Best Generalpractice podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Ben Gowland explores new ways of working in general practice. He talks to those making changes happen, gets underneath what they did, how they managed to do it, and the challenges they faced along the way.
 
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In the third in our series of podcasts on social prescribing, GP and social prescribing champion Marie Anne Essam returns to tell us three powerful real-life patient stories in which a social prescription has changed a patient’s life; a carer who got his purpose back, a man with a housing problem who turned his life around and an anxious, reluc ...…
 
The specification and guidance for the new network DES runs to over 100 pages. In the days following its publication Ben and special guest Dr Riaz Jetha digested the content of the DES and, in this episode, they talk through the key differences they identified. They look at the nature of the network agreement, the role of federations, how clini ...…
 
We have three guests this episode to talk about the unique Salaried Trainee Practice Manager programme developed by the City and Hackney GP Confederation. Dr Mary Clarke CBE the Confederation’s Director of Workforce, Grace Neil, the Programme Co-ordinator for the scheme and trainee Practice Manager Kerry Reynolds join Ben to variously explain h ...…
 
Tom Howseman is a GP Partner in a large urban practice in Northampton. When their number of GP partners fell from twelve to six due to retirements and they couldn’t recruit they decided to adopt a more multi-disciplinary approach. Over the last two years they have introduced and refined a system of pre-triage protocols which enable reception st ...…
 
Last Thursday (14th March) was International Social Prescribing Day and we brought you a short series of podcasts to recognise this. Last week we gave you social prescribing ambassador Marie-Anne Essam. This week it is the turn of Christiana Melam who is Chief Executive of the National Association of Link Workers; the national professional netw ...…
 
This Thursday (14th March) is International Social Prescribing Day. To recognise this and to focus on the new GP Contract commitment to provide link workers in all primary care networks, we begin a short series of two podcasts. In the first, this week, Ben talks to Marie-Anne Essam a GP in Herts Valley and an enthusiastic ambassador for social ...…
 
Ben’s special guest for the second week is Dr Nikki Kanani, Director of Primary Care for NHS England. You can listen to the first episode here. In this second part she addresses the concerns of podcast listeners about primary care networks including population size, hosting of the networks and the role of federations. She looks at how clinical ...…
 
In this month’s webinar excerpt, we’re talking about Menopause with Dr Elizabeth Farrell, a gynaecologist and the Medical Director of Jean Hailes for Women's Health. Dr Farrell outlines important definitions, explains how the diagnosis of menopause is made, and highlights some of management options available so clearly and simply that you’ll wo ...…
 
Ben’s special guest this week is Dr Nikki Kanani, one of the chief architects of the new GP contract. Nikki is a GP in south-east London and is currently Director of Primary Care for NHS England. This is the first of two discussions with Nikki and in this part, she explains the role of primary care networks in general practice and looks in deta ...…
 
This week Ben is joined by Neha Shah, a Legal Director from Capsticks and Accountant Colin Haw from BHP Chartered Accountants. In this episode they discuss some of the legal, financial and governance issues facing general practice as it begins to establish Primary Care Networks. Specifically they consider how networks will be hosted and the imp ...…
 
Ross Dyer Smith is a GP Partner with the Hurley Group, a former Darzi Fellow, an expert in online consultations and developer of the GP eHub. He is also an NHS Digital Academy Fellow. In this podcast he talks about how online consultations work, how potential problems can be avoided and the benefits they deliver to GPs and patients. He also exp ...…
 
Something different this week; the tables are turned with Ben Gowland in the hot seat explaining the importance of the new GP contract. Ben, presenter of the General Practice Podcast and Principal Consultant for Ockham Healthcare, explains why the new GP contract is a huge opportunity and gives him optimism for the future. He describes the way ...…
 
Matt Aiello is the national programme lead at Health Education England for Urgent and Emergency Care and for Physician Associates. In this episode we focus on the continuing introduction of the Physician Associate role into primary care. Matt explains how the profession is expanding supported by Health Education England, how the role supports g ...…
 
Robin Miller is a Senior Fellow at the Health Services Management Centre of the University of Birmingham. Robin is heavily involved in research into the transformation of primary care. In this episode he shares some of the lessons that have emerged from this research including a study of the Aspiring for Clinical Excellence programme developed ...…
 
In this episode Ben talks to two people behind an innovative initiative to develop the next generation of primary care leaders. The NHS@2030 programme was developed under the auspices of NHS England, the Thames Valley Strategic Clinical Network and the Thames Valley and Wessex Leadership Academy with the intention “…to grow individual confidenc ...…
 
Welcome to 2019! We’re kicking off with one of those tricky subjects in general practice: the overlap of pain and addiction. As GPs, we aim to relieve pain and minimise harm, but occasionally patients get addicted to medications we prescribe. How can we become part of the solution? One of the RVTS supervisors, Ian Kamerman, speaks about this in ...…
 
