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Representation for NASGP members from the RCGP, BMA, CQC, GMC and MPS
NASGP fully supports Dame Prof Gerada’s calls for better support at work, and confidential services for clinicians to prevent mental ill health.
Wellbeing, working patterns and career priorities are all top of the agenda, with Richard explaining how Locum Chambers and Balint groups support GPs’ wellbeing at work
RCGP members within their first year post-qualification now get Membership Plus for free, and all RCGP members get a 50% discount on Membership Plus
We know you’ve missed them, but don’t worry! Appraisals are back next month
It is imperative that triage and consultation are recognised as unique, and different, skills by partners and professional bodies
NASGP has a continued aim to promote high standards of medical care. In doing so the NASGP has detailed its Code of Good Practice, which endorses the GMCs ‘Good Medical Practice’
Our advice on how to register for an NHS.net email address
NASGP were informed today via Pulse that the BMA have produced a new BMA locum practice agreement.
This is the first in a series of blogs to keep NASGP members up to date with deliberations of relevance to sessional GPs.
The RCGP has just published its findings from their independent inquiry into patient centred care in the 21st century, chaired by former NHS Confederation Chief Executive Mike Farrar.
The recent BMA sessional GP conference for salaried and locum GPs gave some advice on how we need to adapt to changes in the NHS.
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