It was interesting setting out my thoughts around how we can use the little things to incrementally improve safety and experience in primary care. Pulse kindly published my article in their October edition, the snippet is visible here if you click on the title above or “download” button below depending on whether you are mobileContinue reading “Systems Errors”
I’ve just been to a careers seminar about law. Nope, not a change for me – I suspect I’d look a bit conspicuous in the line-up for pupillage. I was there because one of my offspring is considering law, they are sadly not keen on following Dad into medicine. One speaker at the seminar stoodContinue reading “It has to be fun…”
It’s the end of the year, and what a strange year it has been. A year ago when I wrote my first blog, on vaccine hesitancy, things felt pretty dark. We went in to lockdown for the second time in 12 months, and it was a lot tougher than the first. Gone was the warmthContinue reading “Resilience – It’s ok”
Thanks to Pulse Magazine for publishing my article on medicines management as a CPD article in July. I started thinking about wastage in prescribing, then realised its all about efficiency really, efficient is also cost-effective. Click on the link to read.
It was early 2012 and I was sitting in a hotel, exactly where escapes me. I’d listened to an over-long Powerpoint about the “new best thing about to happen.” The presentation ended. GPs circled, drinking tea and chatting away in hushed tones. Two or three of us approached a group at a table. “Hi, do youContinue reading “Moving on from CCGs”
I’ve been thinking a lot about non-Covid harm over the last year. It became obvious during the first week of the March lockdown that we were going to have an issue. Total Triage (TT) and virtual consultations were a huge change in how we provided care. It wasn’t unwelcomed in my practice; we had beenContinue reading “Catching up with Cancer”
When I decided to write a blog entry on Covax it was simply going to be about how fantastic it was, and how being immunized was a no-brainer. The need to talk about it popped in my head after a few conversations with colleagues and friends about the vaccine. I was surprised it was controversial,Continue reading “Let’s Vaccinate like its 2021”