The Pulse November magazine is a special issue on the NHS ‘rescue’ plan for general practice.
The Pulse November issue features five pages on the implications of the plan for GPs, including funding, the move to face-to-face appointments and the potential for league tables. We also provide a ‘mythbuster’ to challenge many of the claims in the unpopular plans. We also look at the increased numbers of GPs seeking counselling.
In our clinical section this month, we focus on the key questions around cow’s milk protein allergy, plus cognitive impairment from long Covid and on performing remote consultations for adult respiratory conditions.
We also focus on increasing list sizes, we highlight a campaign set up by a GP to speak to patients more widely and Copperfield explains why GPs are so great – sometimes.