One in 50 personnel disciplined, confidentiality threats identified, and alleged malicious uses reported, as 43% of NHS staff rely on consumer instant messaging at work WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and other unauthorised instant messaging (IM) apps [read more]
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has published it’s 2018 NHS reality check: Delivering care under pressure, representing the opinions of over 2,100 doctors and NHS teams and making recommendations as to how best to move forward The RCP [read more]
A survey conducted by British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey – which asked members of the public about their views on, and feelings towards, the NHS and health and care issues generally – has revealed a decline [read more]
CREDIT: This story was first seen in Yorkshire Coast Radio News Plans for a single building for all GP practices in Bridlington will not go ahead, Yorkshire Coast Radio News reports. East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group [read more]
The FDA will be particularly familiar to those working in smaller practices, with the charitable organisation regularly signposting their members to key educational resources in primary care. Their work includes expert-led advice on how practices [read more]
After a government source suggested that the NHS hospital crisis was the fault of GP surgeries not offering much needed patient access, and prime minister Theresa May urging practices to extend opening hours to include [read more]
‘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]
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