This article is part of our recent report on the effectiveness of the Flexible Staff Pools Programme over the last two years. Download the full report here.
Paperwork, pensions, and chasing payments – as a new locum GP, organising your professional life can feel overwhelming.
We celebrated the 75th anniversary of the NHS with a series from our very own team who used to work in it.
Here are the full stories.
You walk into work and the waiting room is full. Half of your team have requested leave for the same week, and the temperature outside just keeps climbing. Sound familiar?
How is your PCN or practice approaching new access improvement requirements and the recommendations laid out in the primary care recovery plan?
Practice Managers are the last people who need to be reminded of the extra pressure put on practices during the summer months.
Working as a locum has a lot of advantages, but there are some important points regarding tax and your finances that you should be aware of. In this article, Ed at Medics’ Money, a GP, Chartered....
Even with women’s health finally getting the consideration it deserves in undergrad and post-grad medical training, there’s still a lot of uncertainty around the diagnosis and treatment of menopause.
The NHS will always be under pressure and, in the eyes of the service, will never have enough resources.
With recent changes to the NHS pension and pension taxation, there’s a lot of confusion around the best way to manage pensions.