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Thursday 29 June 2017

Top stories

21.06.17: Should you own and develop your own building, or find a reliable private sector partner to develop premises that you can lease? Monica Macheng
and Michael Hiscock from law firm Wright Hassall explore the options.
19.06.17: The healthcare sector relies on a significant number of migrant workers to deliver services and meet demand. But increasingly and sometimes urgently, practice managers face a number of ethical and practical challenges when a candidate or member of staff finds it difficult to obtain or extend their visa.
16.06.17: Ahead of the beginning of the Brexit negotiations, a new alliance has been formed to promote and protect the interests of patients and their healthcare services.
16.06.17: Coping with harassment at work is not an easy task and can become an uncomfortable situation. Katie Mahoney and Emily Battcock explain how to overcome the issue.
31.05.17: A 5,000-patient branch practice has been forced to plan its closure after failing to recruit new GPs for vacant positions.
08.06.17: Ann Neville is the practice manager for Darwen Healthcare which recruited 3 GPs during the last year and a half and has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC.
07.06.17: It’s worth keeping a close eye on practice finances, and with the software packages now available it’s easier than ever, writes Mark Dempsey.
19.06.17: The healthcare sector relies on a significant number of migrant workers to deliver services and meet demand. But increasingly and sometimes urgently, practice managers face a number of ethical and practical challenges when a candidate or member of staff finds it difficult to obtain or extend their visa.
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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

8th June 2017
27th June 2017
28th September 2017
5th December 2017