GPs share their career stories: The best working life articles from 2013
Pulse looks back at the best working life features from the past twelve months
Pulse’s classic Working Life feature was revived in 2013, looking at different GPs and what they gain from their work in general practice.
Who has inspired you this year? Leave a comment on your favourite article to let us know.
A GP and photographer explains the idea behind their remake of an iconic photo essay
Dr Maureen Baker talks about growing up in Lanarkshire and her best tips from GP trainers
Dr Nigel Hewett explains why he chose to work with this vulnerable group of patients
Dr Clare Taylor explains how mixing academic, clinical and teaching work has kept her inspired
Dr Sara Khan explains why she decided to set up a not-for-profit service to help prevent GP burnout
Dr Mei Ling Denney on being an MRCGP examiner
Dr Nigel Watson explains what his job involves
Dr Phil Brown explains how he juggles a role as a pre-hospital doctor and as a GP partner
Dr Penny Newman explains how she combines general practice with a senior management role
Dr Mike Townend explains why he left general practice
Dr Ellie Cannon on how she came to work at Sky News
Dr Ayan Panja explains how he fell into a broadcasting career after life as a GP
Dr Angela Burnett describes a typical day at her charity for the survivors of torture
Dr Chris Johns triages acute cases at his local hospital part-time.
The former RCGP chair explains how she juggles her different roles and family commitments
Dr Paul Hobday’s key lessons learnt from a long GP career
Dr Daniel Goodare is a GP in western Kazakhstan
Dr Zara Bieler describes working as a locum GP in France for six months a year
Dr Richard Scott talks about life after cancer, faith and general practice
Dr Helen Tattersfield explains why she became chairperson of her local commissioning organisation