GP Newspaper shortlisted for medical journalism award

One of GP Newspaper's exclusive story has been shortlisted for an award.


GP's exclusive story Bid to swap 60 QOF points for extended hours is one of four stories up for the £1,000 first prize in the Trade News section of the Medical Journalism Awards 2008.

GP faces competition from Pulse, the Health Service Journal and Nursing Standard in this category.

GP has been shortlisted for these awards at least once in each of the last 5 years and won the the Medical Publication of the Year award in 2005.

The winners are announced at a ceremony in Whitehall, central London, on 13 November.

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