4.1 Management in Primary Care

This section of our curriculum guide refers to statement 4.1, Management in Primary Care, produced by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).

Practices are increasing in size and complexity and it is essential that GPs understand the organisational context in which they work. They need to be able to operate effectively within a team, and in collaboration with a variety of other professionals.

Through teamwork, taking on managerial responsibility, and demonstrating leadership skills, GPs should be able to ensure the best possible outcome for their patients within the resources available.

Here we have collated key articles from our journals to help you meet the curriculum requirements in this area.

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Starting as a GP partner: Working with the practice team and your CPD

Starting as a GP partner: Working with the practice team and your CPD

In the third part of this three-part guide, Dr Tillmann Jacobi looks at working with...

Starting as a GP partner: Ensuring the new partnership is a success

Starting as a GP partner: Ensuring the new partnership is a success

In the second part of this three-part guide, Dr Tillmann Jacobi provides some tips...

Starting as a GP partner: Getting to know your practice

Starting as a GP partner: Getting to know your practice

In this three-part guide for new GP partners, Dr Tillmann Jacobi provides some practical...

Medico-legal: Decisions in end of life care

Medico-legal: Decisions in end of life care

Medical Protection Society medico-legal adviser Dr Jo Galvin outlines the key steps...

Practice dilemma: Bruises on a teenage girl

Practice dilemma: Bruises on a teenage girl

A young patient refuses to discuss suspicious bruising. What should you do?

Medico-legal: Managing your online reputation

Medico-legal: Managing your online reputation

Medico-legal adviser Dr Richenda Tisdale explains how to monitor patient feedback...

Consulting skills: Meaningful consultations
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Consulting skills: Meaningful consultations

Professor Rodger Charlton writes about getting the balance right in a 10-minute consultation.

Practising as a GP in a rural area

Practising as a GP in a rural area

Professor Rodger Charlton discusses the challenges faced by GPs practising in rural...

Medico-legal: Unfit for court certificates
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Medico-legal: Unfit for court certificates

MPS medico-legal adviser Dr Dan Kremer discusses requests for an unfit for court...

Developing a medical writing career
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Developing a medical writing career

Professor Rodger Charlton considers how to combine GP work with a writing career.

How to avoid procrastination
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How to avoid procrastination

Dr Mehul Mathukia presents some practical tips for prioritising work and getting...

Medico-legal: Five tips for dealing with demand for appointments

Medico-legal: Five tips for dealing with demand for appointments

MDU medico-legal adviser Dr Beverley Ward discusses how to run your appointments...

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