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Pulse at 60

How new-fangled computers took over general practice

Pulse at 60 looks at how far we have come since the BMA was considering what to do with its single computer

Morale hitting rock bottom… again

The latest Pulse at 60 feature looks at morale and stress throughout the years.

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The never-ending rationing books

The latest in the Pulse at 60 series looks at cost-cutting schemes throughout the ages

The BNF – then and now

The 1960 edition of the BNF is a gem of

The 60-year recruitment crisis

To celebrate 60 years, Pulse looks at how we’ve never really been out of a recruitment crisis of some sort

Competition: Win five guineas (£107) for your best referral story

To celebrate the 60th birthday of Pulse, we are running a competition from the first issue of Pulse

Pulse’s 60th birthday: the headlines through the decades

A look back at the headlines from old Pulse magazines 

Is general practice really at its lowest point?

A look at how far GP working conditions have come since the inception of Pulse 60 years ago