These are frequently asked questions received on the HR Helpline during the Coronavirus crisis:
Our Policy and Procedures Library is constantly being updated in line with the changes and developments to policy and law that affect primary care.
Since the beginning of the year we have all been watching the spread of Coronavirus across the world. As the government measures were put in place, we too had to rapidly change the way we work and how we treat our patients
Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult circumstances that we will ever have to face during the course of our lives. It’s important as managers that we do not add to the burden of employees and ensure we support them during a very difficult and sensitive time.
Our Policy and Procedures Library is constantly being updated in line with the changes and developments to policy and law that affect primary care
The coronavirus lockdown and ensuing pandemic restrictions have put a lot pf pressure on Practices to deal with patient demand, but it has pushed the video consultations topic to the front of the queue.
The world is a crazy place at the moment but we want to bring some positivity and welcome a dose of sunshine as spring is finally here!
You will probably have seen the word “Furlough” in the news a lot recently, but what does it mean for primary care and practice staff?
There’s no doubt that Covid-19 is having a strong impact on people’s mental health and wellbeing, especially for general practice staff.
This week’s update includes a new document on Video Consultations so that practices can provide real-time visual and audio patient assessment from a distance.
We are receiving a high volume of queries regarding paying employees who are absent from work. Based on our current understanding as of 18/03/2020.
A few weeks ago, the BMA revealed they had reached an agreement with the government and the NHS for the new GP contract from April 2020.
This week’s update includes a new document relating to the new regulations regarding bereavement.
At FPM we are always keen to celebrate the amazing work Primary Care teams do for their patients. This month we are showcasing all the fantastic things W
Following the World Health Organisation’s assessment of Covid19 as a pandemic, and the announcement from the UK government this week, the following is an update of the latest advice.
As I write this, Coronavirus seems to be taking hold across the world and has unfortunately taken its first casualties in the UK. As we stand at the frontline of healthcare, it’s up to us to have plans in place and be able to react to the ever-changing circumstances.
Our Policy and Procedure Library is constantly being updated in line with the changes and developments to policy and law that affect primary care.
The People Plan programme to secure the NHS's future workforce has been delayed. How will this affect efforts to recruit GPs and nurses in primary care?
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A practice manager shares their story of what led them to fall in love with general practice – and how the experience of overcoming the bullying behaviour of a colleague helped them become a better manager.