The latest edition of GP was published Monday and featured the exclusive results of an investigation finding elderly patients are waiting up to a year for a dementia diagnosis (covered by both The Independent and The Telegraph), exclusive Freedom of Information Act findings about attacks on GPs and an interview with Dr Charlotte Jones, the GPC's first female chair.
Not much coverage of the #RoyalBaby in the national media but here's how GPs reacted:
Love this! pic.twitter.com/QdoI4zEs9e— Elizabeth Johnston (@emjohnston1) July 24, 2013
Well, this is even more true now than it was in December. Not that anyone in the media gives a shit. https://t.co/1YdeMwvYpN— Pete Deveson (@PeteDeveson) July 23, 2013
Spare a thought tonight for couples with fertility problems. It's hard for them at the best of times, but this week is going to be murder.— Pete Deveson (@PeteDeveson) December 3, 2012
Looking for the leading thinking about redesigning healthcare? Look no further than our recently launched Inside Commissioning (@INCommissioning) site, which also includes individual pages for each of England's 211 CCGs.
The National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) (@NAPC_NHS) is looking for the poster boy/girl of the NHS reforms.
Thoughtful blog by Monty Moncrieff (@MontyMoncrieff), chief executive of LGBT charity London Friend, about commissioning, HIV and crystal methamphetamine.
@GPonlinenews is bloody good for a freebie. And so convenient now on iPad. Highly recommend it! :)— Jamie Wallis (@jamie_wallis) July 24, 2013
But don't just take it from @jamie_wallis. Two of our titles have been shortlisted in the 2013 PPA Digital Publishing Awards: the GP iPad edition for Digital Magazine Of the Year and App Of the Year and Medeconomics (@MedeconomicsUK) for Innovation Of the Year.