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The Bright Ideas Awards programme has now ended

There will be no call for submissions in 2020.

Thank you to everyone who has engaged with the programme and to all past winners.

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Birthday patient reviews

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Garswood Surgery conducts annual reviews around their patients’ birthday leading to more efficient use of time and resources


Asset Based Approach to Patient/Community Engagement In General Practice

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From the NHS Academy of Fabulous Stuff, read about how Oxford Terrace and Rawling Road Medical Group developed an Asset Based Approach to Health and Wellness in General Practice, though engagement of patients as volunteers.


Consultant Connect

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From the NHS Academy of Fabulous Stuff, read about how an innovative system that connects hospital consultants and GPs is speeding up patient treatment and reducing hospital appointments in Stockport


Person-centred appointment system

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Conisbrough Group Practice, in Doncaster, is using a patient-led appointment system that promotes continuity of care as well as managing demand.


Clinician and pharmacist joint-working strategies for better care outcomes

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How the Ridgeway Practice used Clinicians and Pharmacists seminars to increase effectiveness of delivery of patient care.


Improving osteoporosis assessment follow ups

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Dr David Rees gives us an example of how to improve osteoporosis assessment follow-ups


Autopopulation of Medicine sick-day rules

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Dr Rod Sampson, Elaine Townshend and Dr Douglas Naismith tell us how Medicine sick-day rules help to increase patient safety


Naloxone training in General Practice

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Dr Joe Tay explains the benefits of Naloxone training in General Practice


SUDEP checklists in primary care

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Rohit Shankar and Alistair Gales tell us how Carnewater practice in Bodmin, Cornwall, used SUDEP and seizure safety checklist in a primary care environment with very good results.


Shared medical appointments in the UK

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Dr Rob Lawson shares his experience with shared medical appointments

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