It's that time of the month again! We've put together our handy awareness days calendar detailing some of the key days coming up for October, and links to the official pages in case you would like to get involved.
What makes a great leader in primary care? There are many perspectives on this issue, but there are some key skills we think everyone can agree on.
This week’s policy update for FPM members focuses on HR policies, with revisions to documents relating to appraisals and self-assessment, as well as making requests for references during recruitment. Try saying that one fast!
A salaried GP reveals that she has been called for jury service, but the dates clash with the weeks that your senior, full-time partner is on leave... So what is your next step?
Our Policy and Procedure Library is constantly being updated in line with the changes and developments to policy and law that affect primary care.
Our annual Practice Manager Salary Survey is now well underway, with hundreds of managers already taking part. Let’s take a look at the key findings from last year to remind ourselves of what we discovered.
All organisations that regularly process EU residents’ personal data must comply with the regulations within the Data Protection Act 2018. GDPR has given patients new rights to know what GP practices are doing with their data, so it pays to be transparent.
This week’s round-up features a brand new document on the identification and management of sepsis in general practice. Find out more inside.
The Practice Manager Salary Survey 2018 launches this week, and to mark the occasion we have decided to revisit this article all about making the most of your money.
As of April this year around 10,000 Syrian refugees have come to the UK, and registering and providing care for these individuals requires a very different approach. Would your practice be equipped to meet those needs?
Newsletters are a fantastic method of maintaining good lines of communication between practice and patient. However, it is easy to fall into stale habits and have patients start to lose interest, so we have some simple yet effective ways you can use to liven up your newsletter!
This week’s round-up features an update to the Patient Participation Group (PPG) Presentation, which is a useful resource for introducing PPGs to patients and sharing their benefits.
A member of the GP practice staff comes to you with a request to work during term-time only so that they can balance work with caring for their children during the school holidays. What would be your first step? No one said dealing with HR issues would be easy…
There is currently much discussion about whether the partnership model for General Practice is still fit for purpose.