GPs value their colleagues over their working environment and workload – why are GP Practice colleagues so valuable?
What is commissioning and how can I help in my GP job?
Stress is defined as a ‘state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances.’
It’s no secret that General Practice is under immense pressure and there aren’t yet enough GPs available to meet the demands of a growing, ageing population.
The aim of your first appraisal as a newly qualified GP is to be a formative and developmental experience. You do need to prepare for it and there are things you can do to make sure it runs smoothly and you benefit from the experience.
The aim of the e-Portfolio is to provide evidence of a GP Registrar’s learning and development so that it can be assessed by the ARCP Panel, is available for clinical governance and so that the GP can reflect and learn from their experiences.
The Clinical Skills Assessment of the MRCGP examinations is considered by some GPs as the most nerve wracking and hardest to study for element of the examinations.
Interviews are nerve wracking and as a newly qualified GP chances are your next interview will be for a role you really, really want so the pressure is on to show off your skills, knowledge and experience.
Top 5 reasons why people would leave your practice
There are 5 key reasons why good people may leave your practice. Knowing these will help you to understand how to get the right people in the right job to increase tenure.
Expectations of the Job
After merging with another practice, Steve Ellis was struggling to find a Salaried GP to fill their GP Job at Severn Fields practice. Learn how David at Prospect Health helped him to fill the role with their perfect candidate Dr Praveen.