#WeekInReview - 14 November: Meet a Welsh rugby international and aspiring GP, #Keogh & #Movember

A glance back over this week's primary care news, opinion, top tweets and best gaffes.

Meet Welsh rugby international and aspiring GP Dr Jamie Roberts
Meet Welsh rugby international and aspiring GP Dr Jamie Roberts

#News

 

The latest edition of your all-new, fortnightly GP was out Monday and included results of our investigation into the roll-out of telehealth, a clinical review of cardiomyopathy and the story of Dr Tom Heyes' voluntary work in central Africa.


Look out for a GP Life feature about aspiring GP and Welsh rugby international Dr Jamie Roberts (see image) (@jamiehuwroberts) in our next edition dated 25 November.

 

#OurMostReadStories

 

1. Scrap walk-in centres and boost GP funding, urges GPC

2. Keogh review puts GPs at heart of urgent care reform

3. Patients can record GP visits without consent, solicitors warn

4. Practices ordered to drop 084 numbers despite heavy cost

5. Exclusive: QOF income set to fall 15%

 

 

#OurBestReadBlog

 

Monitor (@MonitorUpdate) has got its sums wrong on primary care access by Dr Custodes.

 

   
#Twitter

 

Should walk-in centres remain open or be closed?

 

 

 

 


 

 

It's a fond #WeekInReview farewell to RCGP chairwoman Professor Clare Gerada (@clarercgp) who hands the baton to Dr Maureen Baker (@MaureenZK60) tomorrow:

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 




Any #TipsForNewDocs ?

 

 

 

 




How is your #Movember progressing? 

 

 

 

 

 





And, finally, if all else fails, think #SoundOfMusic: 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

DISCLAIMER: #WeekInReview is only as sharp and funny as the material you supply. If you've any suggested material, use the hashtag #WeekInReview or DM @neildurham via that Twitter thingy. Have a great weekend!

 


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