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Recognising menopausal symptoms and their implicationsSubscription

13 Jun 2019

Menopause specialist GPs Dr Alice Scott and Dr Louise Newson with part one of a three-part series on managing the menopause in general practice

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How to use FIT in general practiceSubscription

04 Jun 2019

Gastroenterologist Dr Ed Seward discusses the pros and cons of the novel stool test, FIT

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Reference chart - emergency and other contraception Subscription

31 May 2019

Dr Katherine Gilmore and Dr Diana Mansour on the rules for different contraceptives in part three of this three-part series 

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Chronic pelvic pain - what next?Subscription

14 May 2019

In part two of our new series on managing patients who are referred back to their GP by secondary care, Dr Rohan Chodankar and colleagues discuss a case of chronic pelvic pain

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NICE in 90 seconds - acute prostatitisSubscription

06 May 2019

An at-a-glance look at treating acute prostatitis in primary care

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Reference chart - long-acting contraceptionSubscription

30 Apr 2019

Dr Katherine Gilmore and Dr Diana Mansour on the rules for different long-acting contraceptives in part two of thiss three-part series

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'My stomach is in agony' - managing mesenteric ischaemiaSubscription

17 Apr 2019

Miss Annabel Shaw and Mr Nigel Day, colorectal research fellows, and Mr Muti Abulafi, consultant colorectal surgeon, discuss a case of severe abdominal pain

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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