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The new GP plan is much better than the headlines suggest – but it’s only the beginning

Blog post 15/10/2021Dr Rebecca Rosen | Dr Charlotte Paddison

Headlines this week would not have done much to convince GPs that they are trusted or appreciated, but beyond the headlines is a real issue. Rebecca Rosen and Charlotte Paddison argue that the system of accessing care isn’t working well for staff or for many patients, and there is much in this wee...

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Chart of the week: How does patient experience of general practice vary with deprivation?

Data story 26/08/2021

Each week we present analysis of data in chart form to illustrate some key issues and invite discussion. With the recently published 2021 GP Patient Survey providing an insight into patient experience during the pandemic, Jessica Morris takes a closer look at how the results varied across areas with...

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How is remote-by-default consulting changing general practice?

Workshop 07/04/2021 • 10.00–12.00

The third in a series of workshops, this event focused on remote consulting in general practice during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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What should shape the expansion of multi-professional teamwork in general practice?

Blog post 23/12/2020Dr Rebecca Rosen | Professor Martin Marshall

While teamwork in general practice between different medical professionals has been the norm for many years, there are questions on how everyone can best work together. A blog from Rebecca Rosen and Professor Martin Marshall highlights the key issues for consideration to shape a growth in teamwork.

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Addressing the practical challenges of multidisciplinary teamwork in primary care

Blog post 23/12/2020Dr Simona Baracaia

Alongside our blog on the issues to consider while expanding multi-professional teamwork in general practice, public health registrar Dr Simona Baracaia examines the practical challenges of introducing different roles into primary care.

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Are the needs of people with multiple long-term conditions being met?

Blog post 20/11/2020Lucina Rolewicz | Sarah Scobie

Health services face major challenges in meeting the requirements of people with long-term conditions like heart disease and diabetes – and these challenges multiply in those with multiple conditions. So what does the evidence have to say about whether people with long-term conditions themselves f...

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Digital and face-to-face consultations: finding the right balance

Blog post 21/09/2020Dr Rebecca Rosen

The issue of high demand for face-to-face GP appointments has been in the news recently, after a major shift towards remote consultations during the pandemic. Rebecca Rosen explores the matter further, and argues the case for balance and some key principles.

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A digital general practice: what have we found out so far?

Blog post 06/04/2020Dr Rebecca Rosen

The Covid-19 crisis has had a big impact on general practice. Many surgeries, such as the one where Rebecca Rosen works, have switched to a universal ‘digital-first’ service – which has been argued could lead to a change for good in the longer term. Here she describes the promise of what she�...

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Urgent GP action is long overdue, but we should remember history of missing targets

Press release 09/11/2019

Helen Buckingham responds to the Conservatives’ announcement of investment in general practice.

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Primary care networks: A pre-mortem to identify potential risks

Briefing 08/11/2019

Primary care networks were introduced in early 2019 with the intention that they would stabilise general practice and act as the bedrock of integrated care systems. However, there is a lack of clarity over how broad national ambitions can be realised locally. What pitfalls face primary care networks...

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