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.

#News

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.

#Education

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.

#Life

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'.

#MostReadStoriesOfTheWeek

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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