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The Business of Healthcare Podcast with Tara Humphrey

Oct 20, 2020

I’m a big believer in making time for professional development. Continually learning and growing will help you be the best you can. It can be hard to find the time when the day job is so busy, which is why I wanted to share the ways I put time aside to read, listen and learn.

Today I’m sharing how I am an audio learner and love to listen to build my knowledge. I talk about the areas I read about – both healthcare industry insights and the principles of how to build a business. I talk about how I manage my time to ensure I regularly make time to learn. And I give my top tips on note taking, something I’ve learnt to do over the years that saves me loads of time.


“In order to deliver our roles to the best of our ability, we need to invest in our professional development, industry development and insights and policies.” Tara Humphrey


This week on The Business of Healthcare:

  • What I listen to, to build my knowledge.
  • The areas I learn about.
  • How to best capture your learnings.
  • Books that inspire me and I couldn’t do without.
  • How I manage my time to fit in professional development.
  • My top tips on note taking.




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About Tara Humphrey

Tara Humphrey is the founder of THC Primary Care, a leading healthcare consultancy specialising in workforce transformation. Tara and her team also work with GP federations supporting the implementation of clinical services.


Tara has over 20 years of project management and business development experience across the private and public sector and has an MBA in Leadership and Management in Healthcare, is published in the London Journal of Primary Care and is the author of over 150 blogs.


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