Your GP magazine preview: 23 February (LATEST): GPs work for free & #GPsBehindClosedDoors

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, including a first look at our front page.

Your first look at our next front page
Your first look at our next front page

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

#News

Our exclusive survey results show the extent GPs are performing enhanced services for free. This week @siobhankchan broke the exclusive that dementia diagnoses were increasing after the introduction of a controversial directed enhanced service. Our under-doctored areas map is quoted by the BBC.

#Opinion

BMA deputy chairman Dr Kailash Chand (@kailashchandobe) on how better diet and more exercise could save GP workload and 50% of NHS costs. Our leader argues CCGs should fund unresourced services.

#Education

See last week's preview for all contents bar a Case study on skin infections.

#PracticeBriefing

Practice Briefing is the page in GP where you can find the best content from our paywalled sister site Medeconomics.

#GPLife

Meet GP exercise instructor Dr Kevin McConville who enjoyed a recent piece by east London GP Dr Charlie Allen (@_doctorcharlie). Included is our competition to win £500 of Homebase vouchers and your chance to have a say about the future of GP/GPonline.

#OurMostReadStories

1. QOF is 'bad for health' says NHS England official

2. NHS England names 64 CCGs approved for full co-commissioning powers

3. Map: GP shortages across England

4. Fewer than 25% of 2014 trainees opting for general practice

5. GP and public reaction to GPs: Behind Closed Doors - series two

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