Don’t ignore your cervical screening invite

Around 570 women in England aged between 50 and 64 are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year. It’s important you still attend your cervical screening even if you’ve had clear results in the past. A few minutes of your time can help stop cancer before it starts. For more information visit nhs.uk/cervicalscreening […]

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1 September deadline dropped for GP data opt-outs

Following the negative backlash to the announcements around GP data extraction from both general practice and patients earlier this year, the Government has issued a carefully worded statement to try and reassure general practice that their concerns have been heard.  The statement removes any specific date for the data extraction to start. Importantly the September 1st deadline for patients to […]

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Will your practice beat the website accessibility deadline?

There’s a deadline approaching for GP practices to meet new government accessibility requirements. By 23 September all practices should be working towards making their websites easier to use for everyone, regardless of any disability. This means, for example, making sure that any images on your website have alternative text that describes their function for visually […]

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Using your practice website for patient signposting and self care

All GP practices are looking at ways of helping their patients choose the right service. At GPsurgery.net we’ve been looking at how our websites can help our GP practice clients help their patients get the right care from the right people. We’ve developed two new buttons – labelled ‘Who do I see?’ and ‘Self care’ […]

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