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- Diagnosis and subsequent treatment: GPs' role. Hayes, Julian // New Zealand Doctor;7/2/2014, p34
The article discusses the important role of general practitioners (GPs) in the diagnosis, management, and treatment of colorectal cancer. It explores the warning signs of colorectal cancer based on the symptoms including rectal bleeding, abdominal pain, and unexplained weight loss. It highlights...
- General practitioners and cancer. Summerton, Nicholas // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);04/22/2000, Vol. 320 Issue 7242, p1090
Emphasizes the role of general practitioners in diagnosing cancer and its clinical management. Primary prevention strategies of general practitioners in cancer; How patients view the screening of cancer diagnosis; Difficulties of physicians in diagnosing cancer.
- 'Name and shame' GPs over cancer diagnosis. // Pulse;Aug2014, p10
The article offers the author's insights regarding general practitioners (GPs) in Great Britain who fail over the diagnosis of cancer.
- MP calls for GP cancer networks. // Pulse;11/18/2002, Vol. 62 Issue 44, p8
Focuses on the need of general practitioners for support and education in identifying and treating patients with cancer.
- IN BRIEF. // Pulse;9/22/2010, Vol. 70 Issue 27, p11
The article news briefs related to general practitioners (GP) in Great Britain focusing on the statement of Ruth Carnall, chief executive officer (CEO) at National Health Service (NHS) for London, England, that GPs consortia would attract better staff and services, and GPs are advised to...
- Great cancer diagnosis possible with hindsight we don't always have. Gray, Ben // New Zealand Doctor;11/11/2015, p18
The author discusses the release of a report by the New Zealand health and disability commissioner which almost focuses on the role of the general practitioner (GP) in the delay of cancer diagnosis, that entails that the reason for cancer's delay in diagnosis is due to the failings in doctors.
- GP moves into first NHS Lift surgery. // Pulse;5/5/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 18, p2
Reports on the medical practice of general practitioner, Nick Mawby in a building funded by the National Health Service Lift in Great Britain. Details about his medical practice; Implications for medical care.
- GMC's purpose-built test centre launched. // GP: General Practitioner;11/24/2003, p20
The GMC has opened a purpose-built testing center at its London, England headquarters this month. The center is designed for overseas doctors who are taking part two of the Professional and Linguistic Assessment Board test, which looks at practical ability. Some stations will have trained...
- Open access radiology services: availability to general practitioners in the UK. Morgan, G.F. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);10/26/1985, Vol. 291 Issue 6503, p1175
Examines the availability of open access radiology services to general practitioners in the Great Britain. Survey on the availability of the facility; View of physicians to the importance of the facility; Implication of the result on medical services of physicians.