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GP practices are paving the way with Covid research studies

Throughout the pandemic, primary care has provided invaluable support for

The QOF is increasing health inequalities

Many of us will have been contacted recently by our

In full: NHS England letter on 2022/23 GP contract changes

NHS England and NHS Improvement today (1 March) announced that

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Letter: Vaccinate the world

Can you imagine what it feels like knowing that there

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‘The silence on industrial action is deafening’

Dr Clare Sieber resigned from the BMA GP Committee after

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Covid has been a learning curve for PCN clinical directors

Dear editor… I’ve been reflecting on the lessons learned about

Cautiously optimistic

Dear editor… I have cautious optimism about February’s health and

GPs’ letter to RCGP faculty members on diversity within the College

Dear Faculty members, The elected members of the RCGP council

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A global effort is the only chance of overcoming Covid

The media has been awash with talk about ‘vaccine nationalism’.

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In full: NHS England letter on Covid vaccination in care homes

The next stage on Covid vaccination in older adult care

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In full: NHS England letter on freeing up practice time

Freeing up practices to support Covid vaccination To: GPs in

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Back to being a doctor again

Feels like any other jobGetting ready, saying goodbye to home,

Remote consulting: a poem

Matt Hancock wants usAll to do:Telemedicine from now.Zoom calls, Skype

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‘The doctor as the patient’ – the story so far

We previously asked colleagues to tell us their accounts of

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