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PRACTICE MATTERS

Published twice a year, Practice Matters is our designated magazine for GP partners and practice managers.

Our magazine for GP partners and practice managers, Practice Matters, strives to provide an entertaining and informative read that shares important medicolegal advice and practical tips that can be used in practice.

The legislative, financial and regulatory environment that governs general practice becomes more complex by the day. We hope that Practice Matters will help you tiptoe through this minefield.

If you have any questions, feature ideas or comments about this magazine, please contact Sam McCaffrey on 0113 241 0377 or at sam.mccaffrey@medicalprotection.org 

ISSN 2052-1022 (Print)
ISSN 2052-1030 (Online)

March 2017

  • Noticeboard
  • Clinical pharmacists in general practice
  • Avoiding burnout as a practice manager
  • Risk warning - Test result handling
  • Q&A with an MLA
  • Complaints - Threat or opportunity?
  • The risks of practice nursing
  • From the HR files
  • Win a free health and safety compliance audit
  • The importance of good medical records
  • From the advice line
Practice Matters Nov 2016

November 2016

  • Noticeboard
  • Working at scale - the story so far
  • The future of primary care reform
  • New care models and GP alliances: the impact on staffing
  • Life inside a hub: top medicolegal challenges
  • In focus: Priority Medical Group
  • Scaling up your work, scaling down your risk
  • In the hot seat...Dr Rob Hendry
  • Indemnity when working at scale
  • From the case files
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August 2016


  • Noticeboard
  • FAQs - Pensions auto enrolment
  • Risk Warning - Anticoagulant monitoring and dosing
  • Top 5 social media dilemmas
  • End of life care
  • In the hot seat with Ian Wilson
  • Practice Profile: Providence Surgery
  • From the case files
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March 2016


  • Noticeboard
  • CRSA Special
  • The changing face of primary care
  • FAQs - Capability issues
  • The new and improved NASGP
  • High value claims
  • Protecting patient confidentiality
  • How to manage a disruptive patient
  • From the case files