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    The times, they are a-changin': launching a GP career in 2013 Subscription

    22 Apr 2013 By GPs To Be

    Our GP to be looks forward to getting started, despite the changing face of the NHS

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    A shocking reminder of the importance of smear tests Subscription

    16 Apr 2013 By GPs To Be

    When a friend is diagnosed with cervical cancer after a smear, Dr O’Loghlen realises that the ‘Jade Goody effect’ is no longer enough to keep women attending for tests

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    Where does medicine stop and social work begin? Subscription

    08 Apr 2013 By GPs To Be

    A home visit leaves GP trainee Dr Julie Fry wishing there was someone besides her available to visit lonely patients

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    Thank God the CSA’s over – apart from the flashbacks… Subscription

    28 Mar 2013 By GPs To Be

    Anxiety and a loss of sense of humour makes GPST3 Dr Julie Fry do a double-take when her CSA score comes back

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    The doctor-patient relationship suffers when I call my patient fat Subscription

    19 Mar 2013 By GPs To Be

    The flawed logic behind the Royal Colleges’ call for fat-shaming consultations simply won’t help GPs, writes Dr Michael Kilshaw

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    Constant complaint Subscription

    24 Sep 2012 By GPs To Be

    As an ST3, I suspect that because of my longer consultation times and lower workload compared to my GP colleagues, I potentially have a greater opportunity to address the ideas, concerns and expectations of a patient. But I wonder how many of the complaints were against GP trainees?

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    Tips for new docs, from a new doc Subscription

    27 Aug 2012 By GPs To Be

    As #tipsfornewdocs began to trend on Twitter, Pulse's own 'new doc' Martin Wicks had some advice of his own to share:

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    An Olympic hypocrisy Subscription

    27 Aug 2012 By GPs To Be

    The Olympics are almost upon us, and so starts 19 days of sporting activities that might be watched on TV by up to four billion people worldwide

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    GPs love all that tree-hugging stuff, don't they? Subscription

    27 Aug 2012 By GPs To Be

    Prior to applying for GPST training, I was training to become an acute medical physician

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    Flaws in the scores Subscription

    27 Aug 2012 By GPs To Be

    Like a lot of people, I’m a bit confused about the NHS decision to allow people to score their GP practice ‘out of 10’ on their Choices website.

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