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GPs are wrongly being alerted to take HIV patients off antiviralsSubscription

19 Oct 2017 By

GPs and practice nurses are wrongfully being told to advise patients with HIV to stop taking their medication after receiving the flu jab.

Simon Stevens NHS chief (large)

GPs will have to review ‘a further 160,000 items’ of lost clinical correspondenceSubscription

16 Oct 2017 By

GPs are in for a workload hit after NHS England uncovered a further 162,000 pieces of clinical correspondence lost in an NHS blunder.

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GPs asked to record patients' sexual orientationSubscription

16 Oct 2017 By

NHS England has issued guidance for GPs and other health and social care professionals on how to record a patient's sexual orientation.

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The 'Egbot' represents everything wrong with the NHS right nowSubscription

24 Aug 2015 By First 5

Dr Phil Williams


Gremlins in our new IT system are giving me nightmaresSubscription

11 Feb 2015 By Gillham

Dr Tom Gillham is coping with a ‘migration’ to a new system

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Is GP record sharing safe?Subscription

11 May 2017

With immigration centres and police stations gaining access to patient records, Alex Matthews-King looks at the implications for GPs

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Revealed: full scale of Capita’s support service shortfallSubscription

30 Aug 2016

Practices are facing delays as patient records and supplies go missing and payments are made late

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