Primary care systems can clearly be described as networks of people and things, ideas, processes, relationships and technologies. It is patently clear that we have a duty open the black boxes of our primary care systems, lest ignorance of how they work
Andrew Papanikitas introduces the articles in this Month's Life and Times, and reflects on the meaning of 'Crisis' as it applies to global general practice
If there’s latent theme hiding in this month’s life and times, it has something to do with qualities and deployment of good leadership.
Introducing the BJGP Life and Times section for the March edition, Andrew Papanikitas wondered whether policymakers and the public see GPs as 'Things' or as 'Rational economic man.' Perhaps both views are wrong?