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Pulse magazine: August 2016

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General practice is in a poor state but, for this issue, Pulse has deliberately kept the news ‘half full’. Some is genuinely positive, some a touch sardonic, but we hope it gives you pause to reflect that life as a GP is not all bad and a glimmer of hope to fight another day.

This issue’s highlights

Taking control: CCGs investing millions into primary care

Copperfield: Take heart. The pain could be so much worse

We cut appointments and depression scripts with relationship counselling

Ten top tips - distinguishing benign and malignant skin lesions

Key questions on constipation (1.5 CPD hours)

How job-sharing stopped us from retiring

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  • It's so good to see clear close up photography for a change.
    Many thanks

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