We support sessional GPs who love being GPs but don’t necessarily want to be bound by the constraints of a conventional partnership – either for the time being, or the rest of our career – by working as a salaried or locum GP.
The more members we have, the more we can do for locum GPs and salaried GPs. So, we hope you’ll also join the NASGP as a member, or sign up as our guest for a week.
We have over 350 articles, news items, FAQs, downloads and blog articles all specifically developed for sessional GPs.
And new for 2015, NASGP’s AppraisalAid: a comprehensive breakdown of all you need to know about NHS appraisal as a GP locum or salaried GP. Built from the ground up by NASGP’s appraisal and revalidation lead Dr Sara Chambers, it includes 20 downloadable templates for you to develop and present your appraisal evidence.
The BMA’s recent survey of the profession included just over 3,000 sessional GP respondents. Work-life balance Just over 70% of locum GP respondent’s gave flexibility and the desire for
Pallant Medical Chambers have updated their downloadable spreadsheet, exclusively for NASGP members.
After a 10 year hiatus, the GP returner scheme returns to England as the National GP Induction and Refresher (I&R) scheme. In a nutshell, if you’ve not been a
The UK’s three separate NHS pensions authorities have almost completed publishing the latest versions of locum forms A and B in time for the 1st April 2015. UPDATE
Nice have published their draft guidance on antimicrobial stewardship, which includes a plan to release personalised prescribing data to GPs. Resistance to antimicrobials is increasing, and alongside global-scale