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The small brain project

MANIFESTO (of sorts)

Electronic health records have great potential. Unfortunately, current systems are not taking advantage of reliable and well-developed algorithms for multimedia. We are embarking on a series of projects to explore and utilize this powerful potential. 604 more words


Healthy Holiday Survival Guide

By Felecia Sumner, D.O., Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Physician

The holidays are a time to spend with family and loved ones and, of course, to eat! Although we may have the best of intentions, the spread of turkey, chicken, casseroles, pies and more may make it difficult to keep up with your healthy goals for the year. 834 more words

Fitness & Wellness

NHS Declined Pay Rise – Are you to strike back?

Here at Primary Care People we are very supportive of our nurses, and appreciate the work they perform every day, helping to save lives. We were very disheartened in the office that the 1% pay rise had been declined. 383 more words

Medical Blog

GAIN-D: Supporting More Ambitious Diabetes Care

GAIN-D is back, by popular demand from GPs and practice nurses!

GAIN-D stands for “Getting Ambitious IN Diabetes care” and was created by Dr Pete Davies in 2007.   369 more words


Geriatric medicine in New Zealand: the patients

In the first part of this two-part blog, Vicky Henstridge looks at the patients she’s cared for since moving from the UK to New Zealand. 591 more words

Acute Care

Local is Where Health Care Transformation Lives

“You’ll go two blocks for primary care, twelve blocks for specialty care, and a hundred miles for a total head transplant.” –  Ian Morrison

We must transform health care in the United States. 658 more words