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Forty years of rheumatology practice: ‘We used to refer people to the springs in Buxton’ Subscription

16 Mar 2020

In Pulse’s birthday month, GPSI Dr Louise Warburton reflects on how her rheumatology practice has changed for the better over the last 40 years

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Ten top tips on coronavirus preparednessSubscription

12 Mar 2020

Dr Toni Hazell with ten top tips for dealing with coronavirus

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CPD - Case-based: rational prescribing of antibioticsSubscription

09 Mar 2020

This case-based module will guide you through the latest evidence in the area of sensible antibiotic prescribing

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'The best emollient is one the patient uses' - prescribing emollients in primary care Subscription

07 Mar 2020

Dr George Moncrieff discusses choosing an emollient with your patient

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The BNF - then and nowSubscription

06 Mar 2020

GP Dr Alan Begg reflects on how the BNF has changed over the past 60 years

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CPD - Case-based: FIT testsSubscription

27 Feb 2020

This case-based module will guide you through the latest evidence in the use of the quantitative faecal immunochemical test (FIT) in patients who have symptoms that might indicate a diagnosis of bowel cancer

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Guideline of the month: Cannabis-based medicinal products Subscription

18 Feb 2020

An overview of the prescribing guidance for medical cannabis

Telehealth and long term conditions

Telehealth can be used to improve standards of care for individuals with long-term conditions, and to boost efficiency of service provision

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  • Telehealth and long term conditions

    Telehealth can be used to improve standards of care for individuals with long-term conditions, and to boost efficiency of service provision.

  • CCG Profile: West Suffolk

    Recognising the wants and needs of West Suffolk clinical commissioning group’s patient population is shaping the way it delivers care.

  • An old age problem

    Commissioning services for older people that integrate their often complex needs can be a challenge.

  • CSU: Take your partners

    Partnership working involves more than simply forging ties with other organisations.

  • A decade of QOF

    With the quality and outcomes framework approaching its tenth birthday, we look back at the evidence and impact of the scheme.

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