Tag : general practice
The cat’s called Arthur Subscription
It may be foolish optimism, says Nicholas Ramscar, but it feels like a privilege to train as a GP
Dr Deary will see you now Subscription
What's in a name? Our blogger investigates...
A shift in attitudes Subscription
None of us wants to miss another Baby P
An insider's guide to responding to complaints Subscription
Dear Mr Jones, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your very comprehensive and very detailed letter of complaint....
After a rather pointless strike the Government takes stock of the situation.
Remember, they are building you a cage Subscription
They are building you a cage. They’ve already brought in armfuls of straw and they’ve begun to tighten down the rusting bolts on the door
The greatest insult to the living Subscription
She sat in her chair and waited
Introducing 'Weekly Practice' magazine Subscription
Weekly Practice is a brand new magazine that brings you the news, pictures and gossip from the world of general practice
Give us GPs some credit Subscription
Do not adjust your mindset. At first glance, this column reads more like a clinical tutorial than the usual rantings of a greying and increasingly psychotic coalface GP.
Negativity, cynicism, emotional flatness and feelings of pointlessness - essential professional attributes Subscription
I’ve just got round to reading the BMJ study about burnout in GPs