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Clinical Research for GP Practices

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Is your practice one of the 58% not benefitting from involvement in primary care research? GP David Shukla offers a personal perspective on the benefits of taking part for you, your patients and staff


Research at the RCGP Annual Primary Care Conference

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The programme includes sessions relevant for delegates who want to know more the opportunities to be involved in research, how to fund projects and the implementation of research into practice in primary care.


NICE: Hypertension indicator pack

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A version of the article appeared in the March 2018 edition of the Journal of General Practice Nursing.


Making sense of Person-Centred Care

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New jargon and new relationships between professionals and patients. The work of the innovation team in translating rhetoric into reality with toolkits, videos and case studies as the College takes a lead.


Training resources to respond to fast-paced developments in genomics

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The use of genomics in medicine provides incredible opportunities and new ways to predict, prevent, diagnose and treat disease. The education and training of General Practitioners on genomics is core to effective delivery and use of this revolutionary technology that is becoming more accessible to the public.


Guidance for GPs to understand the new national data opt-out

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This toolkit is a useful reference tool for English GP teams and includes guidance and materials needed to understand the new national data opt-out.


RCGP launch Acute Kidney Injury Toolkit for GPs

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The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has launched an Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Toolkit for GPs and healthcare professionals. The toolkit, created in partnership, aims to improve the recognition, response and management of AKI in primary care.


The Active Practice Pilot - Students lead their practices to towards healthier futures

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The goals of the pilot were to support the students to develop an intervention that would increase physical activity, or reduce sedentary behaviour, amongst either staff or patients at their practice.


New Ehlers Danlos syndromes Toolkit for GPs

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The Ehlers-Danlos syndromes used to be considered rare, but with increasing understanding of their multisystem nature and the severe impact they can have on people's lives, the RCGP and The Ehlers-Danlos Support UK have come together to produce this practical guide. Learn how to recognise possible features, plus the latest on management including co-morbidities.


Building a GP workload observatory - and your chance to be involved

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We all know how much pressure general practice is under, but how much detail do we have about the cause of these pressures and the complexity of cases being seen daily? Read more about a new initiative by the College to provide this evidence, and how you can be part of the movement to inform better policy decisions

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