• Long COVID podcast

    Dr Lisa Adams and Dr Sara MacDermott talk to GP and Professor of General Practice Research Carolyn Chew Graham about Long COVID.
  • Resources to support remote consultation

    This mindmap published by GP Excellence and Greater Manchester Training Hub provides a simple yet comprehensive collection of useful resources to support GPs, Advanced Clinical Practitioners and Practice Nurses to undertake remote consultations.
  • Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: An Introduction to GP and GP Nurse Fellowships

    In this podcast, Lisa and Sara speak with GP and GM training hub Clinical Lead Dr Gill Tonge about GP and GP Nurse Fellowships.
  • Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: Headaches

    In the latest episode of the Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast Lisa and Sara speak to Consultant Neurologist, Dr Matt Jones about headaches.
  • Personalised Care Institute

    The Personalised Care Institute is a virtual training hub for all health and care staff to access a wide-range of flexible and accredited elearning courses and gain the knowledge and confidence to provide Personalised Care to their patients.
  • GM gastroenterology GP education webinar

    The 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.
  • Remote consultations handbook

    This guide aims to provide clinicians with some guidance on how to modify their usual history taking and examination techniques to enable a productive and safe remote consultation via webcam or telephone.
  • Guidelines for managing patients with dyspepsia in primary care

    Dyspepsia is a term that describes a collection of symptoms that affect the oesophagus (gullet), stomach or duodenum (the first part of the small intestine). This pathway provides guidance on managing patients with dyspepsia in primary care.
  • Patient information leaflet to support patients with dyspepsia

    Dyspepsia is a term that describes a collection of symptoms that affect the oesophagus (gullet), stomach or duodenum (the first part of the small intestine). This leaflet provides information for patients about non-ulcer dyspepsia, the diagnosis given to a patient who has symptoms of dyspepsia when no specific medical cause can be found.
  • Getting Into Research – online workshop

    The GM GP Excellence Programme, in conjunction with the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network Greater Manchester, invite those working in Primary Care to an online workshop on 24th September 2020 from 2:30-4pm to consider becoming research active - providing opportunities for your patients and team to play a part in research and innovation.
  • Handbook for video consultations

    This guide aims to provide clinicians with some guidance on how to modify their usual history taking and examination techniques to ensure a safe and effective consultation for clinicians working via a webcam.
  • COVID-19 Episode 10: Staff Risk Assessment in General Practice​

    In the latest episode of the Primary Care Knowledge Boost podcast GPs Sara and Lisa talk to Greater Manchester based GP Dr Jaweeda Idoo and Practice manager Gina Bird about their experiences of staff risk assessments in general practice at the moment.
  • Respiratory conditions – Remote consulting tips for GPNs

    This document provides guidance for general practices on managing patients with respiratory conditions remotely via either telephone or video consultations.
  • Diabetes – Remote consulting tips for GPNs

    This document provides guidance for general practices on managing patients with diabetes remotely via either telephone or video consultations. 
  • The Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast – Fibromyalgia Part 2

    In this podcast, Lisa and Sara discuss the management of fibromyalgia in general practice with Professor Anthony Jones and Consultant Physiotherapist William Gregory.
  • Guide to setting up remote working and video consultations

    This guidance provides an overview of how to set up remote working and video consultations as part of a wider model of triage first and remote consultations in primary care.
  • COVID-19: Episode 9: Suspected Cancer During COVID-19

    In this podcast Lisa and Sara speak with Dr Sarah Taylor and Dr Viren Mehta about the challenges in general practice at the moment in assessing and investigating patients for suspected cancer symptoms.
  • Information about COVID-19 for primary care in Greater Manchester

    Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership have published information about useful resources related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in primary care settings across Greater Manchester at https://gmprimarycare.org.uk/coronavirus.
  • Guidance on home visits during the Coronavirus pandemic

    This resource published by the RCGP provides helpful guidance to general practice staff about home visits during the Coronavirus pandemic.
  • COVID-19 Episode 7: Research into COVID-19 in Primary Care

