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    Make do and mend

    16 Apr 2014 By Hadrian Moss

    A broken call-in board poses Dr Moss a £600 expense. So how did he fix it for £52?

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    Are AiT fees going up? If so, new GP trainees should think carefully about whether they're worth it Subscription

    02 May 2013 By GPs To Be

    Dr Michael Kilshaw is curious as to whether a review of Associates in Training fees will give him more bang for his buck

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    Defence body subs approach £7,000 a year - but are they worth it? Subscription

    23 Apr 2013 By Tony Copperfield

    The rapid rise in medical defence subscription costs reflects the new liabilities that come from commissioning and cost-cutting, Copperfield argues. But when patients start to complain about the lack of house calls, it seems the staggering pricetag might make sense after all

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    Pharma's creating an epidemic around vitamin D deficiency Subscription

    29 Aug 2012 By Tony Copperfield

    Come on, admit it. When you were young, you thought spinach was a fabulous dietary source of iron. Your mum and dad thought it too, which is why they tried so hard to force it down your throat when you’d much rather have had a choc-ice or a Jammie Dodger.

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    Standardised into submission Subscription

    29 Aug 2012 Updated: 31 Aug 2012 By Tony Copperfield

    Once upon a time, though not actually all that long ago, someone who really, really hated general practice decided to devise something really, really stupid that would really, really wind us up.