Posts Categorized: Practice Management

Do you need a fire extinguisher in your practice?

Whilst there is not a specific law relating to whether fire extinguishers are required, there is a responsibility to prove that you have done everything in your power to prevent fire breaking out and fire damage. On that premise responsible practice owners will have at least one fire extinguisher in place.  There are different types of extinguisher depending on the nature of the fire.  You need to consider the fire risks in your premises and purchase the appropriate extinguisher. It should not be more than 30 metres travel in your Continue Reading »

Do you have a growth mindset?

A friend who works as a teacher was recently enthusing about encouraging students to have a ‘growth mindset’.  It sounded intriguing and so I looked into it and found some really interesting information which opened my eyes to traits which I am sure you will recognise from clinical practice. You probably want to see growth as a practitioner but the question is what are the labels on the x and y axes of our graph? What is a growth mindset? Professor Carol Dweck of Stanford University has spent the last Continue Reading »