• Exhausted GPs could pose threat to patient safety

    In its announcement of the new consultation paper “Patient safety implications of general practice workload, the RCGP describes the proposals it is making to safeguard the health of GPs as “radical”. IHM fully supports the moves mooted but would suggest that, far from being radical” they are simply common sense.

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  • CQC Inspections: Well prepared have nothing to fear

    While RCGP expresses concern about the impact of inspection on GP surgeries,Sue Jennings, Practice Manager at Teams Medical Practice, in Gateshead,Tyne and Wear, offers some tips on surviving a visit from CQC.

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  • Exhausted GPs could pose threat to patient safety

    In its announcement of the new consultation paper “Patient safety implications of general practice workload, the RCGP describes the proposals it is making to safeguard the health of GPs as “radical”. IHM fully supports the moves mooted but would suggest that, far from being radical” they are simply common sense.

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