Carolyn Wickware is senior reporter on Pulse covering political, business and educational issues for GPs.
She started at Pulse in 2016 after completing a masters in magazine journalism at City University of London. She did her undergraduate degree in English and Psychology at the Western University in Canada.
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Less than a quarter of GP trainees plan to practise full-time one year after qualifying, a think tank survey has revealed.
GP practices may have to switch systems as NHS Digital embarks on a re-tendering process for patient record IT providers.
The BMA has called for a national police unit that is dedicated to investigating gross negligence manslaughter cases in healthcare.
Bawa-Garba: What happens nextSubscription
The aftermath of the GMC’s actions will go on, finds Carolyn Wickware
Babylon’s GP at Hand smartphone app ‘advances equality of access to GP services’, an assessment of its impact on patients has found.
Exclusive The chair of the British International Doctors Association (BIDA) has called on the CQC to investigate links between poor practice ratings and GP ethnicity.
Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba has spoken out after being reinstated to the medical register by the Court of Appeal yesterday.
A court has ruled in favour of Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba in her appeal against the controversial High Court case, which saw her struck off the medical register in January.
Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was working in a ‘perfect storm’ on the day of six-year-old Jack Adcock’s death, her former clinical supervisor claims.
NHS England has appointed London GP Dr Nikita Kanani as its next acting primary care director.
Exclusive The fragmentation of BME doctors into several organisations is the ‘biggest problem’ in the fight against racism, a leading GP has said.
The GMC is investigating why black and minority ethnic doctors are less likely to progress through postgraduate medical education than their white counterparts.
GP trainees in parts of England are missing out on compensation for their out-of-hours shifts, the BMA’s GP Committee has said.
NHS England has increased the number of NHS 111 calls that receive clinical input, in an effort to ease pressure on GP practices.
GPs owe £202 million in unpaid premises fees to government-owned NHS Property Services and Community Health Partnerships, a health minister has revealed.
Commissioners have objected to GP at Hand's expansion with a physical presence in Birmingham on the grounds of patient safety.
GPs who work very few sessions will be asked to submit extra paperwork in their revalidation, under new NHS England guidance.
NHS England is looking at offering patients online access to GP records from a certain date onwards to avoid ‘an information breach’ in releasing historical notes.
Practices across mid- and south Essex will receive an extra £35m a year in funding in exchange for overhauling the way they work.
Patients wanting to own a firearm will have to get GP sign-off first, under new guidance from Kent Police.