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The BMA is looking for doctors involved with innovative community projects to be featured in an A-Z of 'patient choice and access'.

The aim is to produce an 'alphabet of patient choice', which will be published at the end of May in the press.

The BMA said it wanted GPs and other doctors to provide a mixture of clinical and non-clinical initiatives, including late-night clinics, school visits, working with the homeless, new drugs, innovative surgical techniques and new scanning technology.

Doctors interested in participating can fill in a questionnaire at

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