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Practical Problems in General Practice

Practical Problems in General Practice

Malcolm Fox

ISBN: 978-0-727-91037-0

May 1997, BMJ Books

132 pages

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In order to run a successful practice GPs need to have good management skills. This book guides the GP through practical issues such as how to construct a business plan, how to handle staff and encourage teamwork, how to make partnerships work, how to develop and maintain relationships with GHSAs, consultants, suppliers, and much more.
Making a business plan; the optimal practice size; developing practice premises; choosing a new partner; part time work and job sharing; good partnership relationships; meetings and decisions for partners; practice management structure; the essentials of team work; making attachment work; housekeeping; communications - internal and external; managing clinical records; networking; the range of primary care skills; selecting a practice.