    In this podcast, Lisa and Sara talk to doctors involved in primary care research to give an overview of what developments are happening in COVID-19 research in the community at the moment.
  • Medical appraisal

    This online guidance produced by NHS England give an overview of the medical appraisal process and includes information and resources to help medical appraisers carry out their roles effectively and consistently.
  • The Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: COVID-19 Episode 6: Shielding

    COVID-19 Episode 6: Shielding (supported by GP Excellence) There have been a lot of questions within primary care regarding shielding and vulnerable patients. Sara and Lisa speak to Dr Joanna Bircher and Dr Viren Mehta about the confusion and get their thoughts on the subject. In the episode we cover: ​Demystifying all of the terminology and putting it ... Read more
  • Greater Manchester Training Hub

    The Greater Manchester Training Hub is a collaboration of four local training hubs, providing support for general practice around workforce development and retention.
  • Covid-19 Time for Care support for general practice

    Practices and Primary Care Networks (PCNs) are rapidly changing how they work. Time for Care can help you implement changes smoothly, safely and sustainably – whatever stage you are at. Fully funded support to implement rapid changes in response to COVID-19 is available for practices and PCNs to access at no charge. Benefits for you ... Read more
  • A guide for GPs considering employing a practice pharmacist

    This guide published by the Primary Care Pharmacists Association will be useufl for GPs and Practice Managers considering employing a practice pharmacist.
  • The Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: COVID-19  – Episode 5

    COVID-19 Episode 5: End of Life Care (supported by GP Excellence) A current concern for primary care clinicians is how to manage end of life care in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Lisa and Sara are joined by Dr Liam Hosie, Dr Adam Firth and Dr Viren Mehta who have sifted through the key information ... Read more
  • Physician Associates: A working solution in primary care

    This booklet published by the Royal College of Physicians will support general practices to understand the role of Physician Associates, where they fit into general practice and their scope of practice.
  • Physician Associate person specification

    This person specification template published by the Royal College of Physicians will be helpful for any general practice that is considering recruiting a Physician Associate to work as part of their primary care team.
  • GP Supervisor and Physician Associate Guide

    This guide published by the Royal College of Physicians will be helpful for any general practice that has recently recruited or is considering recruiting a Physician Associate to work as part of their primary care team.
  • The Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: COVID-19 

    COVID-19 Episode 3: Managing COVID-19 in General Practice (supported by GP Excellence) Lisa and Sara are joined by GPs Dr Viren Mehta and Dr Joanna Bircher who summarise new guidelines and evidence relevant in primary care this week. Covered this episode: Clinically recognised natural courses of COVID-19 infection Remotely assessing and risk stratifying COVID-19 patients Learning points ... Read more
  • The Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: COVID-19  – Episode 3

    The Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: COVID-19  COVID-19 Episode 3: Managing COVID-19 in General Practice (supported by GP Excellence) Lisa and Sara are joined by GPs Dr Viren Mehta and Dr Joanna Bircher who summarise new guidelines and evidence relevant in primary care this week. Covered this episode: Clinically recognised natural courses of COVID-19 infection Remotely assessing ... Read more
  • Physician Associate sample job description

    This Physician Associates job description published by the Royal College of Physicians will be helpful for any general practice looking to recruit a Physician Associate to work as part of a multidisciplinary primary care team.
  • Physician Associate job description

    This Physician Associates job description will be helpful for any general practice looking to recruit a Physician Associate to work as part of a multidisciplinary primary care team.
  • Who are Physician Associates?

    This leaflet published by the Royal College of Physicians explains the role of Physician Associates, how they work, where they fit into general practice and their scope of practice.
  • The Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: COVID-19  – Episode 2

    In this, our second of the COVID-19 specific episodes, GPs Lisa and Sara are joined electronically by Dr Dan Bunstone (GP and Clinical Director of Warrington CCG and Chief Medical Officer at Push Doctor) and Dr Joanna Bircher (GP partner, clinical director for GP Excellence and Pandemic Lead for her PCN). We discuss: Advantages of ... Read more
  • The Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: COVID-19

    Just released: COVID-19 Episode 1: Introductory tips for general practice In this first episode we talk to Dr Joanna Bircher (GP partner, clinical director for GPExcellence and Pandemic Lead for her PCN) and Dr Viren Mehta (GP partner, clinical director of his PCN and clinical director for Stockport CCG). ​We summarise some of the Standard Operating Procedure ... Read more
  • Practice Index eLearning HUB

    The Practice Index eLearning HUB provides access to free Leadership Training elearning courses for Practice Managers. All of the Practice Index elearning courses are RCGP certified and CPD verified.
  • Is your practice ready for improvement?

