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BMA: Quality first

This resource is aimed at practices and individual GPs, as a single portal for the range of practical ways in which workload can be managed to deliver safe care, with examples of positive change. It is updated on a regular basis, covering areas such as:

  • Managing inappropriate workload;
  • Locality hub model;
  • Quality first templates;
  • Patient empowerment;
  • Assess and negotiate your workload;
  • Technology;
  • Working at scale;
  • Quality first case studies.
  • How to employ shared staff;

 

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