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Newsletter summer 2017

Goodbye

Dr. Liz Green, GP Partner, sadly left the practice at the end of June 2017. Liz started here when we moved into 175 back in 2005 and has decided to pursue more flexible working as a locum GP. Click here to view her open letter to patients.

Repeat prescriptions

Please note when ordering repeat prescriptions please do not order any more than two weeks in advance (unless there is a certain reason i.e. holiday, in which case please specify).

CQC Inspection

The Practice is delighted to announce that we have received an overall 'Good' rating from the Care Quality Commission inspection, with some 'Outstanding' points highlighted throughout the report. The inspection took place in February this year and you can read the full report by clicking on the link below.

CQC Report Feb 2016

Annual Practice Survey

Our annual practice survey has now closed.  Results will shared once collated.

EPS - Electronic Prescription Service

The practice is now 'live' with EPS. Please read the attached patient information and if you would like to nominate a preferred pharmacy please contact them to arrange this.

EPS Patient Information.pdf

Parking! - please see Latest News for information and appeal advice.

Friends & Family Test

Please take a minute to tell us about your last trip to the practice - Beaconsfield Medical Practice - Friends & Family Test

Research at Beaconsfield Medical Practice

Research at Beaconsfield Medical Practice

Beaconsfield Medical Practice hosts an array of research activities. This means that you may be asked to participate in research studies. You do not have to take part and if you decline your normal care will not be affected.

Emily Manthorpe is the research lead. Please ask for her if you have any queries.

 

              emily.manthorpe@nhs.net      mobile:07766253312

 

Patient participation and how to take part in research

There are different ways that patients can become involved in studies the practice is participating in:

1. A doctor or nurse may talk to you about the study and ask whether you would consider taking part

2.You will be sent information through the post if we feel that you might be a suitable participant

3. You may read information on our website about a current study and wish to take part by contacting the practice

Patients who express an interest in finding out more about a study will be asked for their permission to share their name and contact details with the study team. Some studies require direct contact between participants and the team; others involve contact through a member of practice staff or with a Primary Research Network nurse.

Participation in research is entirely voluntary and you have the rights to say ‘No’. Nobody will put pressure on you to take part in research if you do not wish to. You do not have to give us a reason if you decide not to take part in a research study.

You will always receive clear information about what taking part in a research study would involve. The practice will usually provide you with a patient information sheet; then, if you agree to take part, the study team will explain the study to you in more detail and you will have the opportunity to ask questions about it.

Nobody from outside this practice will be given your contact details or have access to your medical records without your prior consent. If you do agree to take part in a study, you will be asked to sign a consent form – this will clearly state which parts of your notes (if any) may be looked at for the purposes of the research.

You will not be asked to take part in a large number of studies. Most researchers are very specific about the criteria that people need to meet in order to enter their study. Usually this means that only a relatively small number of patients at the practice will be suitable for any one study.



 
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