» Language Matters
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» The opioid problem in primary care
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» Predicting and preventing relapse of depression in primary care
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» Anxiety and depression in young adults and adolescents
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» Medication-overuse headache: painkillers are not always the answer
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» Volume versus quality
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» Non-attendance for cancer investigation
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» Meeting with your practice psychiatrist
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» Correction
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» Debrief: Definitely not about wellbeing
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» 'Next please!’ Psychological and practical consequences of an inconclusive diagnosis
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» Bridging the gap between care: is speed dating the answer?
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» Margaret Hammond: an appreciation
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» Yonder: Advanced practice physiotherapists, vaccination, dehydration, and school lunches
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» John Raiman: an appreciation
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» Theatre: The Doctor
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» Theatre: A Taste of Honey
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» Patients’ descriptions of the relation between physical symptoms and negative emotions: a qualitative analysis of primary care consultations
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BackgroundPrimary care guidelines for the management of persistent, often ‘medically unexplained’, physical symptoms encourage GPs to discuss with patients how these symptoms relate to negative emotions. However, many GPs experience diff...

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