It’s not about ideas,it’s about making ideas happen (3)

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Today, we sit down for a quick chat with Dr Knut Schroeder – a GP working on several interesting apps. How will the future of healthcare be shaped by technology and apps? I believe technology wi...

Working at scale is a concept that most practices have had to at least consider in the last 12 months, maybe because of an approach from another practice, a development in a federation company, a pus...

Ann Ball, a paramedic working in general practice was inspired by our recent view “A paramedic’s move to general practice” and decided to share her experience. Background The end of...

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  • Pamela Sturges, a second year medical student from Keele, explains how she views GP as a potential career choice. Becoming a medical student in itself is a great challenge. Getting the highest grades,...

  • Sure, job satisfaction isn’t always about what you get. I’m certainly not a GP for the money, working in an inner city practice which earns 2/3 of the average for my area. We don’t have to worry about...

  • This is the story of a GP registrar (Lauren), her trainer (Bill), and their quality improvement project for general practice. Most registrars pick an audit for their quality improvement work, but Laur...

  • At a careers event, I was once asked what my most satisfying case was from my time in GP. Several sprang to mind: a few “clever” diagnoses, people I’d helped through depression, patients, and families...

  • I had a bit of an epiphany recently. In fact, let us call it a rejuvenating time in my career. One of my patients had come to the front desk asking for help. He was desperate. He said his wife was ver...

  • Hello everyone, my name is James and this is hopefully the first of many blog posts about my experience as a recently qualified GP.  I gained my CCT in December 2016 and I was fortunate enough to rece...

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  • Neither patients nor GPs are stopping antidepressants A randomised cluster trial shows how challenging it is to stop antidepressants. Patients and GPs are apprehensive even when prescribing falls outs...

  • My practice, Oxford Terrace and Rawling Road Medical Group, is situated in Central Gateshead. We support a population of about 15,200 patients in a community that is predominantly deprived, with high ...

  • “Doctor, look – I managed to keep the weight off!” beamed Mr O, as he patted his trim waist and stepped onto the scales. I smiled in anticipation, genuinely warmed by his excitement. When I firs...

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