Top rating for GPnotebook
GPnotebook website has been named as one of the top 10 most useful medical websites for the year 2007 by the " Australian doctor ".
GPnotebook popularity
Analysis of September 2008 traffic statistics show that 50% of UK GPs access GPnotebook at least once a week.
Changes to GPnotebook in October 2010
During January 2011 there will be a number of changes to the website. The most significant will be that you will only be able to buy Generic Cialis, read 5 pages per day without logging into your account. If you are a clinician from the UK or Ireland you can still subscribe for free in association with Univadis. Medical students are also free. We have a policy of providing free access to developing countries but you need to have an approved email address. Paid for subscriptions for doctors start at £30 per year.


"I love your website, i use it daily at work, it is relevant, comprehensive and intuitive."
Phil (May 2009)
"My GP Registrars have always been keen on GP Notebook wheras I`ve spent the last few years directing them to NICE or CKS or Practical General Practice etc instead. Last year however I did think GP Notebook was a lot better- and this (Trainee) year better again. So I`m becoming a convert !"
Dr. Alan Dow (April 2009)
"I came across this website today via looking for the meanings of SLR test and FABER test. The website is very awesome! It made my life a whole lot easier! I truly appreciate for the info I received from this website:-)))) "
Robert from USA (April 2009)
"Strong search functions provide the medical sector with an encyclopaedic knowledge of medicine ( ) "
Information World Review (Sep 2007)
"I have found this website rich with accurate and up to date information. Would like to thank everyone involved in making GPnotebook what it is, please keep up the good work. "
Dr. Azadul Islam (Feb 2009)