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    Are we aware of the consequences of raising awareness? Subscription

    09 May 2014 By beyondtheheadlines

    If we all responded in a predictable way to data input, campaigns would work a treat - but people are far more complicated than that, writes Dr Martin Brunet

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    Time to give patients more control over their treatment Subscription

    01 May 2014 By beyondtheheadlines

    We need to write patient choice into NICE guidelines, and stop making ‘refuseniks’ of our elderly patients, argues Dr Martin Brunet

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    Anything to declare? Subscription

    09 Apr 2014 By beyondtheheadlines

    Greater transparency on competing interests will mean that GPs will know who to trust, says Dr Martin Brunet

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    Banning books in prisons? GPs should be worried Subscription

    03 Apr 2014 By beyondtheheadlines

    Chris Grayling wants to limit prisoners’ access to books, so why haven’t the BMA or RCGP spoken out yet?

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    Putting patients first Subscription

    24 Mar 2014 By beyondtheheadlines

    Slow and steady wins the race - that’s the warning that Dr Martin Brunet is giving Jeremy Hunt for his race to ‘put patients first’

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    Falling off the fence Subscription

    05 Mar 2014 By beyondtheheadlines

    Dr Martin Brunet has concerns about - not just for himself but for the NHS as well

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    Would we have the nerve? Subscription

    17 Feb 2014 By beyondtheheadlines

    If there was conclusive data that cancer screening did more harm than good could we really abandon it? Dr Martin Brunet asks the tough questions

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    Turning people into patients Subscription

    06 Feb 2014 By beyondtheheadlines

    Dr Martin Brunet looks at a patient campaign that persuades people away from dealing with smaller illnesses themselves and into the GP surgery

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    The seductive power of knowledge Subscription

    30 Jan 2014 By beyondtheheadlines

    Would you offer genome sequencing to your patients? Dr Martin Brunet looks at why the sophisticated promises may offer nothing better than what’s already available in general practice

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    Insuring the nation Subscription

    21 Jan 2014 By beyondtheheadlines

    Following his blog on whether we should charge migrants to use the NHS, Dr Martin Brunet returns to the issue of welfare access, this time looking at National Insurance

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