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CPD SOS

Surina, Stephanie and Stephen set-up CPD SOS to transform Continuing Professional Development from a box-ticking exercise into something clinicians truly value.

 

We know how hard it is to juggle busy personal and professional lives with the annual revalidation process... wanting to learn and grow but too often just focusing on collecting points.

 

As start-up co-founders we believe we can leverage our network and skills to curate the very best CPD events for GPs, raising the profile of our start-ups across General Practice. 

 

Meet the team

 

Dr Surina Beddoe, co-founder of MyLocumManager 

Dr Surina Beddoe is a GP and founder of MyLocumManager, an online accounting toolkit and organiser for Locum GPs. Our easy to use software takes care of all your job scheduling, invoicing, pension calculations and tax reports. Our partnered accountants give free support.  Our popular toolkit will help you save time and get paid faster on any device.

 

 Dr Stephanie Eltz, co-founder of Doctify

Dr Stephanie Eltz co-founded Doctify, a London based company created by two Orthopaedic registrars in 2015. By using Doctify, patients can search, compare and book doctors online.  As a doctor you can use Doctify if you need to find a specialist by reading their curated profile, get information about their specialist interest and browse patients ratings. The doctors are also matched up with conditions they treat to make a GPs life easier. The founders are driven by their vision of using technology to improve healthcare.

 

Stephen Bourke, co-founder of Echo

Stephen Bourke is the co-founder of Echo, an app described by Wired as 'Deliveroo for repeat prescriptions'. Both Stephen and his co-founder Sai take medication to manage long-term conditions and were frustrated with the hassle of ordering repeat prescriptions. So they quit their jobs to buld something better. Echo's goal is to radically improve medication adherence, improving compliance and concoradance whilst reducing the barriers to medication possession. Launched in late 2016, Echo is featured on the offical NHS Digital Apps library. 

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