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Supporting sessional GPs
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 600 articles, news items, FAQs, downloads and blog articles all specifically developed for sessional GPs.
Standardised Practice Information Portal (Spip)
Including your Centralised Updatable Directory of Services (Cudos)
Spip is a secure, online platform where practices can centrally store, update and then display all of their highly localised, practice-specific information to their staff and GPs at the point of need, equipping them to manage patients safely and efficiently.
It comes free with NASGP membership.
In the news
Appraisal is often seen as an onerous task, and has not been…Read news
On our blog
There are two new guidelines from NICE on the use of Evolocumab and Alirocumab for…Read post
This is a new guideline on using the Greenlight XPS system for treating BPH. This…Read post
Sara Chambers and Richard Fieldhouse give a rundown of what's inside the August 2016 edition…Read post
This is a statement from the FSRH on a study recently published on risks with…Read post
This is new guidance from NICE advising that canagliflozin, dapagliflozin and empagliflozin can all be…Read post
Burnout is a term that’s loosely applied to pretty much any condition causing chronic exhaustion…Read post
Another guideline from NICE on a new treatment for migraine (transcutaneous electrical stimulation of the…Read post
Illness during your working life it can have a disastrous effect on your earning potential.…Read post
The Sessional GP Magazine
'The Sessional GP' is the only digital magazine exclusively for sessional GPs, and is published online every 8 weeks (February, April, June, August, October and December). Financial, accountancy and careers advice, clinical updates, risk management, local news, and lots more.