Dr Mayur Vibhuti is a GP and Director of Medical Education at the IMH Group. In this podcast he talks to Ben about the clinical leadership programme IMH have developed with Keele University which is tailored specifically to the new generation of GPs. He also talks about the NHS orientation programme that IMH have developed for European GPs hoping to practice in the UK. They also look at the “generation gap” between older GPs and millennial GPs and how this might be bridged.
In this podcast Tara Humphrey, an independent consultant, tells us everything we need to know about Community Education Provider Networks (CEPNs). She describes these as “…virtual, nimble, innovative training networks to help promote, sustain and develop the general practice workforce” She tells Ben how they work and how successful they have been in supporting the creation of a culture of multi-professional learning in general practice.
In this podcast, GP recruitment expert Nick Mattick takes Ben through the six stages of a clear, planned recruitment strategy for GPs. He discusses the various on- and off-line methods of recruitment advertising, warns against some of the more common mistakes and explains that recruitment is, for practices, often an exercise in “sales and marketing”.
Sarah Deeny is one of the authors of a briefing by the Health Foundation called “Reducing hospital admissions by improving continuity of care in general practice”. In this podcast she tells Ben about how the research was conducted, what it reveals about continuity of care in general practice and what it means for patients and practices.