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.


"GP-notebook is one of the best sources of concise, simple to search, authentic, evidence-based medical information available for use at the point of care, as well to keep one-self updated on primary care medicine."
Maqsood Ali (September 2013)
"Fantastic site! Helping me greatly with my MRCP1 revision."
Dr. Hugo Haller-Shannon (October 2013)
"Brilliant service & as an appraiser myself it is my top tip for new recruits. Thanks again!"
Dr. Bill Lloyd Hughes (November 2011)
"Thank you for continuing to provide such a clear and practical resource. Really useful in consultations and for appraisal. I've been using it for about 4 years, both when working in Australia and now in the UK."
Dr. Terese Tubman GP Cornwall (November 2011)
"I think gpnotebook is great for fast revision of topics when information  is needed urgently. I'm currently working in A&E and have made use of  gpnotebook on a number of occasions to good effect. I find the layout very  intuitive and summaries are not clouded with superfluous information.  Salient points are listed in the general summary for each topic then one  can choose to follow the links to read more detail on things like  aetiology, management, and related conditions etc. I always feel  reassured that what i'm reading is based on up to date peer-reviewed data with references and links to current UK guidelines. Also, i am encouraged  by the fact that the team maintaining gpnotebook come from heterogeneous  backgrounds within medicine. As such, it is a quality resource equally as  useful in hospital medicine as it is in primary care.."
Dr William Smerdon, foundation year doctor. (June 2010)