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CQC-style inspections don't raise standards or improve patient safety, say RCGP members.
Locum GP struck off after sexually motivated behaviour.
Brexit: no deal would be "disaster" for patients in Northern Ireland, GP leader warns.
"Fit notes" could become part of GP training, says deputy chief medical officer.
Most GP trainees intend to work less than full time, survey shows.
Oral steroids fail to prevent hearing loss in children with otitis media with effusion, shows trial.
Commentary: does the selective inversion approach demonstrate bias in the results of studies using routinely collected data?
What readers thought about a research paper's approach to compare treatment effects on mortality.
Brazil's child and maternal mortality have increased against background of public spending cuts.
Focusing on overdiagnosis as a driver of too much medicine.
Doctors are given go ahead to extract sperm from unconscious man in legal first.
E-cigarettes: relax rules to help more smokers quit, say MPs.
Correction notice to paper "Agreement of treatment effects for mortality from routinely collected data and subsequent randomized trials: meta-epidemiological survey".
Diabetes: simple patient characteristics should help inform choice of second line drug, study finds.
Healthcare outcomes and quality in the NHS: how do we compare and how might the NHS improve?
CCG blocks GP at Hand's request to expand to Birmingham over safety concerns.
We should eat freshly cooked meals.
Communicating, consulting, and caring differently.
Start-up e-cigarette brand aims to "improve smokers' lives".
Managing blood pressure in older adults.
We must make clear that racism is unacceptable.
Time to design a "real health system".
NHS must work harder to retain clinical workforce, says NHS Confederation chief.
Scotland identifies public health priorities.
Measles outbreak hotspots are in US states where parents can opt out of vaccinations.