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How GPs have used the independent model to adapt in the pandemicSubscription

07 Jul 2020

GPs have been flexing their operational protocols to create instant changes

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Why GPs are awaiting a surge in patients in the fallout from Covid-19Subscription

29 May 2020

How fewer patients during the pandemic is creating increasing anxiety among GPs

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​GPs go forth: Has the Government's strategy put GPs at risk? Subscription

29 Apr 2020

Are the Government’s cunning plans putting frontline GPs at risk, asks Jaimie Kaffash

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​The virus that is set to change general practice foreverSubscription

26 Mar 2020

Pulse looks at the medium and long-term effects of Covid-19 on general practice

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Is general practice really at its lowest point?Subscription

03 Mar 2020

A look at how far GP working conditions have come since the inception of Pulse 60 years ago

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The GP workforce's faulty production lineSubscription

03 Feb 2020

The new Government has promised to recruit 6,000 new GPs, but it may have its sums wrong, says Costanza Pearce

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Revealed: How CAMHS are restricting GPs' referrals Subscription

03 Jan 2020

Pulse reveals how CAMHS referral critera are stopping GPs' patients from getting help

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Gold, incentives and 'meh': how the major parties' election pledges stack upSubscription

26 Nov 2019

Jaimie Kaffash  grills the main parties on their plans for general practice in the upcoming election