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GP time pressures stop people from reporting cancer symptoms

GP time pressures stop people from reporting cancer symptoms

Worrying about wasting GP time is putting people off reporting cancer “alarm” symptoms, according to new research

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In the news: NHS data security; pharmacy cuts; diabetics denied surgery

In the news: NHS data security; pharmacy cuts; diabetics denied surgery

As part of the daily round up, Primary Care Today looks at the leading healthcare stories in today's news

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Primary Care and Public Health Conference 2016: Round up

Primary Care and Public Health Conference 2016: Round up

This year, Primary Care Today attended the Primary Care and Public Health conference in Birmingham on 18 and 19 of May. If you missed it, catch up and read our round up of the best tweets and updates

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GPs dramatically cut antibiotic prescribing

GPs dramatically cut antibiotic prescribing

Family doctors in England have drastically reduced antibiotic prescriptions, new data shows

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PRACTICE BUSINESS

CLINICAL

  • Asthma: facts and figures

    Asthma: facts and figures

    So far this week we’ve discussed advanced screening and the future of asthma treatment. Join us today as we’ll be talking facts and figures

NURSING & MIDWIFERY

PHARMACY

PATIENTS & PPI

COMMISSIONING

  • One in 10 CCGs behind in AMR stewardship

    One in 10 CCGs behind in AMR stewardship

    One in 10 CCGs said they did not have an antimicrobial stewardship programme in place, according to a Freedom of Information (FoI) request carried out by the Patient’s Association (PA)