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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NHS England is set to invite patients to opt-out of GP record sharing for research purposes from June.
NHS England has hailed the 'rapid' rate of registration on systems allowing patients to communicate with their GP online.
One in six GPs have not heard of new Government data legislation, which will mean providing personal data for free from 25 May.
The UK has nearly 30% fewer doctors for its population size than the European average, according a new report.
GP referral rates to hospitals for elective care have fallen by nearly 2% in the last year, NHS England has said.
Exclusive E-consultations are resolving '40-60%' of patient ailments without having to schedule a face-to-face GP appointment, NHS England has said.
The BMA has provided a witness statement in support of a High Court case against government plans to bring local health and social care services under one contract.
GPs in three areas of England will be expected to share patient data with social care as well as hospitals in the next two years.
Pulse's low-down on NHS England's flagship EU GP recruitment scheme.
Practices are set to pilot a pre-release registration scheme for prisoners, in an effort to maintain continuity of care.
Exclusive The QOF in England looks set to be retained, but could be slashed back to just 3-4% of practice income, according to a GP member of the review group.
The CCG hosting GP at Hand has said it will need an extra £18m in funding from NHS England this year in order to cope with patient numbers.
Exclusive A GP practice with over 14,000 patients has been temporarily suspended by the CQC following concerns over patient safety.
A GP has been appointed chair of an independent review of the partnership model to look into how it needs to evolve in the modern NHS.
GPs who are unable to practise because of problems with Capita’s management of the National Performers List are having to wait four months without work before being able to claim compensation, the BMA has said.
The GP workforce in England is continuing to decline, as official statistics reveal that 316 full-time equivalent GPs have left the profession in the last three months.
GP at Hand practice adds another 2,500 patientsSubscription
The London host practice of GP at Hand - the online GP app offering NHS appointments 'in minutes' - has added another 2,500 patients in the last month.
A judge has ruled against claims that NHS England’s plans to bring local health and social care services under one contract are ‘unlawful’.
A CCG in Greater Manchester has stopped paying GPs for health checks unless they can prove that their staff has been properly trained.
Older patients feel less comfortable with making a complaint about their GP than younger patients, according to a Government survey.