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Round up: FTP, FGM, leadership and end of life care

Four quick links:

Joe Davis, Pulse wrote about the GMC’s appointment of Professor Louis Appleby ‘to interrogate its fitness-to-practise procedures to ensure that it is more ‘compassionate and sensitive’ to the needs of vulnerable doctors.’

Over 1,000 cases of FGM reported in a quarter ‘clinicians working in midwifery, obstetrics and gynaecology services reported the majority of cases’ Sofia Lind in Pulse.

Better Endings – right care, right place, right time – the NHS National Institute for Health Research’s themed review focuses mainly on the quality and organisation of care.

Ailing NHS leadership needs urgent treatment writes Richard Vize in the Guardian.

In case you missed it:

RCGP Survey reported in the Guardian: Nine in 10 GPs fear missing symptoms due to workload

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