The Institute of Neurology
Postgraduate teaching and research in neurology at University of London. Detailed information regarding facilities, research and courses.
Dr Adam Harris Consultant Gastroenterologist
Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist whose special interests are symptoms and treatment of dyspepsia, irritable bowel syndrome at Kent and Sussex Hospital UK. Details of his practice and contact details.
West Somerset VTS
Vocational training scheme in the South West. The course schedule, training practices, educational and leisure resources details of current registrars and GP Trainers.
Other links at General Practice
GMC number and registration process required. A-Z of medical websites, information from GP magazine, Medeconomics and GP Net.
GP newspaper - the essential weekly title for general practitioners
is the essential weekly newspaper for UK family doctors, whether they are working in practices or in patients' homes.
In an NHS that is constantly changing, GP acts as a vital forum for the profession, providing GPs with a strong voice in national politics and the mainstream media while offering
The academic organisation in the UK for general practitioners. Details of membership examinations, quality initiatives and research. Members are able to access the British Journal of General Practice.
The home page of the Royal College of General Practitioners, the UK's professional body for GPs.
The RCGP is the professional
membership body for family doctors in the UK and abroad. We are
committed to improving patient care, clinical standards and GP
training throughout primary care. Details about how to join, fees
and membership benefits can be found in our
We are working with the BMA
Supporting GP education in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Information for GP's, GP educators and GP registrars. Calendar of events and details of courses listed.
Welcome to the Oxford Deanery Department of General Practice.
Our purpose is the training and development of a general practice
workforce fit for the future, and the promotion of generalism and the
role of primary care in the local NHS.
We are proud of the major contribution Oxford Region has
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