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BEING A GENERAL PRACTITIONER

being a GPThe first statement of the curriculum Being a General Practitioner describes the core knowledge, skills, attitudes and expertise a doctor needs to acquire to become a competent GP. For this reason it is known as the core statement.

There are six core competencies

  • Primary Care Management
  • Person centred care
  • Specific problem solving skills
  • A comprehensive approach
  • Community orientation
  • A holistic approach

Downloads

History of the NHS
Being a GP - the RCGP explanation of the domains and useful resources 2007
Managing conflict
Managing Change
The curriculum explained
Good Medical Practice GMC 2013
CCG - link to Calderdale CCG

A SUPERB WEALTH OF INFORMATION ABOUT BEING A GP IN THE WIDER ENVIRONMENT
Federations
Federation in more detail 
The role of the LMC - link to Calderdale LMC
Tips for surviving on call
Organisational safety netting scenarios - What would you do to make sure the patient was safe?
Safety Netting scenarios - the answers
The Johari window
Dealing with multiple problems - agenda setting
Heartsinks
Patient Participation Groups
Sick doctors - link to BMA resources
Self prescribing 2009
Burn out (GPs)
Revalidation - link to GMC

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