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

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In my first blog I focused on my life as a new GP, this time I would like to talk about an essential area of GP life – Continued Professional Development (CPD). As I started settling in to my n...

The rise of social media in recent years is undeniable, but some GPs are still reluctant to embrace it. Two most common concerns that we’ve come across are: (understandably) a lack of time „I...

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...

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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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  • In my first blog I focused on my life as a new GP, this time I would like to talk about an essential area of GP life – Continued Professional Development (CPD). As I started settling in to my ne...

  • 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 ...

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