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Could this child have a brain tumour?

Simon Curtis
15th November 2017

General practice is hard. Endlessly rewarding yes, but hard in the sense of the numbers of patients we have to see, the complexity of the decisions we have to make and the responsibility we then have to...

Chronic vertigo - the drugs don’t work

Rob Walker
8th November 2017

For those of you at medical school in the mid/late 1990s, the no. 1 hit song from The Verve ‘The drugs don’t work’ was no doubt an anthem belted out at many a bar or club. In parallel with the subject...

The Slow Art & Science of Healing Leg Ulcers

Lucy Hamilton
18th October 2017

Getting Mary Back to Goa

Subclinical Hypothyroidism in the Elderly - A Small Victory in Addressing Overdiagnosis

Rob Walker
12th October 2017

New England Journal of Medicine June 2017

Hot Topics Course Preview, Autumn 2017

The NB Team
6th September 2017

We are getting very excited about our upcoming Autumn 2017 Hot Topics courses! 

The misuse, abuse & addictive potential of gabapentinoids

Simon Curtis
2nd August 2017

Rob comes to see you. Life is hard for him. He is 40, lives alone, has chronic pain from multiple previous fractures and associated nerve damage. He has a past history of drug and alcohol misuse, but he...

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