Monthly Archives: October 2012

Five time management tips for private practitioners

Running your own practice can be overwhelming. Administration, marketing, finance, CPD…and then you’ve got to fit in seeing your clients! If you’re struggling with a mountain of paperwork, if you find yourself burning the midnight oil, or if you’re getting … Continue reading

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Keep yourself safe

We have just heard about a low-cost service offered by Bristol City Council that is applicable to all UK practitioners. It might be of interest if you’ve ever felt at risk, either from your clients or simply because you work … Continue reading

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Health and safety advice for the private practitioner

Health and safety is a key consideration for the private practitioner. Firstly – as a business, you will need to comply with health and safety law. It doesn’t matter if you’re a sole trader or an employer, and whether you … Continue reading

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Why approaching a GP is NOT always the best way to attract new business

By far the biggest issue for small private practices is marketing. Once you’ve established some initial contacts and worked with a client or two, you’ll probably find yourself asking these familiar questions:   Where do I get new business from? … Continue reading

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