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Format: Briefing paper

Found 11 resources with the Format: Briefing paper on the website. This page displays the first 10 results. To display more please click the "Show all" button at the bottom of the page.
  • GM gastroenterology GP education webinarThe Greater Manchester gastroenterology GP education webinar was held on the 24th September 2020 and introduced participants to the updated endoscopy referral pathways. Presentations, questions and answers and a recording of the webinar are available to download and watch.
  • GP AssistantsThe GP Assistant (GPA) is a new role being created in order to relieve some of the pressure on GPs. Former RCGP Chair Dr Maureen Baker says the assistants would be ‘a cross between a healthcare assistant and a doctor’s PA’ which could provide a ‘short term injection of support’ for general practice.
  • Flu vaccinations 2018: guidance and planning clinicsWith appropriate planning, all patients should be able to be offered protection before the flu season starts. The latest clinical recommendations and programme delivery guidance published by NHS England can help you and your team implement the changes.
  • Making the case for quality improvement: lessons for NHS boards and leadersThis briefing paper co-authored by The King's Fund and The Health Foundation outlines 10 lessons for NHS leaders that provide a starting point for leaders seeking to embed quality improvement in their work.
  • Think physio for primary careThis briefing paper published by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy can help general practices understand the benefits of employing physiotherapists to work in primary care to care for patients with Musculoskeletal (MSK) issues.
  • New care models and staff engagement: All aboardThis briefing paper published by the NHS Confederation brings together the experiences of four vanguards which are placing staff at the centre of new care models.
  • Making time in general practiceThis briefing paper provides recommendations for reducing workload pressures on general practice including more coordinated working between GPs and hospitals, wider use of other primary care staff, better use of technology to streamline administrative burdens, and wider system changes.
  • Transforming General Practice: what are the levers for change?This briefing and accompanying literature review extrapolates learning from current and past use of incentives to encourage change in General Practice.
  • High-Impact Leadership: Improve Care, Improve the Health of Populations, and Reduce CostsThis white paper published by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement presents three interdependent dimensions of leadership that together define high-impact leadership in health care
  • Towards a new model of leadershipThis briefing paper published by the NHS Leadership Academy reviews the body of evidence which could contribute to a new Leadership Model for the NHS fit for current and future purpose.
  • The role of leaders in high performing health systemsThis briefing paper published by the King’s Fund paper explores the role that leaders have played in high performing health systems across the globe. Although not primary care-specific, it offers an interesting insight in the role of leaders and a good reference list for further reading.
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