Health Education England has failed to reach its target of delivering 3,250 doctors in GP training by 2016.
Pharmacists in Scotland are to start prescribing antibiotics to women with urinary tract infections.
Prospect Health distil the impact Brexit will have on the NHS and pull out the 3 biggest issues.
Pulse brought together a panel to discuss ways to encourage more graduates to choose general practice as a career.
Med school courses were recently advertised through clearing, but some GPs claimed it’s happened before.
Professor Tony Avery on a busy 24 hours as dean of Nottingham medical school.
Three experts advise a GP
Caroline Price on progress the profession has led, and why it matters
Dr Helen Cotton argues that telephone triage can ensure GPs’ time is used wisely while Dr Matt Mayer argues that it disempowers patients and is high risk.
Large-scale general practice doesn’t improve quality of care, and actually leads to deterioration in patient satisfaction.
Receiving an angry complaint from a patient or their family which questions your care or actions can be very distressing.
Two experts advise a locum GP waiting for payment because of a complaint
David Edwards looks at the implications of workplace stress on GPs and GP practices.
Two experts advise a locum GP who doesn’t know how to avoid getting the worst jobs
Two experts advise a locum GP unsure of whether to sign prescriptions
Dr Surina Chibber gives advice for new GPs starting out as a locum
There is a definite need to grow and train NHS leaders from within the system.
In this video we look at five aspects of a potential workplace to consider before signing up
Dr Frances Cranfield, GP and assistant coroner, advises
If you’re starting out, it can be hard to know the basics – like how much you should charge.