GP (magazine)

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GP (magazine), now GP Online, was a fortnightly (weekly) magazine for general practitioners (GPs) in the UK. Originally called General Practitioner, GP has been published by Haymarket Media Group, which is owned by Lord Michael Heseltine, since 1963.

The title contains news, features and opinion articles about clinical, financial and political issues of relevance to GPs across the UK:[1] The magazine also incorporates Medeconomics, which was a separate, stand-alone title until December 2005.

GP’s website launched in December 2010, replacing Healthcare Republic considered an invaluable education resource for nurses and General Practitioners.[2]

The publication's regular columnists include Dr Mary Selby and Dr Liam Farrell.[3]

GP also produces conferences and a series of DVDs on consultation skills, both of which launched in 2010.[4]

GP is no longer in print, going fully digital in July 2015.[5]


  1. ^ GP about us
  2. ^ King, Dawn (1 August 2007). "Getting the best out of Healthcare Republic". Independent Nurse. 2007 (8). doi:10.12968/indn.2007.1.8.75113. ISSN 1747-9800.
  3. ^ "Press Gazette". Archived from the original on 7 September 2012. Retrieved 4 November 2011.
  4. ^ Third DVD Effective Consulting series available
  5. ^ June 2015, on the 18. "GP brand goes digital only - and new MIMS Learning magazine launches". Retrieved 21 February 2021.

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