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Round up: Brexit, BMA ARM and a day in the life of a GP

Sam Taylor
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Seven quick links

Here’s our pick of the blogs on medical professionalism and healthcare this week:

Our messy divorce from the EU – GP Margaret McCartney asks ‘what does leaving the EU mean for our NHS, research community, and our spirit of collectivism?’ In the BMJ’s views and reviews section.

Roy Lilley blogs about what’s next for the NHS following the EU referendum.

Brexit live blog: What next? This BMJ blog looks at the immediate reaction to the victory of the Leave vote.

Why I’m choosing general practice – Kate McFetridge, a 3rd year medical student at the University of Glasgow, writes for GP Online about how her view of general practice has changed.

A day in the life of a GP – King’s Fund article by Anna Charles and Preety Das which draws on the experiences of several GPs working in different practices.

What makes a good leader in today’s NHS? Sarah Johnson reports for The Guardian’s Healthcare Network.

BMA Annual Representative Meeting (ARM) – catch up on all the news from this week’s BMA ARM via their webcast library.

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