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A dedicated area for GP practices covering up-to-date guidance on service delivery, premises, staffing and partnerships.
Guidance and information for GP practices on delivering patient services.
Information and resources for GPs, practices and LMCs on the four main models of collaborative working in general practice.
Letter templates, guidance, case studies and other practical resources to help practices manage your workload.
This guidance summarises some of the key potential opportunities for general practice from the Forward View, and provides a steer for LMCs and practices on maximising its potential to deliver change locally.
Read essential information and guidance on a range of staffing issues in GP practices, from employing shared staff to the value of GP networks.
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RT @Krishanx: It’s here it’s here, the sessional newsletter is here!!! This months editions includes blogs from @dr_zo and myself.
12 Oct 2018 5:33 PM
Following meetings with @rvautrey the health secretary has committed to increased investment in primary care. Read… https://t.co/rMbAFrBRsz
12 Oct 2018 11:14 AM
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