Resetting General Practice with Martin Marshall, Jenny Doust and Toyin Ajayi


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In this week’s episode, our focus is on what the post-COVID world of general practice might look like. The pandemic has exposed the inequalities in our social and healthcare systems, but has also given GPs some much-needed headspace to reflect on changes to make going forward. Will we be able to turn general practice off and on again, like a faulty computer? Will we just drift back to the status quo, or will we seize this opportunity to shake up the old routines in order to redefine the role of the GP and to benefit the ever-evolving needs of our patients? Our guests: Martin Marshall is Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners, a professor of Healthcare Improvement at UCL, and a GP practising in East London. Jenny Doust is a Clinical Professorial Research Fellow at the School of Public Health at the University of Queensland, and practises as a GP in Brisbane. Toyin Ajayi is Chief Health Officer, and co-founder, of Cityblock Health, which is a New York-based health and social services company delivering personalised healthcare to marginalised communities. Tom, Navjoyt and Jenny mentioned some resources they have found useful while looking at racism in medicine - which we have compiled into this document

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