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Sunday 26 April 2015

Top stories

24.04.15: A new programme to get doctors into general practice has been launched with the backing of the Royal College of General Practitioners, NHS England, Health Education England and the British Medical Association
24.04.15: The Party of Wales plans to recruit 1,000 extra doctors to keep the NHS sustainable in all parts of Wales
24.04.15: Holycroft Surgery in West Yorkshire has attracted much deserved media attention over the years off the back of its hard work behind the scenes and with its patients
24.04.15: All eyes are on Greater Manchester following the devolution of funds for health and social care. What does it mean for practices?
31.03.15: The Royal College of GPs has hailed the decision by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to abolish the current banding system for GP practices as a ‘victory for common sense’.
01.04.15: NHS England is testing a mobile ‘lab in a bag’ that allows GPs to carry out diagnostic tests and get the results quickly themselves without having to wait on hospital labs to do this for them.
02.04.15: Patients across England are set to benefit from a £350 million investment in GP services.
17.04.15: Counselling psychologist, Noemi Viagano, from SilverCloud health, has revealed her top tips on managing stress
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Personal practice

Steve Field: CQC chief inspector of general practice explains intelligent monitoring -one of the tools now being used to support their new approach to inspection
Steve Field: The CQC is currently consulting on a new approach to inspecting healthcare services in prisons, youth offender institutions and immigration removal centres
Andy Drane: How will general practice be affected if Scotland decides to become independent? Two days before the ground-breaking vote specialist healthcare solicitor Andy Drane outlines possible changes

Events 2015

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