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Lung Cancer & Covid: A Clinical Conundrum

Dr Kate Digby
17th September 2020

Like many others, I am currently finding clinical work a challenge. It seems that making between 30 & 40 patient contacts each day is standard (for some it may be worse), and the majority of these are...

Hot Topics GP Update Course Autumn 2020 Preview

Dr Simon Curtis
10th September 2020

The Hot Topics GP Update course is a fun, inspiring and informative course packed with learning points to take away to use in practice. This Autumn our courses are available as webinar events which you...

Learning Disabilities - time to reboot an important QI project

Dr Rob Walker
12th August 2020

There have been many tragedies through the COVID-19 pandemic, but in terms of quality improvement delivery in primary care, our inability to focus on the two new QOF QI Domains of earlier cancer diagnosis...

Chronic Pain: let’s be honest, the drugs don’t work…

Dr Simon Curtis
5th August 2020

Nobody knows better than GPs the huge problem of chronic pain and the secondary dependency on prescription drugs. We have been aware of this issue for a long time and evidence has been accumulating year...

SGLT2 inhibitors - benefits for the pump, pipes and filter

Dr Rob Walker
30th July 2020

As we start progressing to the ‘new normal’ in General Practice (hands up like me who is less than enthusiastic about that term - what, on earth, is normal about what are doing currently?!) one of the...

Burnout - Burning the COVID Candle

Dr Neal Tucker
22nd July 2020

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