Somerset LMC Weekly Update Thursday 21st July 2016
Date sent: Thursday 21 July 2016
All Somerset GPs and Practice Managers This and previous updates can be found here
- LMC office Awayday Friday 22nd July 2016
- "Things are hotting up" latest LMC Chairman's Blog
- GMC Lunch time sessions
LMC Office Awayday An early update this week as the LMC office will be closed on Friday 22nd July for an awayday, if there is anything urgent please either phone Dr Harry Yoxall 07796 267510 or myself 07887566510
GMC Lunch Free Lunchtime sessions at the LMC office- Please book online
Wednesday 7 September GMC guidance: Doctors' use of social media
Do you know what to do if you are criticised on a 'doctor review' website? How about if you see a tweet from one of your patients which makes you concerned for their well being? Join this hour-long interactive session with Rachel Ware from the GMC to get under the skin of current guidance on doctors' use of social media, and learn how to avoid some common pitfalls.
Wednesday 12 October GMC guidance: Leadership and management for all doctors
Do you see yourself as a leader? If not - why not? All doctors need a range of leadership and management skills, whatever their role - so join this lunch time drop-in session to explore the GMC's Leadership and Management guidance and learn how some simple leadership principles can help you work more effectively with patients and colleagues.
Wednesday 16 November GMC guidance: Confidentiality (we are refreshing our Confidentiality guidance in late 2016)
Are you confident about confidentiality? The GMC receives more queries from doctors in this area than almost any other - bring yours along to this interactive workshop to explore the wide range of GMC guidance available and help ensure you can navigate this complex area - confidently!
Wednesday 14 December GMC guidance: Raising and Acting on Concerns
Building a genuine patient safety culture can be easier said than done. If you have ever experienced a barrier to raising concerns, join this GMC lunchtime session exploring how they can be overcome, and what support is available for doctors to perform this vital role.
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