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Round up: learning from remote practice, charging to see your GP

Here are the health care stories that have got us talking this week:

Finding innovative solutions to health care challenges in remote areas of the UK – Tim Horton from the Health Foundation’s Improvement team blogs about the improvements we can learn from those working in remote locations

Journey of an international medical graduate – Consultant psychiatrist, Dr Deji Ayonrinde, reflects on the challenges faced by international medical graduates who come to practise in the UK

What if people had to pay £10 to see a GP? – The Nuffield Trust’s John Appleby considers the pros and cons of charging for GP appointments

Establishing the state of medical professionalism in New Zealand – The Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) compares views on professionalism of doctors in New Zealand, USA, UK and Ireland

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