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GPDQ appears regularly across the UK’s news network. See our latest coverage below:

7 Ways to Avoid Catching the Flu

The Carer | 15 Nov 2018

7 ways to avoid catching the flu

Sixty Plus Surfers | 14 Nov 2018

2018 ITIJ Awards winners

International Travel & Health Insurance Journal | 1 Nov 2018

7 Ways To Avoid Catching The Flu

My Weekly | 22 Oct 2018

7 ways to avoid catching the flu

Open Access Government | 12 Oct 2018

Flu Prevention Tips For Your Family

Motherhood: The Real Deal | 24 Sep 2018

The Truth About “Man Flu”

Ape to Gentleman | 23 Sep 2018

How Families Can Prepare for Flu Season

Honest Mum | 7 Sep 2018

Top 10 Essential Devices for Parents

Up All Hours | 7 Sep 2018

The Impact Of Headphones On Your Wellbeing

Ape to Gentleman | 1 Aug 2018

How Dads Can Support Breastfeeding

Mumfidential | 1 Aug 2018

Top 10 Essential Devices for Parents

Up All Hours | 22 Jun 2018

Oh Hay Fever!

Chiswick Magazine | 1 Jun 2018

The Impact Of Technology On The Human Body

Ape to Gentleman | 11 May 2018

The Truth About Protein Shakes

Chiswick Magazine | 1 May 2018

Something in the air: how to survive 'pollenution' season

London Evening Standard | 30 Apr 2018

Ask an expert: How can I get my baby to sleep?

Herald Scotland | 19 Apr 2018

Getting baby to sleep

ThisisWiltshire.co.uk | 19 Apr 2018

Getting baby to sleep

Swindon Advertiser | 19 Apr 2018

Ask an expert: How can I get my baby to sleep?

North West Evening Mail | 14 Apr 2018

Ask an expert: How can I get my baby to sleep?

Blackpool Gazette | 13 Apr 2018

Ask an expert: How can I get my baby to sleep?

Lancashire Post | 13 Apr 2018

How To Improve Your Health With Technology

Ape to Gentleman | 20 Mar 2018

How to stick to your 2018 health goals

Chiswick Magazine | 1 Mar 2018

GPDQ focuses on health-related awareness weeks and other health-related news – Click on the subjects below to see the full press release.

Our team of media-friendly GPs are available for TV and radio interviews, and are happy to share opinion editorial or advice content.

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Dr Anshumen Bhagat

Dr Bhagat is GPDQ’s founder and Chief Medical Officer.  He’s practised as an NHS GP for 15 years in North London.  He developed GPDQ, the UK’s first doctor on demand app to connect patients with GPs to deliver top quality care.

Dr Mateen Jiwani

Dr Jiwani is one of GPDQ’s Clinical Leads.  He works as a GP, Medical Director for Enfield Primary Care Trust and is an educational lead for Royal College of General Practitioners (NWL).  He completed an NIHR fellowship in eHealth and is lecturer for Telemedicine at Imperial College.

 

Dr Sara Kayat

Dr Kayat is one of GPDQ’s founding doctors and a resident GP for the weekly ‘Second Opinion’ feature on ITV’s This Morning.

Dr Jet Khasriya

Dr Khasriya is a practising NHS-registered GP based in West London. Jet has a keen interest in medical technology, innovation and science and he’s written many articles in this field.

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Need a GP, and quick? Want to arrange an interview with a GPDQ spokesperson? Need a high res image? Whatever you’re after, our dedicated press office can help – day or night, 7 days a week.

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