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Friday 21 July 2017

Top stories

21.07.17: Most GP practices in England are rated as good or outstanding the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) has revealed.
20.07.17: Over 200 English GP practices closed or merged in the year ending June 2017 – yet only eight new practices opened, the latest figures from NHS Digital reveal.
06.07.17: It is essential for practice managers to know how to get the most out of staff by turning negatives into positives, writes Keith Taylor.
30.06.17: Bereavement is one of the most challenging experiences anyone will ever face. Debbie Kerslake, chief executive of Cruse Bereavement Care, explains how to cope with bereavement at your practice.
06.07.17: It is essential for practice managers to know how to get the most out of staff by turning negatives into positives, writes Keith Taylor.
30.06.17: When it comes to providing more efficient and effective services, the quick wins have already been banked. So how do GP practices continue to improve services and save money?
30.06.17: Solicitor Jayne Harrison discusses how to avoid an employment tribunal when dismissing an employee for performance reasons.
30.06.17: Bereavement is one of the most challenging experiences anyone will ever face. Debbie Kerslake, chief executive of Cruse Bereavement Care, explains how to cope with bereavement at your practice.
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Personal practice

Angela Sharda: Virginia Patania is not a typical practice manager. Angela Sharda speaks to her about her outlook and approach.
Angela Sharda: Dr Chaand Nagpaul is not afraid to voice his views on the topics that matter to general practice. As the chair of the British Medical Association (BMA)’s General Practice Committee (GPC), he has fought hard to highlight the crisis in general practice as well as to ensure the profession is well represented within the wider NHS.
Andrew McHugh: I’m not sure what I enjoyed least about the campaign, the bullying, the bribery or the bluster of Boris Johnson

Events 2017

28th September 2017
5th December 2017