John Tacchi is the Programme Director for Integration at North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust, a provider of mental health, social care and learning disability services in the West Midlands. In this episode John talks about his role leading the Trust’s Primary Care Integration Strategy which offers GP practices a range of benefits ...…
 
Terry Kemple was a past president of the RCGP and is now the RCGP’s representative for Sustainability and Climate Change. In this episode he talks to Ben about the Green Impact for Health Toolkit. The Toolkit enables general practices to plan and implement actions they can take to become more sustainable and covers areas such as health and well ...…
 
Andy Sixsmith is a GP in West Yorkshire and is involved in workforce development through NHS England and the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership (WYHP). In this episode Andy also talks to Ben about his recent decision to join a practice in the Modality super-partnership. In terms of workforce development he talks about the ...…
 
Jake Lee is GP Medical Director of One Care, a federation of 82 practices in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. Formed in 2014 on the back of a bid for the Prime Minister’s Challenge Fund they have grown to serve 1 million patients. In this podcast Jake tells Ben the story of that growth, the relationship that has been developed ...…
 
Andrew Boyd is the RCGP’s Clinical Champion for Physical Activity and Lifestyle. The RCGP has formed a partnership with Park Run UK and has already signed up over 400 practices to the park run initiative. Park Runs are free, weekly 5 kilometre runs (or walks) open to anyone over the age of 4 of any ability. They run in over 750 locations in the ...…
 
In this episode we hear about Northumbria Primary Care (NPC), a network of seven GP practices formed in 2015 across Northumberland and North Tyneside. The “twist” is that NPC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Northumbria NHS Foundation Trust, the local acute trust, and that all the GPs are salaried. Ben is joined by NPC’s Medical Director Dr Nige ...…
 
Cassandra Baiano is a medical student in the first cohort of the innovative Scottish Graduate Entry Medicine (ScotGEM) MBChB at the University of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland. ScotGEM is “designed to develop doctors interested in a career as a generalist practitioner within NHS Scotland….(and) offers a unique and innovative four-year graduate e ...…
 
Rachel Morris is a GP, an executive coach and presenter with Red Whale; producers of the famous GP Update. In Episode 108 of the General Practice Podcast Rachel described two courses that Red Whale run to develop primary care leaders. In this episode she looks at GP resilience; what it is and how can you acquire it. She considers the causes of ...…
 
The Neighbourhood Development Programme in City and Hackney in London is a primary care network based around eight neighbourhoods with populations of between 30-50,000. The neighbourhoods are structured round GP practices with a bottom-up, clinically-led support network bringing together all local partners engaged in integrated health and socia ...…
 
Alison Halliwell is a mental health practitioner leading a team in general practice in Fleetwood. The service Alison leads began in 2004 when 42% of patients were presenting to GPs with a mental health component to their illness. Fourteen years on and now only 8% of her GPs’ time is spent dealing with mental health issues. The service has won s ...…
 
Farzana Hussain is a GP in the London Borough of Newham and a great advocate for quality improvement. For Farzana it is less a task and more like a way of life. In this podcast she explains why. She describes the three tools she has utilised in her own practice (The Change Model, Process Mapping and the PDSA Cycle) with some practical examples. ...…
 
This is the concluding part of our discussion with Andy Wilkins, the co-author of a report called Beyond The Fog: A future for public healthcare. In the first part published last week (find it here) Andy described the trends that will influence the future of healthcare. In this episode he looks at the likely impact that the developments describ ...…
 
About 70 children die of sepsis per year in Australia and New Zealand. It is therefore important to have systems in place for early detection of severe infection. Developing an approach to avoid diagnostic error is an important task for each GP. In this episode, we hear from an RVTS Medical Educator, Taras Mikulin, who looks at a General Practi ...…
 
Andy Wilkins is co-author of a new report called Beyond The Fog: A future for public healthcare which sets out to provide a provocative, ambitious vision for what healthcare might look like in 10 to 15 years’ time. In this fascinating and challenging episode (the first of two) Andy presents the six biggest trends (including technology, future s ...…
 
In the third of our series of podcasts looking at pharmacists in general practice Ben talks to Ceinwen Mannall who is the national lead for Clinical Pharmacists in General Practice education at the Centre for Postgraduate Pharmacy Education (CPPE). In this episode she tells Ben about the training available to pharmacists moving into general pra ...…
 
James Morrow is the Chief Exec and Managing Partner of Granta Medical Practices in Sawston, Cambridge. In this episode James tells Ben how the benefits of increased scale have led to a new model for delivering core general practice which has improved access, eased recruitment and developed new and constructive dialogues with secondary care. He ...…
 
