• 26/09/2017 • Dr Charlotte Paddison
With most GP practices shown in a new report to provide good or outstanding care, Charlotte Paddison reflects on what should happen next in primary care and what can impact on its quality.
The vast majority of GP practices are providing good or outstanding care but pockets of poor quality care remain, with 1 in 10 practices needing to improve.
• 13/09/2017 • Dr Rebecca Rosen | Stephanie Kumpunen | Natasha Curry | Dr Alisha Davies | Dr Luisa Pettigrew | Lucia Kossarova
Booklets to accompany our report from July 2016.
• 06/09/2017 • 13.00–14.00 • Jonathan Serjeant
This webinar, as part of the RCGP-Nuffield Trust GP at Scale programme, will cover leadership and resilience of large scale general practice organisations
• 30/08/2017 • 13.00–14.00
This webinar, as part of the RCGP-Nuffield Trust GP at Scale programme, will explore quality in the context of large scale general practice organisations.
• 12/07/2017 • 13.00–14.00 • Ed Waller
The first webinar of the RCGP-Nuffield Trust GP at Scale programme will cover the ways in which GPs can participate with new care models and the implications for practices.
• 24/05/2017 • Natasha Curry
Natasha Curry looks at how the move to large scale general practice is working on the ground, and invites GPs to take part in a new survey on large-scale general practice.
Schemes that deliver healthcare closer to home are often better for patients but largely fail to save the NHS money.
In this slideshow, Dr Arvind Madan, Partner and CEO of the Hurley Group, discusses growth to make a difference in general practice in London.
Dr Madan presented at the event Transforming …
• 16/01/2017 • Dr Rebecca Rosen
Dr Rebecca Rosen examines why extending GP opening hours might actually worsen the winter crisis currently facing A&E.