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Long covid—an update for primary care - 2 days

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### What you need to know This article updates and extends a previous BMJ Practice Pointer published in August 2020 when almost no peer...

Paediatricians have called on the UK’s new prime minister, Liz Truss, to take urgent action to tackle rising child inequalities and poverty amid the...

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The BMJ

Helen Salisbury: Bank holiday blues - 5 days

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Bank holidays are always a bit of a headache in general practice. The demand from patients doesn’t go down but is, instead, squeezed into...

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Self-testing for covid-19 - 1 week

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Adding oropharyngeal to nasal sampling is not the answer to underperforming tests In a linked paper, Schuit and colleagues (doi:10.1136/bmj-2022-071215) tackle the issue of...

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    Self-testing for covid-19 remains a vexing problem with many open questions, say @Tfeend and Charles Poole. "The real world performance of antigen tests remains highly variable" and "a single negative test result cannot be interpreted in a vacuum" https://t.co/dXN5DGVnI4 - view on twitter

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The BMJ

Long covid—an update for primary care - 3 days

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### What you need to know This article updates and extends a previous BMJ Practice Pointer published in August 2020 when almost no peer...

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### What you need to know This article updates and extends a previous BMJ Practice Pointer published in August 2020 when almost no peer...

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The BMJ

Self-testing for covid-19 - 6 days

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Adding oropharyngeal to nasal sampling is not the answer to underperforming tests In a linked paper, Schuit and colleagues (doi:10.1136/bmj-2022-071215) tackle the issue of...

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    Self-testing for covid-19 remains a vexing problem with many open questions. What should we take from a new study? "The real world performance of antigen tests remains highly variable" and "a single negative test result cannot be interpreted in a vacuum." https://t.co/dXN5DGUPSw - view on twitter

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Urgent action is required to protect patients, physicians, and health systems A substantial proportion of healthcare professionals report symptoms of burnout.12 Research into the...

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    “The pervasive nature of physician burnout indicates a defective work system caused by deep societal problems and structural problems across the sector,” warns Matthias Weigl. Urgent action is imperative to design working environments that prevent burnout https://t.co/D8UrkpjY5l - view on twitter

Healthcare professionals have urged governments across the world to lay out a legally binding plan to phase out fossil fuel use worldwide as part...