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Link between maternal diabetes and child's CVD 'highlights importance of screening', says studySubscription
Children are at increased risk of developing heart disease in the first 40 years of their life if their mothers had diabetes before or during pregnancy, according to a new study
Details of pension scheme arrangements that will allow GPs to avoid tax charges are being finalised by the Government, as it confirms letters have been sent to hospital doctors laying out the changes.
'Simply not enough' GPs, warns BMA as new analysis highlights hundreds lost from workforceSubscription
The falling number of GPs is 'simply not enough’ to meet the demand for services, the BMA has said in response to new analysis of official figures underlining the dwindling workforce.
Greater core funding in general practice is ‘significantly associated’ with higher CQC ratings, according to a new study
Exclusive GP leaders in South-East England have negotiated a fee for GPs to invoice CCGs for compiling safeguarding reports, according to the local LMC.
Only one in 20 GP trainees see themselves working full time in general practice in ten years' time - half the percentage of the 2016 cohort - according to a new study by the King's Fund.
GP leaders in Scotland have voted to support rural GPs more following the consequences of implementing the new Scottish GP contract
A medical defence organisation has called for membership to be a ‘regulatory requirement’, in response to new GMC research
There is no association that doctors’ characteristics influence the seriousness of regulatory sanctions, new GMC research has evaluated
A CCG in Yorkshire is proposing to close down two surgeries as its APMS contracts from two private providers expire in March next year
A GP practice in central Wales is directing patients to pick up repeat prescriptions from a petrol station whilst it temporarily closes this week for the expansion of its facilities
The BMA is taking NHS Property Services to court after years of practices facing ‘unjustifiable’ service charges
GPs have a 'crucial' role in helping network clinical directors say no to excessive workload, according to the BMA GP Committee chair.
The proportion of children waiting more than four weeks to be seen by Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in Wales has decreased by 13 percentage points.
The Conservative party’s target to recruit more GPs lacks detail, the BMA has said in response to the party's full manifesto released over the weekend
A practice in Plymouth has permanently shut down following a sudden temporary closure from a CQC inspection
A GP principal of a practice in east London has won Pulse’s GP of the Year award for managing her inner-city practice on her own following the death of the senior partner at her practice
The number of GP appointments in England has risen to an estimated 30.8m in October - the highest ever recorded in a single month – according to official data
The Scottish National Party has called for an increase in the amount of NHS money spent per head from the next UK Government.
Four surgeries in Kent have suspended their GP services following 'serious concerns' by recent CQC inspections