Clinical

18 Aug 2016

Fit for work certification: A new government service to help GP workload

Blog by Dr Anna Cantlay

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Clinical

21 Jul 2016

How to run to time as a GP

Probably my colleagues are laughing right now as they read that I’ve dared to write this article because I often run behind. But there have to be rescue strategies to make the best of the....

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Clinical

07 Jul 2016

The Primary Care Super Power – What makes a GP a specialist? (or, why GPs are gods of child health)

Subtitle:  Three Tests That You Probably Don’t Need to do for Children in Primary Care

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Clinical

09 Jun 2016

Why GPs should be wary of Karpman’s Drama Triangle

Today Mr Hurting Bone came in steaming because his orthopaedic appointment went badly.  The consultant was rude, he was late, he didn’t explain, and when Mr H Bone asked questions, he ignored....

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Clinical

26 May 2016

Sepsis in Children – What is in a Name?

I was recently asked, “How do you recognise sepsis?”  Answering that question would be so much easier if only we knew what sepsis was.  A recent convention of experts recently met in an attempt to....

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Clinical

09 May 2016

Things you might not know about abdominal pain in children

Paediatric A&E consultant Dr Edward Snelson shares some crucial tips for managing abdominal pain including 'the boiling frog effect' and why wearing green socks can help exclude a serious....

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NHS in the news, Clinical

05 May 2016

Mental health – government proposals and what we can do to improve the patient experience

GP Aisha Yahaya asks if the government's plans for mental health are achievable

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CPD, Clinical

14 Apr 2016

The surprising benefits of written asthma action plans

Collette Harris, head of health advice at Asthma UK on why patients should have written asthma plans

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Zika Virus: essential information for GPs

Dr Claire Davies

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Opinion, Clinical

23 Nov 2015

Cardiac arrest

A GP tries to make sense of surviving an out of hospital arrest after negative investigations for cardiac disease.  Anonymous.

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