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  • ramscar

    Revalidation double-think Subscription

    03 Dec 2012 By Nicholas Ramscar

    You will, I am sure, be looking forward to revalidation. So I offer my sincere apologies for blunting your enthusiasm by having a whinge

  • jobbing doctor

    Family photographs Subscription

    29 Nov 2012 By Jobbing Doctor

    What is the purpose of having personal things in your surgery?

  • copperfield

    Revalidate patients first Subscription

    28 Nov 2012 By Tony Copperfield

    Texting, spittle-spraying and a strange refusal to wear pants all point to a marked decline in patient standards, says Copperfield

  • copperfield

    What the NHS needs is a 'Fair Use' policy Subscription

    27 Nov 2012 By Tony Copperfield

    Our patients all know that there’s really no such thing as 'unlimited broadband' - don't you think they'll understand if we introduce limits on access to the NHS?

  • copperfield

    Monday morning Subscription

    26 Nov 2012 By Tony Copperfield

    The Great God of General Practice decrees that the following type of consultation shall only happen on a Monday morning, preferably as first appointment.

  • jobbing doctor

    GPs have 'never been happier'? Subscription

    23 Nov 2012 By Jobbing Doctor

    I had to look twice at the press release to see if I had misread the report. I hadn’t.

  • khole

    The reforms were working and the people were happy Subscription

    23 Nov 2012 By Through The K Hole

    The happiness scales proved it. “Long live happiness, happiness is all we need” echoed the voice.

  • steve

    Upbeat DH pay submission pure politics as contract row escalates Subscription

    21 Nov 2012 By Editor's Blog

    Can the Department of Health really believe - as it argued in its evidence to the doctors’ pay review body yesterday - that GPs are happier than ever and maintaining their net income?

  • margaretmccartney

    Picking up the pieces Subscription

    20 Nov 2012 By Margaret McCartney

    Why does the NHS always seem to bear the costs of ill-conceived private contracts, asks Margaret?

  • khole

    We now call these cold little crawlspaces 'complementary therapies' Subscription

    14 Nov 2012 By Through The K Hole

    It’s true that science may never give us a complete picture of the world, but it’s a lot better than the alternative.

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