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E-cigarettes can be a useful tool for helping smokers to quit

2018-05-17T07:24:00+01:00

Louise Ross summarises the latest recommendations from NICE on stop smoking interventions and services and highlights the relevant points for primary care

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Resources developed by Guidelines in Practice, including animations, checklists, formulary decision guides, supplements, and webinars

  • Cow’s milk allergy in infancy: best practice in primary care

  • Webinar—The new BSG/UK-PBC guideline on the treatment and management of primary biliary cholangitis

  • Formulary decision guide: Fostair® NEXThaler (beclometasone/formoterol)

  • Formulary decision guide for COPD:
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  • Nailing your onychomycosis management

Short, informal articles from people working in primary care

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Charging for doctors' appointments

2018-04-23T16:07:00+01:00

View from the ground, by Dr Rachel Hooke

Dr Toni Hazell

The doctor will call you now

2018-03-27T07:41:00+01:00

View from the ground, by Dr Toni Hazell

Dr Punam Krishan

Dr Bawa-Garba—inappropriate scapegoat?

2018-02-27T12:12:00+00:00

View from the ground, by Dr Punam Krishan

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Is working together an answer for capacity crisis?

2018-01-24T14:29:00+00:00By

View from the ground, by Dr Satpal Shekhawat

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Glimmers of light in the gloom

2017-12-14T11:28:00+00:00

View from the ground, by Dr Jessica Garner