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Monday 16 July 2018


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Key topics include: Employment law, Staff management, Locum GPs, Agenda for Change, Healthcare assistants
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NHS budget to get ‘significant increase’ as NHS turns 70

Thursday 7th June 2018

The Prime Minister is committed to pouring more money into the NHS, health and social care secretary Jeremy Hunt confirmed in an interview with The Guardian today. 
In March, Ms May announced long-term funding plans for the NHS and...

Thu, 1 Mar 2007
The issue of workload management is critical to general practice. With many GPs vying to see patients but battling against a pile of paperwork, practice managers may be interested in how they might improve efficiency. Here, Dr Jeremy Gray describes how he has employed a personal assistant (PA) to help him with his nonclinical tasks, which brings benefits to himself and the PA
Thu, 1 Mar 2007
Hiring locum GPs is a necessity in general practice, but since each practice has its own customs and idiosyncrasies, a fresh-faced locum may understandably require extra consideration and time from the practice manager. Here, Judith Harvey gives some tips on how to get the best out of a new locum by providing understanding, support and necessary information
Thu, 1 Mar 2007
Practice management is a profession that is still not clearly understood by those outside general practice – perhaps not surprising, considering the evolution of the role and its increased responsibilities in recent years. Debbie Bodhanya looks at how the role has developed, and at the training opportunities that now exist to help practice managers move forward even further
Thu, 1 Mar 2007
Sam Riddell, a practice director in Dundee, recently oversaw the fusion of his two practices to form one, larger surgery. Here, he shares the challenges he faced and gives some advice on how best to approach the process of forming a merger practice …
Fri, 23 Feb 2007
Firms to use hygiene technology that protects surgeries against bacterial bugs