I am writing this on the eve of the supposed release from the restrictions that have been in place for many months, in order to reduce the number and severity of Covid cases
So, the government has decided to delay the removal of the remaining Covid-19 restrictions, to a predictably mixed response.
NHS DIGITAL is looking to centralise digital records from across England into a single database, which will be shared with researchers and commercial partners.
So, with the number of first dose Covid Vaccines reaching more than half the population, and many having had their second doses, we must prepare to resume some level of normal service
Following my recent blog on the changes to the rollout of the Covid Vaccine for the under 50s, there have been some interesting developments.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have announced that they are launching a consultation on proposed changes, for a more flexible and responsive regulation.
Now there seems to be a plan to alter again the way we work and the approach to the vaccine rollout.
Practice Managers, by and large, are used to seeing the world as it is, responding and adapting accordingly – the management of COVID being a prime example
I watched the news on 08th December 2020 thinking to myself that there is finally an end to be reached - I didn’t really think what this would mean for me as a Practice Manager or Primary Care.
I am writing this at the beginning of February 2021, almost a year with the pandemic in our lives.
“Well, this isn’t what I expected…” That’s the first thing I said to myself when I walked into the practice
I am writing this a few days after the 2nd lockdown came into operation. As front-line workers we are all aware of the impact of coronavirus, and the extra pressures bought on Primary Care.
I wonder how many of us in March thought we would be still in the depths of the pandemic as we moved into October?
Like most of us we have had concerns as to the running of Flu clinics for 2020/21. Looking at Facebook sites and listening to others, everyone is toying with different ideas to the running of this year’s campaign.
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I am writing this a few days after the announcement about the easing of the lockdown from July 4th, 2020.
The current surreal situation is changing by the day and I think the worse has yet to come when we look at re-opening our surgery doors and recommencing services.
I am writing this at the end of week 5 of the lockdown and have a lot to reflect on…
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