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Our team of experienced health reporters and clinical
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their professional capacity: health politics, clinical developments
and business management. In a more light-hearted vein, a lifestyle
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practice management, human resources, computing and internet,
website reviews and app reviews.
The clinical section is commissioned from GPs and specialists
practising in the areas of sports medicine, nutrition, occupational
health, elder health, medical defence, dermatology, sexual health,
travel medicine, child health and clinical updates on topical
How to Treat
In alternate issues GP experts and specialists discuss in detail
the treatment of a particular clinical condition.
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