About GP magazine subscription
GP is as much an acronym for ‘General Practitioners’, as it is for the weekly newspaper launched in 1963 for the family doctors of UK, with the same name. In a vibrant National Health Service scenario, GP has emerged as a brand name to be reckoned with, in national politics and the mainstream media. GP has projected itself as an effective platform for doctors, whether they are occupied in their own practices or at patient’s premises, to voice their concerns in their quest to do full justice to their profession with dignity and maximum efficiency.
It serves to break the monotony in the not so enviable life of a GP, by exposure to a plethora of articles ranging from the light hearted ones to those of clinical guidance of highest standards in general practice and primary healthcare, by a professional team of cartoonists and columnists. The latest medical news, opinion and analysis are on offer on a platter through GP, apart from a range of articles covering key clinical areas, weekly review of the journals and an in-depth Clinical section containing detailed clinical reviews.
The MedEconomics section serves the entrepreneurial streak in GP’s by rendering practical advice relating to personnel, accounting, security and other management related matters. GP’s training issues are serviced by the Education section. The GPCommissioning Column highlights the activities of the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) aimed at improving patient care through support, coaching, and dissemination of best practice examples, with a focus on progress through innovation. GPJobs deals with job opportunities within the industry across UK. The GP BackPage is devoted to readers to share their “Plain Tales” for public consumption under the same caption.
GP is all about presenting a bird’s eye view of what is happening in the GP sector for the benefit of GP’s! so get your copy today!