All together now. In your best ‘Band Aid’ singing voice… It’s Christmas time, and there’s no need to be afraid Stop. Right there. Actually, there are a lot of things to be afraid of. Be afraid of some of the following as we run up to Christmas… The GP’s ‘dance moves’ at the office do.
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On the basis of last year – please note the following: 1) Diane, you can’t take an extra big bag into the restaurant to hide your bottle of Lambrusco. 2) Dr Kelly – it is not acceptable to steal the Christmas tree from outside the hotel or to take it home in the taxi. 3)
Retailers are stacking their shelves with products we wouldn’t normally dream of buying, the debate about tins of sweets getting smaller have resurfaced and John Lewis has previewed its latest ad – all signs that Christmas is just around the corner!
On the first day of Christmas the Partners sent to me: A log-in for the HSCIC On the second day of Christmas the Partners sent to me: 2 SEA forms and a log-in for the HSCIC On the third day of Christmas the Partners sent to me: 3 EMIS errors 2 SEA forms and a
Did you know there is a guide to attending work parties when you are a practice manager? Did you? No, neither did I. However, I have learnt these rules over the last few years, at a cost to myself obviously. The rules go something like this. You can never ever say NO to an event.
When applying to become practice manager, instead of asking the future employee to do a presentation on coping with the strains of a changing population or how to manage a practice with limited resources, along with a stampede at the door… there’s a much better question that could be asked and one that will be
Share by email or pin (discreetly) on the office noticeboard if your team need a little pick me up. Go on – it’s Christmas! ‘Doctor, doctor, can I have second opinion?’ ‘Certainly. Come back tomorrow!’ ‘Doctor, doctor, I keep seeing images of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck!’ ‘I see, and how long have you been