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Look out for an exclusive interview with GPC chairman Dr Chaand Nagpaul (@CNagpaul) where he predicts what 2015 has in store for GPs. Our analysis looks at how the Carr-Hill funding formula might change to take deprivation better into account.
Our Practice Dilemma is whether one should intervene in the care of another GP's patient featuring Dr Raj Thakkar (@DrRajThakkar); the Differential diagnoses is on conditions of the hands; the Red Flag symptoms is on blurred vision; the Case Study is on diagnosis and management of Felty's syndrome; and the Clinical Review is about motor neurone disease.
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Meet Wolverhampton GP Dr Rob Grinsted who enables seriously ill children to enjoy the holiday of a lifetime and Devon GP Dr Emma Williams who accompanies expeditions.