Advice and guidance for GP practices to support you during the coronavirus outbreak.
Medeconomics highlights the latest guidance on coronavirus (COVID-19) for GP practices. Last updated 6 April 16:35.
Practice manager Fionnuala O'Donnell offers some advice for practices now many staff are working at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, including a checklist of advice to provide your team.
GP practices have a key role to play in supporting patients most at-risk during the coronavirus outbreak. This has been updated with the latest advice published on 3 and 5 April.
Medeconomics highlights information for different groups of patients and those with specific clinical conditions about the risks associated with COVID-19.
NHS Employers has produced a range of information to help NHS organisations to support their staff during this unprecedented time. Medeconomics highlights key points for GP practices.
Checklists for practice managers to ensure that practice is taking necessary precautions to minimise the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19). Updated on 19 March to reflect latest guidance and to include HR tips.
The latest standard operating procedure for general practice during the coronavirus pandemic has asked practices to work together to 'maximise clinical capacity and provide business continuity resilience'.
As the coronavirus crisis continues, we at Haymarket are constantly seeking new ways to support healthcare teams struggling to cope with extra workload and keep up with essential news and changing guidance.
NHS England has set out the general principles for how NHS 111 will work with primary care to manage patients with COVID-19 in the community, in its latest preparedness letter.
The medical staff at Haymarket know how hard you are working from our daily contact with healthcare teams through GPonline, MIMS, MIMS Learning and Medeconomics.
GP practices will be expected to remain open during the Easter bank holidays in response to the coronavirus outbreak, NHS England and the Scottish government have confirmed.
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The RCGP has produced guidance on workload prioritisation for practices during the COVID-19 outbreak, which spells out the work that practices can stop for the time being.
QOF and enhanced services pay protected from 1 April, plus government insists 'out of date' PPE delivered to GP practices is safe.
Medeconomics highlights the latest news relating to the coronavirus pandemic of relevance to GP practices.
MDDUS employment law adviser Janice Sibbald answers some key employment law questions about managing the coronavirus risk.