    My experience has shown me the two most important features in context are time and teamwork. Getting your whole team together to focus on an area of work, where everyone gets to input their thoughts can be very helpful.
  • Support to Achieve QI QoF Domain

    The Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA) are offering general practice members tailored support to help practices to achieve the QI domain of the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) in Prescribing Safety and End of Life Care.
  • PCN offers from partnership organisations

    This brochure outlines support from various partner organisations that is available to Primary Care Networks PCN across Greater Manchester.
  • Primary Care Knowledge Boost podcast

    Join Dr Sara MacDermott and Dr Lisa Adams, two GPs in the Greater Manchester area, on the Primary Care Knowledge Boost podcast as they interview specialists from different subject areas with the aim of improving the confidence and knowledge of local primary care clinicians.
  • Free 3 hour GP Complaints Handling workshop

    NHS England are providing a free 3 hour GP Complaints Handling workshop in Manchester on 12 March 2020 which aims to support general practices in preventing and managing complaints and improving the service provided to patients.
  • My experience of being a GP Research Fellow

    Dr Nicholas Fernandez writes about his experience as a GP Research Fellow and explains why research is a great opportunity to not only design change but evidence the reason for that change.
  • GP Excellence Newsletter – November 2019

    The November issue of the GP Excellence programme newsletter covers: Practice Managers’ Conference, Outstanding practices, the LGBT Foundation's Pride in Practice Awards, Courses and training opportunities, the Primary Care Awards 2019, the NNWLA Primary Care Development Fund and an update on Tier 2 Sponsorship.
  • Undertaking clinical research in General Practice

    Dr Omair Razzaq writes about his surgery's involvement in clinical research and his hopes for developing treatments and helping advancements in the medical world.
  • Time for Care Quality Improvement for Early Career GPs

    The Time for Care programme is offering a fully funded two day quality improvement workshop for early career GPs (ST3 - First-five). The two day programme for the North West region will take place in Manchester on 26 and 27 February 2020.
  • Improvement Leaders in Primary Care programme

    AQuA's Improvement Leaders programme will support you to build upon your existing knowledge whilst learning new skills with our team of expert improvement advisors and leaders of improvement in primary care.
  • Be a Greater Manchester Nurse

    The Be a Greater Manchester Nurse campaign aims to recruit nurses in Greater Manchester, growing the profession and opening up opportunities for current, returning and future practitioners.
  • GP Excellence Newsletter – August 2019

    The August issue of the GP Excellence programme newsletter covers: Time for Care, Outstanding practices, the new GPNEN website, Post CCT fellowships and how to apply, new quality improvement report on Sodium Valproate prescribing and an update on Tier 2 Sponsorship.
  • QOF Quality Improvement (QI) Modules – What’s it all about?

    The idea behind introducing ‘QI Modules’ rather than targets is that practices can be flexible and, mostly, work on a project that is specific to their patient needs, aiming towards an outcome that is valued by the patients and the practice, and using sound QI methods.
  • Reducing the number of incoming telephone calls

    Lockside Medical Centre, a practice in Greater Manchester share their experience in a short case study video of undertaking a quality improvement project on reducing the number of incoming phone calls to their practice.
  • GP Assistants

    The 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.
  • Recruitment and Retention – Tier 2 Visa Sponsorship

    Has your practice considered becoming a Tier 2 sponsorship license holder? This licence will allow you to employ non-EEA workers, which can help support clinical recruitment and retention.
  • GP Excellence Newsletter May 2019

