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  • steve blog

    Not so much a blueprint, more of a skeleton argument Subscription

    08 Nov 2013 By Editor's Blog

    The GPC's paper on the future of general practice will inevitably be overshadowed by the 2014 contract deal, writes Pulse editor Steve Nowottny

  • ramscar

    This time could be different Subscription

    24 Jan 2013 By Nicholas Ramscar

    We’ve demonstrated that we’ll tolerate our pensions being mucked about with, and that we’ll sullenly get back to work after agreed contracts have been ripped up. But we do have a limit.

  • steve blog

    GPs were promised a future of ‘blood, sweat and tears’ – and now it’s here Subscription

    31 Oct 2012 By Editor's Blog

    The current contract row echoes the extended hours dispute of 2008, writes Pulse editor Steve Nowottny. But there are three key differences...

  • copperfield

    The wafer-thin mint moment Subscription

    24 Oct 2012 By Tony Copperfield

    I was under the impression that I was already at breaking point. Current workload is absurd, take home pay is falling and let’s not forget that we also have CQC, revalidation and commissioning to look forward to. I simply can’t face further change and more work.