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Six steps - what to do if your other partners want to leave

Module summary

Dr Mo Roshan explores what to do if you face the prospect of being the last (wo)man standing 

Learning objectives

This module offers advice on the action you should take when the other partners in your practice want to leave, including:

  • Getting the right insurance
  • Methods to persuade your partner to stay
  • How to plug the gaps with other staff
Author

Dr Mo Roshan is a GP in Leicester and chair of Leicester Health Federation and LLR Provider Company

Date module published
30/06/2016
Module due for review
30/06/2018
Suggested number of CPD credits
Completing this module will earn you a certificate for a suggested
1 CPD hour
By showing evidence of impact you could double that to
2 CPD hours
What other GPs said after completing this module
Raises issues I didn't previously need to consider
Raul Mascarenhas
17.04.2017.
very good
Sanjay Mansingh
16.04.2017.
Food for thought.
Alec Goldin
14.04.2017.
Succinct and to the point
Carolyn Papenfus
19.03.2017.
Useful synthesis, confirms the serendipity that is partner replacement, and that there are no secret routes really. Maps some of the pitfalls of not looking closely at worst case scenarios too.Insurance suggestion likely to expensive? Important to check financial consequences of removing a premises buyout from practice agreements too.
Nigel Sewell
16.03.2017.