    The GP Excellence Newsletter offers the latest news and information from the GP Excellence team. The May edition features the Pride in Practice scheme, GM COPD Virtual Learning Hub, improving the prescribing of opioid based analgesia at Springfield Medical Centre and an article on the the benefits of the CPRD research initiative.
  • High dose opioids per 1000 patients – Springfield House Medical Practice

      As a practice of 10,000 patients, Springfield Medical Centre identified all patients who were prescribed opiate based analgesia at daily doses greater than 120mg. In total, 35 patients were identified and they spent the last 12 months reducing these doses down to below 120mg. So far, 29 of the patients have reduced below 120mg ... Read more
  • MSc in Integrated Community Heathcare

    The GM GP Excellence Programme may be able to help to support some of the fees towards your MSc in Integrated Community Healthcare and Leadership. Contact us by email at gm.gpexcellence@nhs.net to find out more.
  • Reducing routine GP appointment waiting times at Pickering Medical Practice, North Yorkshire

    A North Yorkshire GP practice has managed a reduction of 47% in waiting times (from 19 days to 10 days) for routine GP appointments. The work undertaken also saw improvements in other areas, including a 15% reduction in stress levels for staff and a 12% increase in telephone consultations.
  • COPD – Greater Manchester COPD Programme

    Health Innovation Manchester is bringing together resources from the NHS, social care and pharmaceutical industry to ensure that every person with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) has access to equitable, high quality care. This clinician-led learning tool aims to support local GP practices in the care of patients with COPD.2 comments
  • CPRD/RCGP QI Patient Safety Reports

    On 2017 I signed our practice, Lockside Medical Centre to CPRD, a research initiative, funded by MHRA/NIHR, that routinely collects anonymised patient data from practices to support innovative public health research. Though my motives were initially altruistic, signing up turned out to bring other benefits.
  • The NHS App

    The NHS App enables people to check their symptoms using the health A-Z on the NHS website and to find out what to do when they need help urgently using NHS 111 online. The NHS app will be available to all patients across Greater Manchester in the coming weeks.
  • GP Excellence Newsletter – March 2019

    The March 2019 edition of the GP Excellence Newsletter includes coverage from the GM Practice Managers' Conference 2019, details about FairChain SMS, the rollout of the NHS App, Leadership and Development Opportunities and the GMMSc in Integrated Community Healthcare and Leadership.
  • Leadership Development Opportunities for primary care in Greater Manchester

    The North West Leaderships Academy have developed a wide menu of leadership development opportunities for primary care colleagues across Greater Manchester.
  • Chain SMS

    Does your practice use Chain SMS? Chain SMS is available from AccuRX ad can be used by practices to send text messages to patients for a range of purposes including recall, care plans, patient information and delivering test results.  Using Chain SMS benefits both practice and patient including time and cost saving, improved access and ... Read more
  • GP Excellence Newsletter – January 2019

    The January 2019 issue of the GP Excellence Newsletter includes reflections on the recent Practice Managers Conference, an article on re-thinking Patient Safety and a case study on Cornbrook Medical Practice.
  • Cornbrook Medical Practice Case Study: Networking with Local VCSO Partners

    Cornbrook Medical Practice (Cornbrook) is a multi-site GP Practice comprising of 13,000 patients, one of the largest in Manchester. The two sites are located in the heart of Hulme and Manchester City Centre.
  • NICE Chronic Heart Failure Guidelines in Adults 2018

    This guideline covers diagnosing and managing chronic heart failure in people aged 18 and over in primary care and the community. It aims to improve diagnosis and treatment to increase the length and quality of life for people with heart failure.
  • Leading Integrated Teams Programme – applications open for latest cohort

    Are you a team leader looking to develop your leadership skills and knowledge of integrated health and care? The Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA) are now welcoming applications for the latest cohort of our Leading Integrated Teams programme, in collaboration with Affina OD.
  • Urban Village Medical Practice Homeless Healthcare Service (incorporating the mpath service)

    Urban Village Medical Practice is a GP practice based at Ancoats Primary Care Centre on the outskirts of Manchester city centre.  As well as providing primary healthcare to over 10,000 registered general patients the team at the practice have also been providing healthcare to homeless people in Manchester since 1991.
  • GP Excellence Programme’s Newsletter November 2018

