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New To General Practice Partnership

GPM+ event

Wednesday 5 June 2024

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This is a morning event.

Times: 09:30 - 11:30

Suitable for:
This course is aimed at those who have recently joined  or are considering moving  into GP partnership. This may be from from a salaried or trainee role or other roles considering partnership, such as practice managers and nurses.  Partners still in early years but feel  they need a refresh on core responsibilities and skills, may also benefit.  

Course summary - within the two hours, we shall:

  • Cover the challenges of being a business owner, whilst still maintaining clinical duties.
  • Review the basics of belonging to a partnership, including the business and finance responsibilities.
  • Look at the resilience needed within a partnership to ensure it can function effectively.

The course includes several exercises for you to explore your own learning needs, within the partnership and allows you to take ideas and actions back to your Practice for further development.

Course format:

The course will be run via zoom – a joining link will be shared with you a few days before the event. We provide interactive sessions with between 3 and 12 delegates allowing opportunity for small group discussions. Please therefore ensure you can log in using your own device (rather than sharing devices with colleagues) with sound and video.


The course is fully funded, however, we do offer you the opportunity to donate £10.00 per delegate to the Cameron Fund. The booking process allows you to make a donation or not. 


If you are unable to attend please consider whether your place can be used by a colleague. Late cancellations and DNAs are costly in terms of both finance and time – if you need to cancel please let us know at least 5 days before the course date.

Main contact

Name: Tim Bennett


If you have any communication or mobility needs that the event organisers need to be aware of please contact them in advance of the course to let them know.


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