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GP Clinics — A CME Journal for Family Physicians

The most efficient, engaging, and effective solution to improve the quality of your practice. GP Clinics is a way to clinical perfection with diagnostic quizzes, Dr YK Amdekar's revision notes, photoclinic, case studies, legal and nutritional pearls, drugs in practice, clinical trial recap in 2 minutes, 1 minute quiz, x-ray tutorials, and much more interesting content empowered with high resolution colored pictures to enhance your clinical fulfillment.

The new addition: DocisLive.com monthly webinar's summary by Dr YK Amdekar with all Q&As will be published in GP Clinics every month. Keep a watch!

Stay informed for better patient care

GP Clinics, a monthly CME journal for family physicians, offers a convenient and time saving way to update your clinical knowledge. Its easy-to- use, reader friendly format with excellent color photographs provides an unmatched CME resource, which helps you in your day-to-day clinical practice.

GP Clinics Features

Action Filled Diagnostic Quizzes

  •  What's Your Diagnosis?
        Sharpen Your Physical Diagnostic Skills
  •  Photo Quiz:
        Self-Test Your Diagnostic Acumen
  •  Photo Essay:
        Focus on Signs and Symptoms
  •  Photoclinic:
        Foresee Your Next Patient
  •  Dermclinic:
        A Photo Quiz to Hone Dermatologic Skills
  •  What's the 'Take Home':
        Pearls From Clinical Cases
  •  Diabetes Q & A:
        Alpha/Omega of Beta Cell (and More)
  •  Case In Point:
        An Intriguing Diagnosis
  •  Radiology Quiz:
        Hone Your Interpretive Skills
  •  ECG Challenge:
        Test Your Interpretive Skills


  •  Diabetes Desk:
        Unite to See World Free of Diabetes
  •  Drugs in Practice:
        Critical Drug Reviews
  •  Pitfalls In Prescribing:
        How to Minimize Drug Therapy Risks
  •  Primary Care update:
        Brief Summaries for Clinical Practice


  •  Legal Pearls:
        Law Perspective in Medicine
  •  Pearls of Wisdom:
        Information I Wish I Had Known Earlier
  •  Nutritional pearls:
        Nutrition and Health

Lab Insight

  •  Know The Test You Order:
        Lab Report in Disease Management

No Discrimination

  •  Let's Talk TB:
        A Series on Tuberculosis


  •  Quick Case Workup:
        Critical Analysis to Reach At a Diagno
  •  Case Study:
        Real Life Cases

Medical Tips

  •  Practical Pointers:
        Discover Shortcuts in Medicine

Priority Updates From Research:

  •  Top Papers of the Month:
        Articles You Don't Want To Miss
  •  News You Can Use:
        Useful Information From The research
  •  Research Report:
        Current Research At a Glance

Handy journal best suited for

  •   Family Physicians
  •   General Practitioners
  •   AYUSH Doctors
  •   Primary Care Physicians
  •   Internal Medicine Practitioners
  •   Family Medicine Practitioners
  •   IMA Members
  •   GPA Members
  •   NIMA Members
  •   State Medical Councils’ Members


GP Clinics presents very crisp and easily palatable clinical information, which is sure to help Family Physicians improve their day to day patient care. The latest development in medicine and high resolution colored pictures are the hall mark of the journal. All Family Physicians must take maximum advantage of GP clinics.
Dr Agam Vora, MD (Chest and TB), DETRD, FIAHE, FCCP, FSASMS
Asthma and Allergy Specialist, Consultant Pulmonologist and Chest Physician, Mumbai
Being a regular reader of GP Clinics since 2010, find it an excellent CME resource for practicing physicians. Diagnostic quizzes in a case study format with excellent colored pictures is The 'Take Home' from the
Dr Ritu Singla, MBBS, DNB
I have been associated with GP Clinics as a member of the Advisory Editorial Board for several years now. I find this journal to be an excellent means for imparting continuing education to family practice doctors in India and abroad.
Professor, Behavioral & Environmental Health
School of Public Health, Jackson State University, USA
GP Clinics is one of the most economical, reader friendly medical journal, available in India. It is full of practical and clinical knowledge acquired by decades of clinical practice by the wizards in the field of medicine. The Photo Quiz, CMEs, Legal Pearls, Newer Molecules…the list is endless…
Dr Nitin Rajan Kochar, (MD) (Ayurved)
Hon. Ayurveda Consultant at KEM Hospital, Mumbai and University of Mumbai
A medical journal with a class and quality in presentation as well as content. All regular sections are quite informative to update us. 'Drugs in Practice' column giving critical analysis about all drugs for a chosen therapy area is quite interesting.
Dr Gaurav Vijay, MBBS
I am grateful to GP Clinics for publishing 3 editions of the Let’s Talk TB book, and for making it free access. Their desire to educate GPs, through GP Clinics, about evidence-based clinical practices is commendable.
Prof Madhukar Pai, MD, PhD, FCAHS
Canada Research Chair in Epidemiology & Global Health
Director, McGill Global Health Programs


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