    Our latest newsletter provides an update on the work underway across Greater Manchester as part of the GP Excellence Programme
  • Quality Improvement to drive earlier cancer diagnosis

    Cancer Research UK and Dr Bill Taylor (RCGP Clinical Lead for building QI capability) invite you to attend a half day workshop focused on using quality improvement techniques to drive the early diagnosis of cancer in primary care.
  • The General Practice podcasts

    The General Practice podcasts published by Ockham Healthcare cover a wide range of issues faced by general practitioners and colleuegs in local primary care teams.
  • Building Resilience Primary Care Workshop: Supporting Leaders Across System – 31 October 2018

    A number of free places have become available on the upcoming event – Building Resilience Primary Care Workshop: Supporting Leaders Across System scheduled to take place on 31 October 2018 in Lancaster. These places will be offered on a first come, first served basis – so book early to avoid disappointment.
  • RCGP Clinical Toolkits

    The RCGP clinical toolkits have been developed in partnership between the RCGP Clinical Innovation and Research Centre (CIRC) and our funding and delivery partners. They can be used to assist in the delivery of safe and effective care to patients.
  • Time for Care learning in action programme

    The Time for Care programme is at the heart of the General Practice Forward View's support for practices to redesign their care and manage demand more sustainably. Using a variety of means this initiative provided by the NHS England Sustainable Improvement team will give every practice in England the chance to learn about proven innovations that release time for care.
  • Productive General Practice Quick Start

    Productive General Practice (PGP) Quick Start is an on-site, hands-on, short term support package for practices that forms part of a local Time for Care programme. Alongside the 10 High Impact Actions the support package provided by NHS England’s Sustainable Improvement team aims to help practices release time for care and build improvement capability.
  • General Practice Improvement Leaders Programme

    The General Practice Improvement Leaders Programme is a free training programme designed for GPs, practice managers, nurses, project managers and facilitators working in general practice to support the GP Forward View. The programme provided by NHS England’s Sustainable Improvement team offers step-by-step tools and techniques to help build skills and confidence to lead service redesign in general practice.
  • GP Excellence Newsletter – September 2018

    The September 2018 issue of the newsletter provides an update on the work underway across Greater Manchester as part of the GP Excellence programme. It includes information about the learning and support available for your practice along with a feature on social prescribing work at the Alvanley Family Practice in Stockport and a look at the content for quality improvement work.
  • Flu vaccinations 2018: guidance and planning clinics

    With 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.
  • Improving Processes in Salford GP Practices

    Practices Improving Processes in Salford, otherwise known as PIPS, was a Breakthrough Series (BTS) Collaborative designed to improve efficiency in eight Salford GP practices with a view to share learning across Salford by using Quality Improvement (QI) methodologies.
  • Reducing harm to patients taking high risk drugs in Salford

    Practices Improving the Safety of Medicines in Salford, otherwise known as PrISMS, was a Breakthrough Series Collaborative designed to improve medication safety in 8 Salford GP practices with a view to scale up across all GP practices in Salford.
  • What is the sitemap?

    The sitemap page contains links to all of the content on the GP Excellence website for Greater Manchester in one place. This article will help you to get the most out of the sitemap.
  • Top tips for using this website

    This article provides top tips for using this website and offers a brief introduction to the resources, case studies and discussions that it contains.
  • How do I start a discussion?

    This article provides a step by step guide to adding, editing and publishing a discussion on the website.
  • How do I publish a resource?

    This article provides a step by step guide to adding, editing and publishing a resource on the website.
  • This is Manchester, we do things differently here

    "This is Manchester, we do things differently here”, how often in recent months has that quote by Tony Wilson been referenced? But when it comes to supporting General Practice in Greater Manchester it definitely applies.
  • How do I add content to my favourites?

    This article explains how to add content to my favourites, the collection of resources, case studies, members, organisations and discussions that appear on the my favourites page.
  • Social prescribing – The Alvanley Way

    Social prescribing and having conversations with patients about what matters to them has enabled the practice to reduce its GP workload from 15 to 12 patients per session as well as benefiting the local community and staff morale.
  • How do I edit my organisation profile?

