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GPonline - 18th October 2021
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RCGP chair sets out immediate steps government can take to support GPs
‘Demonising less-than-full-time doctors will drive people away’ - GPs slam media attacks
GP workload intensifies as practices head for tough winter
Early pandemic response among UK's worst ever public health failures, say MPs
'No evidence' new COVID variant to blame as officials investigate potential PCR false negatives
Central stocks of extra flu vaccine available to GP practices from mid-October
 
Podcast
Podcast: Professor Martin Marshall interview Podcast: Professor Martin Marshall interview
GPonline speaks to RCGP chair Professor Martin Marshall ahead of the college's annual conference in Liverpool this week.
 
Education
Dyspepsia - red flag symptoms Dyspepsia - red flag symptoms
The red flag symptoms and possible causes of dyspepsia, with advice on management.
CPD
Hair loss - red flag symptoms Hair loss - red flag symptoms
Dr Tillmann Jacobi provides an overview of serious conditions that may underlie this distressing problem.
CPD
 
GP practice
Is sedentary behaviour putting GPs' health at risk? Is sedentary behaviour putting GPs' health at risk?
Most GPs are spending a large proportion of their working day sitting down, which could be putting their health at risk, according to research that is being presented at the RCGP annual conference this week.
 
 
   
 

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