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GPonline - 20th November 2017
 
News highlights
 
Can GPs help the UK avoid a serious flu crisis this winter?
New Scottish GP contract cuts premises risk and guarantees £80,000 earnings
LMCs demand judicial review over smartphone GP service
Hundreds of GPs could quit UK over Brexit, BMA poll suggests
GPC to release guidance on safe workload limits for GPs
GPs reject call for 'private, alternative model' of general practice
 
Analysis
How will GPs' role change under the new Scottish contract? How will GPs' role change under the new Scottish contract?
A proposed Scottish GMS contract for April 2018 will 'refocus' the GP role to help them become expert medical generalists in their community, the Scottish BMA has said.
13 Nov 2017
 
Practice management
Tips to help practices cope with winter pressures Tips to help practices cope with winter pressures
There have been dire predictions about how well the NHS will cope this winter and the health service is bracing itself for a difficult flu season. So what can practices do to prepare?
15 Nov 2017
 
Education
Bone pain - red flag symptoms Bone pain - red flag symptoms
How to identify red flags in patients presenting with bone pain, including conducting a clinical examination and useful investigations.
1 Feb 2017
Clinical review: Insomnia Clinical review: Insomnia
The criteria for diagnosis of insomnia and how to help patients to manage the factors that cause it, including differential diagnoses, use of daily sleep diaries and the role of cognitive therapy, hypnotic drugs and melatonin.
26 Jul 2017 CPD
 
Opinion
Dr Chris Mimagh: GPs should not be too quick to dismiss new GP at Hand service Dr Chris Mimagh: GPs should not be too quick to dismiss new GP at Hand service
This week there's been quite a fuss over the launch of GP at Hand service from Babylon Health.
10 Nov 2017
How GPs can identify COPD earlier and help patients adapt How GPs can identify COPD earlier and help patients adapt
Many patients with COPD are diagnosed late but GPs can do more to pick up cases quickly and make sure patients receive the advice they need, British Lung Foundation GP adviser Dr Noel Baxter writes on World COPD day.
14 Nov 2017
 

 
 
GP Jobs
GP Job of the Week: Salaried GP, east London GP Job of the Week: Salaried GP, east London
A friendly and supportive practice is looking for a salaried GP to work up to six sessions per week. The salary is £10,800 per session, with indemnity covered and seven weeks annual leave.
15 Nov 2017
 
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£68,000 - £80,000 per annum + Indemnity + BMA contract + 8 weeks' leave, Wisbech
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