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Clinical: Journals Watch - Skin Cancer, Diabetes and Haemophilia
October 24, 2012... Too busy to read all of the journals? Let Dr Jonathan Holliday update you on the latest research. Indoor tanning and non-melanoma skin cancer risk - BMJ 2012; 345: e5909 Everyone knows about the link between UV exposure and melanoma, even people who use tanning salons. But I did not know...
How We ... Gave Patients Online Access
October 24, 2012... Marple Cottage Surgery in Stockport, Cheshire, has offered patients online access for more than 10 years and has over 1,000 of its 6,400 patients signed up for online services. Practice manager Johan Taylor explains how they did it Why we offer online services It is not just patients who...
Practice Briefing: Our New Practice Briefing Section Brings You All the Latest on Practice Management
October 24, 2012... What does the future hold for GP contracts? The July 2010 White Paper, Liberating the NHS, which preceded the Health and Social Care Act, seemed to herald a major reform of GP contracts, in England at least, including a 'single contractual and funding model' for general practice to replace...
Opinion: Amazing Technology and Human Fallibility
October 24, 2012... Technology is amazing, I think, sitting at home writing about hyperglycaemia, using my wireless internet and gazing at my posh phone which can hold one call and take another (or it would if I'd worked out how). I plan to brew a cup of coffee using my 'beans to cup' machine, feeling smugly...
Opinion: Big Brother Is Watching over NHS 'Newspeak'
October 24, 2012... In George Orwell's 1984, language is reduced and brutalised as a means of curtailing thought. Words are simplified and negatives are discouraged; bad becomes 'notgood', great becomes 'plusgood', excellent becomes 'doubleplusgood'. More nuanced words are disparaged as 'oldspeak', which is...