Frequently asked questions
- AppraisalAid | Appraisal in each country?
- AppraisalAid | Can GP locums access patient records later?
- AppraisalAid | What’s the minimum number of sessions I need to work?
- Equipment | What should GPs carry around with them?
- Equipment | Who provides this for on-call?
- Prescribing | Medicines for my doctor’s bag – how do I get hold of them?
- Prescribing | Repeats – should locums sign them; how can they do it safely?
- Registration | How often do I need a DBS check?
- Self-directed learning groups | SDLGs – how do I set one up?
- Training | Basic life support BLS – how often should I do it?
- Training | Information governance – how often should I do it?
- Training | Safeguarding children – how often do I need training?
- Training | Safeguarding adults – how often do I need training?
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