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CVD Webinar - Q&A Summary

Dr Sarah Davies
13th February 2020

On Wednesday the 29th January we ran the first in a series of three free evening CVD Webinars, with a view to getting into the real detail of cardiovascular disease management in primary care over the...

Improving early diagnosis of cancer: Goodbye tick boxes, Hello RDCs

Dr Simon Curtis
11th February 2020

Julie was 60 and presented with some cramping low abdominal pains and bloating. She had lost some weight and feels tired. She was a smoker. I did a CXR and some bloods. The CXR was fine, but she had a...

Wuhan Novel Coronavirus – what we need to know in general practice

Dr Neal Tucker
30th January 2020

The start of 2020 has seen the emergence of a new disease - the Wuhan novel coronavirus. Everywhere in the news at the moment, but how worried should we be and what do we need to know in general practice?

#TeamGP – why we need to learn together

Ahmed Rashid
16th January 2020

Learning is all about making some sort of change. As GPs, it can be easy for us to think of our learning simply as a process we go through to tick a box in our appraisals. But maybe we should be thinking...

Happy Mums, Happy Tums

Martin Drewry - HPA
23rd December 2019

NB Medical have joined forces with charity Health Poverty Action’s UK Aid Match campaign, where the UK government will match public donations raised towards the charity’s Happy Mums, Happy Tums appeal...

Inhalers, The Environment and General Practice

Neal Tucker
12th December 2019

In case you hadn’t noticed, today there is a general election in the UK. As ever, the NHS is the nation’s top priority, but for the first time the environment is also high on the agenda. While the public...

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