Sofia Lind is Pulse's news editor.
She writes news covering practice finance, including the GP contract and the QOF, as well as legal matters. She also covers Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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A GP practising for 40 years can expect to be sued four times on average, according to data from the Medical Defence Union.
The number of written complaints relating to primary care services, including GP and dental practices, have continued to rise.
The Government has unveiled former health minister Lord David Prior as its chosen candidate to become the next NHS England char.
All 150 acute trusts in England, and 7,110 GP practices, have switched off paper referrals and moved to an electronic system, NHS Digital has said.
The Scottish Government has said GP independent contractors will receive a 3% pay uplift for 2018/19, backdated to 1 April.
Exclusive ‘Tens of’ GP practices have expressed interest in partnering up with Babylon to offer its GP at Hand app to their patients, according to the company.
A consultation has been launched on the contract for 2019/20. Sofia Lind looks at what GPs can expect
NHS England’s director of primary care Dr Arvind Madan has apologised for suggesting GPs should be 'pleased' when small practices close.
The Family Doctor Association intends to survey its members for evidence on the impact of NHS England’s policy for the future of small GP practices.
Pressure group GP Survival has written to demand the resignation of the GMC chief, in light of yesterday’s verdict in the Bawa-Garba appeal case.
The London host CCG of GP at Hand has decided to maintain its position to block the service’s expansion to Birmingham.
NHS England has launched an open call for GPs to propose solutions to issues concerning GP practice premises.
Scottish BMA elects new GP committee leaderSubscription
BMA Scotland has elected Dr Andrew Buist to take over as chair of the GP Committee.
The number of GP partners working for the NHS in England has fallen by nearly 5,000 in the past 10 years.
GPs should recommend honey, herbal remedies and cough medicines as first-line treatment for acute cough, according to new draft NICE guidance.
The GP workforce situation has worsened further, as full-time equivalent GP numbers have dropped by 523 since March.
GPs qualified in Australia will be able to go through a 'streamlined' process to certify their eligibility to practise in the UK.
'Record numbers' of calls to the NHS 111 helpline are being handled by clinicians, NHS England has said.
An award-winning GP professor has warned against going down the route of a 'hard Brexit', saying that this would jeopardise general practice.
The Government has been unable to update GPs on their long-awaited state-backed indemnity solution by the deadline it had set itself.