When a GP practice is under pressure the whole practice team feels the strain. Richard Stacey, senior medicolegal adviser at Medical Protection, speaks to some practice managers about the key causes of burnout and looks [read more]
How can practice managers and GP partners identify and manage performance issues early on? How do you solve conflicts before they escalate? Marie Cahalane speaks to Jane Gunn, an expert in the field, to find [read more]
Figures from NHS Digital have revealed that salaried GPs, on average, earned £53,600 during 2014/2015 compared to GP partners earning £101,500 over the same period. The former figure represents a 1.7% decrease on the previous [read more]
Last year the RCGP and the mental health charity Mind published a report which revealed that 87% of the primary care workforce – which includes general practice – experience some level of stress; this compared [read more]
A loss of commitment and drive John doesn’t feel the same about work anymore. Something’s changed. He used to approach it with commitment and drive, happily doing extra hours because he believed in where they [read more]
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“In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future.” What a fantastic quote. It’s from the educator Eric Hoffer and it is so applicable in today’s fast-moving business environment because, [read more]