Your GP magazine preview: 21 July (LATEST) #SaveOurSurgeries

Your next issue of GP magazine is available on 21 July and below we give you a taster of what you can expect to find there.

The issue will be available to download first on our award-winning iPad app this afternoon. Follow us on Twitter (@gponlinenews) to find out exactly when it's available.


Our lead story reveals exclusive survey findings showing a third of practices have at least one GP vacancy and one in six of these have been unable to fill a post for more than a year. #SaveOurSurgeries.


Our Red flag symptoms article is about arrhythmias and differentiates between common manifestations of arrhythmias and serious conditions.

#Practice Briefing

Our sister site Medeconomics has teamed up with specialist medical accountants Ramsay Brown & Partners to provide GMS practices in England with a forecast of their practice's financial performance as the MPIG is phased out over the next seven years.


Meet retired west Wales GP Dr Ann Jay who volunteers to improve basic healthcare in Uganda.  She says a great deal can be achieved in a short visit to Uganda to train and support local health workers. Donations can be marked 'For FLOW'.


1. GPC fury after NHS England fails to attend premises talks

2. NHS trust pulls plug on two GP practices after £500,000 losses

3. GP support services to be outsourced in £40m cost cutting plan

4. The Basics - Hip pain

5. Rapid fall in GP out-of-hours cases behind huge rise in daytime GP work

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