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St John Ambulance volunteer Dr James Thambyrajah on his expectations for this year’s tennis tournament.
Dr Alison Ambrose splits her GP workload between a remote Scottish island and mainland Cumbria. Here’s how she does it.
Dr Rose Singleton on administering the Covid vaccine to the housebound in rural Cumbria
Dr Elliot Singer on a night by the ring (in a TV studio)
Dr Aiysha Malik tells Pulse about a day out of the ordinary judging the Wellcome Photography Prize 2020
The NHS People Plan released this month makes for encouraging reading at first glance. Promising flexibility, will it perhaps help modernise some of the working practices in general practice?
EXCLUSIVE: Almost 70% of GP partners say they will be offering less locum work over the next few months than pre-Covid levels, a Pulse survey has revealed.
Locum GPs should be offered 'highly flexible' salaried roles in a bid to bring them into the substantive GP workforce, NHS England has said under new plans aimed at expanding the workforce.
Health Education England will invest in 250 extra foundation year two training posts to help expand ‘shortage specialties’ such as general practice in 2020/21, it has said.
GP practices will be able to make use of salaried GPs who work flexibly across local areas via new 'banks' of doctors, the Government has announced.
Nicola Merrifield looks at which reforms will remain standard practice after the pandemic
NHS England has written to GP practices asking them to complete risk assessments for at-risk staff within four weeks, including those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
Dr Adwoa Danso is finding new ways to reach communities where some health topics are taboo
Dr Sophie Quinney shares a typical day in the life of a GPSI in trans health
GPs should base decisions on which routine work to resume ‘primarily’ on ‘clinical need’ and capacity, NHS England has said.
GP practices should resume routine work only if it can be done ‘safely’, NHS England has said.
The CQC, which suspended inspections in mid-March in response to the Covid-19 emergency, will begin a process of checking in with every GP practice in England from next week.
GPs and other NHS staff who have tested negative for Covid-19 should not return to work if they still have symptoms, NHS England has said.
Dr Daniel Bunce talks us through a day on duty at a race across the Arctic
Red tape is holding up the process of returning retired GPs to the workforce during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, Pulse has learned.