show how GPs are making the most of their time outside surgery hours, plus travel, culture and product reviews, and regular competitions.

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