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16 November 2020

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This article has been provided and sponsored by Quality Compliance Systems

In the latest episode of the QCS General Practice Podcast, Tracy Green, Head of Primary Care at QCS is joined by Kiran Johnson who is the co-founder of Primary Care Direct to talk about workforce, relationships, wellbeing and tools that are available to support Primary Care Networks (PCNs). 

The episode also talks about the Additional Roles Reimbursements and how PCNs can gain support to recruit those roles. You can also find out how to embed the people in these roles within the PCN and what support is available nationally. 

Free event – 19 November

Primary Care Direct – A wellbeing occasion for practice management staff

The Covid-19 pandemic has left many practice management staff feeling drained, overwhelmed and even stressed to breaking point in some roles. Practice managers and PCN leads have told us that they have experienced feeling helpless, feeling anxious or depressed, and feeling ‘guilty’ for taking time out when you know your team are stretched.

Without good wellbeing, there cannot be good patient care. 

Strong, resilient wellbeing is needed now more than ever in primary care and our free ‘All About You – A wellbeing occasion for practice management staff’ could be just the treatment you need and deserve.

Sponsored by Quality Compliance Systems, Moodbeam and Circular Wave, Primary Care Direct are inviting you to the launch of our Wellbeing Service on Thursday 19 November 17.30-19.00 via Teams.  

Take 5 minutes out with some mindfulness, play our wellbeing bingo game and win some great prizes along the way whilst finding out more about our service including how we can support you with our Well Being Buddys, Help in a Crisis line, our partnerships with digital wellbeing services and how to deal with difficult patients and situations.

Sound good?  Book your free place by Monday 16 November 2020  here.

To find out more about Primary Care Direct or to contact Kiran Johnson please either call,  01482 649900, email: [email protected] or visit