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  • copperfield

    Demand a supply Subscription

    08 Oct 2013 By Tony Copperfield

    Copperfield reaches the end of his tether after discovering a few supply problems with his favourite vaccines

  • copperfield

    Perplexed over childhood flu Subscription

    29 Aug 2013 By Tony Copperfield

    Hot on the heels of his previous blog on paracetamol and vaccinations, Copperfield tries to get to the bottom of the flu vaccine guidance

  • copperfield

    Mission impossible Subscription

    29 Aug 2013 By Tony Copperfield

    Copperfield’s confused - on the one hand he can’t find any drugs to prescribe for arthritis, but on the other, he’s losing track of the new vaccination programme…

  • gps to be 2013

    As a GP I know the MMR's safe, but I was still worried when my son was called for his jab Subscription

    09 May 2013 By GPs To Be

    GP to be Dr Laura O’Loghlen wonders if the profession has done its best to stop worried patients feeling duped

  • margaretmccartney

    Let GPs lead the measles fightback Subscription

    02 May 2013 By Margaret McCartney

    Outbreaks can be overcome, but it takes a unified response. Will general practice be allowed to get on with the job, asks Margaret?

  • sara khan

    Preventing foot in mouth: what can you learn from media training? Subscription

    26 Apr 2013 By Sarah Khan

    Feeling nervous every time a journalist calls will soon put you off medical politics, Dr Khan writes. Find out what it was like to bite the bullet and do the BMA media training course

  • edzard

    Twelve reasons people take an anti-vaccine stance Subscription

    25 Aug 2012 By Edzard Ernst

    for many years, there has been a vocal movement protesting against immunizations