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Pregabalin and gabapentin will be reclassified as class C drugs from April 2019, the Government has announced.
GP patient information can now be accessed by clinicians across the healthcare system in Leeds, after the city became the first to adopt GP Connect.
GPs should restrict adrenaline auto-injector prescriptions due to ongoing supply issues, the Department of Health and Social Care has said.
Severe obesity in children aged 10 to 11 years has reached a record high, the latest figures have revealed.
The WannaCry attack on the NHS cost the health service £92m, the Government revealed yesterday.
The Government has announced it will push forward with legislation to regulate physician associates.
Exclusive A group of GPs are in talks with lawyers over plans to legally challenge the ban on GPs charging their own patients for non-NHS services.
GPs should be given additional training to perform caesarean sections, according to new proposals for maternity services in an Oxfordshire hospital.
Stricter immigration requirements could 'create chaos in the NHS' and have a 'huge knock-on effect' on general practice, the BMA warned today.
NICE is going to create a second draft of its adult depression guidelines and then re-consult stakeholders for a third time, the body has announced.
The current NICE guidance on antidepressant withdrawal is ‘misleading doctors’ about the severity of effects on patients, researchers have claimed.
The RCGP chair has called on the Government to commit to ensuring that every GP practice has e-consultation facilities by 2022.
The RCGP is in discussions with lawyers over taking a political position on Brexit and the potential of a second referendum.
Group consultations are being rolled out across a London borough with the aim of reducing workload and improving patient care.
The NHS has admitted in a new report that GP services ‘consistently exceeded the planned capacity’ last winter despite extra Government funding to provide more appointments.
NICE has called for GPs to review the care plans of heart failure patients every six months, despite GPs expressing concerns that this will create a disproportionate workload.
The proportion of children and young people self-reporting a mental health condition has grown sixfold across England over two decades, a new study has found.
High-dose folic acid supplements do not prevent pre-eclampsia in women at high risk for the condition, according to a new study.
The number of children who have had their measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine has dropped to its lowest level since 2011/12, according to the latest figures.
Nine out of ten doctors have warned that staffing issues and workload pressures are the main causes behind medical errors, a major survey has found.