Your all-new, fortnightly, 96-page GP is out Monday but available first on iPad tomorrow afternoon. It features the results of a Freedom of Information Act investigation into how well the telehealth roll-out is proceeding across England and how convinced CCGs are about the coalition government drive.
When seven-day GPs, named GPs and GP-run CCGs become 'Allo 'Allo! by Dr Chris Lancelot (@DrChrisLancelot).
To the RCGP's (@RCGP) Euston Square headquarters in London where a celebrity chef was receiving a fellowship for his services to nutrition:
To Yorkshire where there was something out of the ordinary on the menu:
Returning from visits, an unexpected pleasure of country practice and thoughtful patients pic.twitter.com/NI4Dks8OcR— Andrew Green (@DrAndrewGreen) November 1, 2013
Less Naked Chef and more naked staff at Wansbeck General Hospital in Northumberland raising money for the Orchid (@OrchidCancer) and Bright (@NorthumbriaNHS) causes:
To #WeekInReview's favourite media GP for Downton Abbey-related (@DowntonAbbey) news:
Fascinating news today about a blood test for pre-eclampsia. Too late for poor Sybil. #Downton— Dr Ellie Cannon (@Dr_Ellie) November 5, 2013
And, finally, the question of the week:
What's the strangest Q you've been asked at interview? At consultant interview I was asked 'if you were a fruit, what would you be and why?'— Chris Roseveare (@CRoseveare) November 4, 2013
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