Your first source of help and advice on core topics should be your appraiser.
Your local postgraduate centre may be able to help with practical teaching and learning - for example on audit.
All areas have NHS prescribing advisers. Some are pharmacists, others are doctors. All have a specific remit to help doctors working in general practice to examine their prescribing.
Some NHS areas have a referrals adviser. It may be possible to gain advice on referral pathways or your referral statistics.
Most NHS hospital and community X-ray departments are able to extract reports and data for a named user of their services. Most laboratories are led by clinicians who are happy to advise on appropriate use of their services.
In some areas a review service is offered for video consultations, although you may have to pay for this. Ask your postgraduate centre if this is available.
The RCGP is a valuable source of information on many aspects of practice.
This page was last updated on: 18/08/2016
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