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Could the greatest hope for primary care be in a laboratory?

Click here to view your video Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune disease characterized by inflammation and damage of the joints affecting about 0.5% of the general

Playing Tennis With Snow Boots On

Click here to view your video Medical students and doctors use narrative skills on a daily basis. Taking a history from a patient, summarising a case for senior colleagues, and recording

In Doctoring Vocation Above All

Click here to view your video My interview with Karen Smith is here. My interview with Andrew Goldstein is here. I, like so many of those who filled the first ranks of family

Frailty begins in the forties

Click here to view your video Background: There is little known about pre-frailty attributes or when changes which contribute to frailty might be detectable and amenable to change.

To what extent will telemedicine survive this pandemic?

Click here to view your video Advances in medicine during wars Our research findings prior to the pandemic were guarded about the potential of video consults: Background: There is

Covid will impact all of our health

Click here to view your video Homebound status is associated with poorer physical and mental health, as well as disability in the elderly. We aimed to examine the prevalence and the role

A global and urgent need to change our behaviour

Click here to view your video Public engagement in ethically laden pandemic planning decisions may be important for transparency, creating public trust, improving compliance with public

COVID-19 will impact more than those with the virus

Click here to view your video The December, 2019 coronavirus disease outbreak has seen many countries ask people who have potentially come into contact with the infection to isolate

Making it more likely you’ll be heard doctor

Click here to view your video Background Good communication skills are integral to successful doctor–patient relationships. Communication may be verbal or non-verbal, and touch is a

How can you add value as a family doctor?

Click here to view your video Ninety percent of people will consult a family doctor in 2020. The graph on the left suggests why they will do so. A significant number will have minor self