A combination of case studies, commentary and research features, which explore and share best practice in all areas of general practice and primary care management

Features

Waiting rooms: A little something for the wait

Prioritising the patient In an ideal world the perfect waiting room would be a serene sanctuary for patients, with reading materials resembling a local library accompanied by user-friendly check-in computer systems and quiet conversations part [read more]

Taking control of diabetes care in practice

Features
The increase in the number of people with long-term conditions is putting added pressure on healthcare resources. Enabling patients to effectively manage their own illness can be an efficient way of alleviating this; as Lindsay [read more]
Features

Practice assets: It’s not all tied up

‘It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…’ The opening words of Charles Dickens’ a Tale of Two Cities now ring true for GPs and their practices; pressure is mounting due to severely stretched [read more]
Features

Planning for tomorrow

According to Understanding pressures in general practice, the 2016 King’s Fund report, more GPs today are retiring – and retiring earlier. A 2015 national survey of GPs by the British Medical Association reported that 34% [read more]
Editors choice

Keeping the data dream alive

Q. Can you tell us about the early life of Brisdoc and your current role at the organisation? A. It was originally an OOH co-operative in the early days of doctors being able to give [read more]