Tag : finance and practice life
Violence in GP surgeries is soaring Subscription
Ninety-nine percent of patients are well-behaved and use services appropriately,’ one GP remarked, ‘but if you want to pee out of the window or get fruity, just remember: our security guard can crush you like a pretzel.
(Not) Just a GP Subscription
In her first blog as a GP to Be, Alex Thomson-Moore looks at her profession from the outside, and decides there isn’t anywhere else she’d rather be.
12 things that turn my hair grey Subscription
Given that we become more irascible as we get older, I’m going to use today’s distressing marker of ageing – the discovery of my first grey pubic hair – as an excuse to list 12 things that make me homicidally angry
A 24/7 solution for healthcare Subscription
In the future, doctors develop a system to provide round-the-clock medical opinions - but they won't reveal how it works
A bittersweet win... Subscription
In her first post for Pulse, medical student and #nextgenerationGP Chantal Cox-George looks at the lessons for young female doctors from the recent Apprentice finale
A body blow to a profession on the brink of burnout Subscription
NHS England’s decision on funding occupational health services is short-sighted and sends a bleak message to GPs suffering from stress and exhaustion, writes Pulse editor Steve Nowottny
A brief rest-bite from the news agenda Subscription
Gillham takes a step back from the politics and burnout that usually grace the pages of Pulse, to marvel at the pleasures of the English language…
A Christmas statin Subscription
OK, I realise being dragged in here for a medication review isn’t a bundle of laughs. But look on the bright side: you could be Christmas shopping.
A code we can all use Subscription
Sometimes you just don’t know how to tick that box. Never fear, says Dr Nick Ramscar, EMIS is here
A CQC super-computer apologises for its inaccuracies Subscription
Through the K Hole