Healthcare Republic becomes

With more content than ever before, the rebranded website provides the latest news and learning resources for GPs and other primary healthcare professionals. includes all the content currently available on Healthcare Republic as well as new resources and sections. includes a range of brand new exclusive content including the GP Life channel, an off duty section for GPs, with competitions and GPs reviewing everything from gadgets to cars.

The new site also includes a new CPD & Learning section which hosts the existing GP Curriculum Centre where primary care professionals will find a wide range of resources approved by the RCGP to help you meet the learning requirements of the curriculum, for the MRCGP exam, CPD and revalidation.

And GPs can now read each issue of GP magazine on their iPad, in a fully-interactive app.

The app includes bookmarking and note-taking features for CPD, a powerful search function and live feeds of news and jobs from

To download the app, simply search for 'GP magazine' in the App Store, or click on the link below.

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