Being a GP is a tough, tiring, stressful job but it also unique, rewarding and a privilege.
Jeremy Hunt’s commitment to recruit 1,000 physician associates to work in general practice is set to cost more than £15m.
Gillian Webster explains the benefits of putting on a coffee morning for socially isolated patients.
Dr John Patterson explains how the benefits of a worker dedicated to ‘finding the problems behind the problems’.
Pulse runs through the most-read ethical dilemmas of 2016.
Deborah Wood gives her tips
Chocolates (and other edible food) and alcohol are the most popular gifts from patients to doctors.
Dr Beverley Ward advises.
Dr Lucy Obolensky describes a day working as a medic for the film crew of the BBC’s Planet Earth II
Dr Sian Roberts explains how her practice improved care for patients with dementia
Understanding how others perceive us in the workplace can be a powerful tool in the management toolkit.
How training healthcare assistants to take a history and perform basic investigation helps the whole practice work better.
Pulse explains the benefits you can get to support a GP who might otherwise leave general practice.
NHS England is set to launch a GP retention pilot for over-55s.
One of the architects of the GP Forward View tells Jaimie Kaffash that all practices will benefit from the £2.4b a year cash injection.
Students are ‘led to perceive primary care to be of lower status’.
Three experts advise a GP whose patient has faked a sick note with their name on.
Jennifer Skillen, chair of a PPG, describes how a virtual PPG got patients involved in the practice
Doctor leaders have suggested GPs should have at least a 2% pay uplift in 2017/18, to be in line with the 'wider economy'.