Music in your practice

28th March 2019

Do you play music in your practice? If you do, you’ll need a licence. We investigate the new joint music licence offered by the PPL and PRS, and include information that will help you stay [read more]

Saving time and improving care with VOIP

26th March 2019

By integrating internet telephony (known as voice over internet protocol or VOIP) with its EMIS clinical system Montgomery-House Surgery in Bicester is delivering efficiency benefits for GPs and admin staff, says practice manager Steve Sharpe. [read more]

Should you have a practice WhatsApp group?

21st March 2019

WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned digital messaging platform, is a useful communication tool – but how secure is it, and should you really be using it to share practice information? We speak to security expert Kevin Curran, [read more]

Pay-per-click for your practice

18th March 2019

Leaflet drops are a great way to encourage people to register with your practice, but have you considered digital advertising? Ian Spencer describes how you can use Google Ads effectively to reach more potential patients [read more]

How fake news creates false hope

15th March 2019

An unsupported claim about ‘a complete cure for cancer in a year’ spread across the world recently, spreading false hope for those living with the disease, and their families. In this in-depth investigation, independent researchers [read more]

New PHE cervical cancer campaign

14th March 2019

Cervical cancer screening rates are at a 20-year low, says Public Health England (PHE). To help encourage more women to attend their appointments, PHE has launched is Cervical Screening Saves Lives campaign. You can view the [read more]

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