    To edit your organisation profile from the top menu select My organisation > Edit my organisation. This article explains the main parts of the organisation profile editing screen and will help you to get your organisation profile published on the website.
  • How do I edit my profile?

    To edit your membership profile from the top menu select My profile > Edit my profile. This article explains the main parts of the membership profile editing screen and will help you to get your membership profile published on the website.
  • How do I publish a case study?

    This article provides a step by step guide to adding, editing and publishing a case study on the website.
  • e-Learning for Healthcare

    e-Learning for Healthcare offers an extensive catalogue of e-learning programmes that enhance traditional learning, support existing teaching methods and provide a valuable reference point which can be accessed anytime, anywhere.
  • The Coaching Academy

    The Coaching Academy developed by the Innovation Agency, the Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) for the North West Coast, offers online e-learning courses that are free to health and care colleagues to support innovation and improvement.
  • Life QI

    The Life QI online platform is a project and programme management tool for quality improvement, using quality improvement approaches and techniques.
  • Healthcare hackathons

    This resource explains how the Innovation Agency, the Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) for the North West Coast, can help local healthcare organisations to run their own hackathons, gathering people from different backgrounds to form teams, collaborate within a limited time frame, and focus on a specific problem or idea in healthcare to come up with innovative ideas and solutions.
  • Embedding a culture of quality improvement

    This report published by the King’s Fund explores the factors that have helped organisations to launch a quality improvement strategy, and the key enablers for sustaining a focus on continuous quality improvement.
  • Making the case for quality improvement: lessons for NHS boards and leaders

    This 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.
  • Quality Improvement toolkits – GP One

    The former Public Health Wales Primary Care Quality Team are now incorporated within the Primary and Community Care Development and Innovation Hub, and have developed a series of quality improvement toolkits to assist practices in collating and reviewing information. From information received, practices still find these toolkits useful; therefore they will remain on this webpage for ... Read more
  • Effective interface – RCGP Scotland

    Effective Interface is an e-learning module to assist GPs and consultant colleagues to identify and provide solutions to problems that exist at the primary/secondary care interface.
  • What is the quality improvement section of this website?

    The quality improvement section of this website contains the quality improvement wheel for primary care which illustrates the main stages in the design, delivery and evaluation of an improvement project. This article explains more about each of the stages.
  • What is the media library?

    This article introduces the media library, which allows you to edit, view, and delete media previously uploaded to the website. The media library includes images, documents and videos.
  • QI Ready eLearning modules

    The RCGP has produced eLearning modules to compliment the QI Ready network and self-accreditation process. There are a suite of three modules that will assist you in better understanding quality improvement methodologies.
  • Tips for sessional GPs

    The BMA has produced some tips for appraisal for sessional GPs which includes some information about QI requirements.
  • Understanding pressures in general practice

    This report published by the King's Fund looks at patient factors, system factors and supply-side issues to see what lies behind the increasing demands and pressure faced by general practice.
  • Haxby Group Practice: adding a pharmacist to the team

    In this article published in Guidelines in Practice, Dr Michael Holmes and Sarah Woffinden respond to questions on the addition of a pharmacist to the practice team, and discuss the positive impact it has had on both patients and staff alike.
  • A guide to good quality coding and safety netting for cancer diagnosis

    This guide to quality coding and safety netting for cancer diagnosis aims to enhance patient safety by having the most up-to-date and connected information about your patient at your fingertips, regardless of how long you have known the patient.
  • Understanding quality improvement at scale in general practice: A qualitative evaluation of a COPD improvement programme

    A growing body of knowledge exists to guide efforts to improve the organisation and delivery of health care, most of which is based on work carried out in hospitals. It is uncertain how transferable this knowledge is to primary care.
  • General practice plays a role in driving quality and improving health services

    An article by Sir Sam Everington for the Guardian urging providers and commissioners to work together to co-produce contracts that deliver the right outcomes for patients.
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