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Pulse declares war on unsustainable GP workload

Pulse has declared a war on unsustainable GP workload, with a crowdsourcing offensive to find out how general practice can be made more bearable.

The War On Workload campaign #PulseWOW aims to gather all the best ways Pulse readers have to reduce their workload, from practice policies that reverse workload dump from hospitals to educational materials for patients that enable them to self care.

If your practice has a tip to reduce workload, let us know – fill in the form  with a short description of your idea, and the best idea will win a year’s supply of chocolate Hob Nobs for the practice.

We will compile the ideas to create a manual for all practices, so please take five minutes to share your idea and together we can help win the war on workload.

Find out more information and send us your ideas here 

Readers' comments (5)

  • Good on ya's !

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  • Best of luck !!

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  • Pulse's world of warcraft team will need a new twitter handle.

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  • Smoke and mirrors guys-
    Hunt wants monkeys as NHSE pays peanuts.
    Beep if you're not a monkey and fek the shites cos they're already shitting themselves about who is going to look after them when they are older and sicker and too late the wiser

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  • Easy solution to" how can general practice made more bearable"
    1 resign
    2 retire
    3 emigrate
    4 don't become a doctor
    5 change career
    there are no longer any other solutions

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