Diabetes UK calls for end to postcode lottery on standards of care
Age and diabetes duration raise risk of hypos and CV complications
NHS call for greater integration of community pharmacy in primary care
Current lack of policy amounts to complicit mass child neglect
GPs seek advice on amending records and disclosing patient history
The importance of taking anti-malaria tablets when travelling to high-risk areas
The rehabilitation of thalidomide
Is there ever really an opportunity to have a quick consultation?
Why obesity is bad for health
Will it resuscitate general practice?
Things aren't that bad, says Michael Kilshaw
Is the population really ageing?
Louise Newson discusses whether this is really a good idea
Saline instead of colloidal solutions for correcting hypovolaemia
Jonathan Fitzsimon interviews Dr Sarah Purdy, GP and Reader in the Academic Unit of Primary Health Care at the University of Bristol, about her diverse clinical and academic career
The responses from 1051 GPs to our exclusive OnMedica survey paint a vivid picture of some the challenges faced by the profession. While the new GP contract seems to offer hopes of improvements ahead, will it be enough to ensure the sustainability of the system?
Heather Henry, NHS Alliance National Executive lead for culture and behaviour and for inequalities, highlights the importance of primary and community nursing in the management of long-term conditions
At a time when the NHS is under enormous pressure in the wake of rising demand, the need to reconfigure healthcare services using innovative models of care is intensifying
A reflection on the benefits of an evidence based approach to the provision of a healthcare workforce fit for the future
Dr Dido Green and Yvonne Farquharson of Breathe Arts Health Research explain a new approach to hemiplegia therapy: 'Breathe Magic'
A guide to the diagnosis of endometrial carcinoma with an overview of treatment options
With Christmas approaching and many people running to shed weight, this article looks at the recognition and treatment...
A comparison of the two methods of oral hormonal post-coital contraception available in the UK with update from...
Shingles vaccine supply restored, and strong uptake of flu vaccinations reported this year, Public Health England says
A clinical review looking at the diagnosis and management of this disabling condition that can easily be dismissed...
This course addresses the issues of diabetes care in the busy, ever-changing environment of general practice
Updated case history, with additional clinical images, covering the presentation, diagnosis and management of this common skin condition...
Although uncommon it is essential it is diagnosed and treated promptly to reduce any irreversible complications
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