Imagine a world where a patient’s first contact with primary care is through a robot. Digital Health Futurist Maneesh Juneja believes that this is a likely scenario for general practice in the near future, if not an inevitable consequence of staff shortages and shifts in public expectation. In this episode he describes how near we are to develo ...…
 
Uncertainty in general practice is unavoidable. We deal with uncertainty in more than half of our consults. Coping with the uncertainty is an essential skill for GPs. This month we again listen in on a webinar about Dealing with Diagnostic Uncertainty with Marlene Pearce, a GP based on the Sunshine Coast, QLD. This is the final part of a 3 part ...…
 
Regular listeners will remember Paula Wright from Episode 117 when she talked to Ben about GP learning groups. In this episode Paula (who is a GP in the North East of England and GP tutor for Newcastle, Health Education England – North East team) highlights the retained GP scheme, designed to keep GPs who are at risk of leaving, in the workforc ...…
 
Social prescribing is one of the Ten High Impact Changes from the GP Forward View. But what is it? How does it work and who can benefit? In this week’s podcast Ben speaks with Nick Sharples from training consultancy DNA Insight. Nick explains how his involvement in social prescribing evolved from his company’s focus on active signposting (liste ...…
 
Here is the second part of our expert panel discussion considering the impact of millennials on general practice. In this part the panel considers the impact of the differing needs of millennial patients, how disruption and innovation will continue to influence and whether, ultimately, millennials pose an opportunity or a threat. If you missed ...…
 
We were fortunate enough to have Art Nahill and Nik Szecket from IMReasoning join us for our inaugural RVTS Grand Round Webinar for a STC case discussion. One of our medical educators, Dr Lorri Hopkins, provided the case, and Art and Nic demonstrated their clinical reasoning every step of the way.
 
Here is the first part of our fourth expert panel discussion. This time we are looking at what will be the impact of millennials on general practice. In this first part the panel considers what a millennial is, what is driving them to be different to the older generation and how the system might need to change to accommodate this new generation ...…
 
We deal with uncertainty every day in general practice. This month, we review 5 cases illustrating various reasons or things that may be contributing to uncertainty in general practice.
 
This is the second in our short summer series of pharmacy-focussed podcasts. In this episode Ben talks to Duncan Petty who runs Prescribing Support Services, one of the largest suppliers of pharmacists to general practice. Duncan, who was one of the first clinical pharmacists to be employed in general practice, explains the prerequisites necess ...…
 
In the first of two pharmacy-focussed podcasts we talk to Ravi Chal who is a pharmacist and founder of Future Pharmacy, a company which is developing an app to work as a clinical decision support system for pharmacists. In this podcast Ravi explains how the app will work; offering doctors and pharmacists both a dosage calculator and access to t ...…
 
This is the second part of our panel discussion looking at how the new models of care will impact on and change general practice (Part One is available here). In this final part of the podcast the panel consider what is motivating general practice to adopt the new models of care, about shifting the balance between secondary and primary care, ho ...…
 
This is the third in our series of panel discussions in which Ben is joined by a panel of renowned national experts. This time we discuss how the new models of care will impact on and change general practice. In this first part the panel considers the impact so far of the Five Year Forward View, closer integration of general practice with the r ...…
 
In this 3 part series, we listen in on a webinar with Marelene Pearce, a GP based on the Sunshine Coast, QLD. We discuss “Diagnostic uncertainty in General Practice”, looking at reasons why there is so much uncertainty in general practice, and how to cope with the uncertainty. In this episode, Part 1, Marelene talks about using clinical reasoni ...…
 
Paula Wright is a GP in the North East of England and GP tutor for Newcastle, Health Education England – North East team. In this podcast Paula explains the origins and value of GP Learning Groups; what they are, how they work and how they can be set up locally.
 
In this episode Ben visits Thistlemoor Medial Centre in Peterborough to talk to Dr Neil Modha about their fascinating and innovative model for running what they call Open Access in general practice. Their system developed in response to a shortage of GPs and a high migrant population that do not have English as a first language. Using Healthcar ...…
 
Part Two of our second panel discussion on the future infrastructure of general practice. Ben is joined by a panel of renowned national experts (see below) and in this part the panel discusses the importance of data and information systems, the value of greater integration, a focus on prevention and wellness and the need to prove the value of g ...…
 
This is the second in our series of panel discussions in which Ben is joined by a panel of renowned national experts. This time we discuss what the infrastructure of general practice will look like in five years’ time. In this first part the panel considers how the scale of general practice might change and, amongst other things, disruptive tec ...…
 
Aisha Malik is a sessional GP in Manchester and a social media strategist for doctors and healthcare organisations. She is the founder of Doctors in Business, an organisation which aims to get doctors more visible online. In this episode she explains how a traumatic early experience in general practice (which saw her practice rated as one of th ...…
 
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