Health ProfessionsMarch 8, 2021
New leadership programme for GP’s launched
London South Bank University (LSBU), Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and Modality Partnership have launched the first ‘new to partnership’ GP leadership programme to provide primary care leaders with the knowledge and skills they need lead at executive level.  
HealthFebruary 2, 2021
The future of digital primary care
Gianpiero Celino, Clinical Director, Cegedim Healthcare Solutions, outlines a vision for the future of digital healthcare building on the huge progress the NHS made during 2020.
Health PolicyJanuary 4, 2021
Primary care at scale
Primary care at scale (PCaS) entered the lexicon of healthcare in the NHS in England over 10 years ago. It should be regarded as a set of principles rather than an organisational form, albeit when these principles are applied, a larger provider organisation often results.
Health ProfessionsJuly 21, 2020
GP specialty training recruitment continues to break records
Health Education England (HHE) figures published today show that it is well on course to beat its 3,500 target for recruiting doctors into general practice this year. Currently, there have been 3,441 acceptances – the highest figure ever recorded for this stage in the recruitment process.
HealthJuly 20, 2020
Coronavirus test results now visible to GPs
Covid-19 test results are now being automatically sent to GP systems as well as being communicated to the individual, giving GPs visibility of which of their patients have had Covid-19 tests and whether they have tested positive or negative.
HealthJuly 16, 2020
Using the pandemic to enhance the role of the paramedic
Adam Layland, National Head of Commissioning at Health Education England and Consultant Paramedic at Coventry and Rugby GP Alliance, outlines how Covid-19 has underscored the crucial role paramedics can play in supporting primary care and reducing hospital admissions.
Health ProfessionsJuly 3, 2020
New GP risk assessment could leave practices with fewer staff 
GPs across England have been asked to release additional information in new risk assessments. The findings reveal a significant number of staff are in at-risk groups. This could result in some staff being asked to avoid face-face contact with patients.
Health PolicyJune 8, 2020
Hitting the ground running
Building connections between GP practices and local parkrun events could help to improve the health and wellbeing of patients and staff, finds a new study by the University of Warwick.
HealthJune 5, 2020
Pandemic and primary care
For the most part, clinicians and managers have rapidly got to grips with providing access whilst protecting patients and staff from infection risk says Dr Nav Chana, Clinical Director at the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC). We now need to focus on what comes next.
HealthMay 14, 2020
Coping with the Covid aftershock for women's health
Over the past few weeks and probably extending to some months ahead, there will be thousands of women who have ignored symptoms which might lead to a cancer diagnosis. It will be a tragedy if we take a huge step back through lack of screening and late presentation, writes Dr Karen Morton

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