Your GP magazine preview: 23 February: GPs: Behind Closed Doors and exclusive GPC interview

Your next edition of GP magazine is available on 23 February and below we give you a taster of what you can expect to find there.

Exclusive interview: GPC Wales chairwoman Dr Charlotte Jones
Exclusive interview: GPC Wales chairwoman Dr Charlotte Jones

The issue will be available to download first on our iPad app on the afternoon of Friday 20 February. Follow us on Twitter (@gponlinenews) to find out exactly when it's available or like our Facebook page.

#News

Our exclusive interview is with GPC Wales chairwoman Dr Charlotte Jones (@MadameGPWales) ahead of the Welsh LMCs conference in Cardiff on 28 February. Our analysis is about winter pressures faced by GPs. Are you watching Channel 5's GPs: Behind Closed Doors?

#Opinion

Our regular columnists Dr Liam Farrell (@drlfarrell) on the last thing needed is more hay and Dr Zara Aziz on baby checks and an emergency.

#Education

Our Red flag is about dizziness; the Differential diagnosis is about painful nails; the Dilemma is on alcoholism with one contributor being the MPS (@MPSdoctors) and the Clinical Review is about premature ejaculation.

#Practice Briefing

Succession planning for a partner's retirement by Jenny Stone, partner at Ramsay Brown and Partners, chartered accountants who specialise in the finances of GPs (@RBP01).

#GPLife

Meet GP exercise instructor Dr Kevin McConville who wants to change the way the world thinks about fitness, Dr Tony Rimmer (@frankaboutcars) reviews the Peugeot RCZ-R coupe and take part in our competition to win £500 worth of Homebase vouchers.

#OurMostReadStories

1. Federations can protect practices from large private providers

2. Exclusive: GPs fight for patient care as treatment requests are denied 

3. GP practice payment data published this week

4. Exclusive: NHS England considers recalculating MPIG losses for all GPs

5. First data on GP practice pay reveal 50% funding gap between CCGs

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