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The Future of GP Collaborative Working

Published: 23 May, 2016

A new report from the Royal College of GPs, The Future of GP Collaborative Working, brings together seven case study examples of GPs taking the initiative and working in an integrated fashion, alongside secondary care physicians and the wider health and social care system, in order to redesign services to better meet the needs of their patients. The examples given show how it is possible to take advantage of the opportunities available and work within existing frameworks to create a service that responds flexibly to patients’ changing needs.

The case studies:

  • GPs working in a multidisciplinary team: Guys and St Thomas’ @home service
  • GPs working with: Paediatricians, Social Services, Mental Health, and Health Visitors: Connecting Care for Children, Inner London
    GPs working with: Psychiatrists, Nursing,and Social Care : Brighton and Hove Memory Assessment Service
  • GPs working with Pharmacists: Old School Surgery, Bristol
  • GPs working with: Mental health services: Thornbrook surgery, Derbyshire
  • GPs working with: Paediatricians, Hospital Consultants, Physicians, Nursing, and Social Care: The Livingston Experiment, Scotland
  • GPs working with Paediatricians: GPwSI in Paediatrics in the Child Health Clinic in Lerwick, Shetland Islands

Last updated: 23 May, 2016

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