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MHRA urges GPs to be vigilant in new advice on identifying vaping-related lung injurySubscription

28 Jan 2020 By

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has released a drug safety update warning doctors to have a high index of suspicion for lung injury in patients with respiratory symptoms who also vape

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London councils call for improvements to GP premisesSubscription

28 Jan 2020 By Costanza Pearce

A group of councils from across London has pledged to help ‘transform London’s aging GP and primary care premises,’ by having a greater say in decisions over improvements to practices.

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Hancock wants ‘value for money’ from PCNs in GP contract negotiationsSubscription

28 Jan 2020 By Costanza Pearce

The health secretary has said that he wants to ensure ‘value for money’ from primary care networks (PCNs) as part of the ongoing contract negotiations with the BMA.

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A third of GPs suffer from ‘compassion fatigue’ Subscription

28 Jan 2020 By

A third of UK doctors are burnt out, with GPs having the lowest levels of compassion compared with other colleagues, a major survey has found.

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CPD: Key questions on out-of-hours careSubscription

12 Dec 2019

Urgent care GP Dr Matthew Booker discusses ambulance delays, using NEWS2 and managing psychiatric emergencies in the out-of-hours setting

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How trusts are planning to place GPs in A&ESubscription

19 Jun 2017

Pulse summaries what we know about the plan to put GPs in A&E

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