Special series: General Practice after Covid-19

David Misselbrook is Deputy Editor of the BJGP.

Last month BJGP Life put out a call for articles on the theme of “General Practice after Covid-19″. During the rest of April we will be publishing the best of them every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

It has been fascinating to read the articles as they come in. It is often said that organising GPs is like herding cats – our independence has always been our strength. But one’s weaknesses are often the dark side of one’s strengths, and we are receiving some very mixed messages. These articles advocate many different paths, some mutually contradictory.

But it is best if you read them and make up your own mind. Please feel free to leave comments – the comment box is at the very bottom of the article page.

At the end of the month we will look at what messages emerge. Remember where you heard it first!

Featured photo by Shoeib Abolhassani on Unsplash 

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