Module 4. Practice Management
Objectives for this module
To understand the skills needed to manage a practice as a business. Practice delegation, time management and appraisal. To understand how to find appropriate staff. To understand practice accounts and make decisions to balance work and home life. How to manage the overall responsibility of patient safety.
March 6th Contracts & Employment
What is a practice agreement? How to look for pitfalls in a contract, what to ask about and where to find it.
March 13th PRIME Part 2
March 20th CV Writing, Jobs, Interviews
Now is the time to start looking around for job vacancies. What are your plans post ST3? How to write the winning CV, catch the eye of a prospective employer and secure the job from interview.
March 27th Quality Improvement
With Dr Joanna Bircher, QI lead for the RCGP
April 3rd Quality Improvement
April 10th EASTER
April 17th EASTER
April 24th Practice Management
May 1st Change in the NHS
We are working in an environment changing constantly - whether it's QOF, contracts, evidence or the structure of the NHS. This session is an insight into recent changes and how to manage change. With CCG chair Dr Alan Dow
May 8th Practice Finances
How to make sense of GP finances. How to make money and how not to lose it! With Hilary Lowe, Associate of Hall Liddy Specialist GP-Medical accountants
May 22nd An introduction to the GMC
A chance to find out more about the GMC, learn about issues such as leadership and management, raising concerns, consent and capacity, end of life care, good medical practice and other important topics. With a GMC Regional Liaison Advisor
May 29th Half Term
June 5th Business, Reflection, Feedback
The penultimate teaching day, this is an opportunity to explore the interview process. Ever looked around and thought you could do a better job? Now's your chance - present your business case in front of the toughest panel of commisioners!
Date TBC Appraisal and Revalidation - Grosvenor Medical Centre, Stalybridge
An opportunity to meet the appraisal lead for Tameside and Glossop, Dr Paresh Parikh, exploring what you need to do after completing the training programme to maintain your practice.