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Dr Richard Fieldhouse will join Dr Victoria Tzortziou-Brown and Dr Venothan Suri for a discussion on GP workforce next month.
Prof Hawthorne said she had also been warned that it would taken a year for PAs to become regulated by the GMC.
Report reveals massive shortfall between GPs who stay and go.
GPs have been asked to sign to protest visa blockages for overseas colleagues.
The NASGP supports calls by the RCGP to prioritise Black, Asian and minority ethnic patients for Covid-19 vaccinations, given the extensive evidence that they are at higher risk.
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
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
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 formal report is now published here, and includes information on how the RCGP are putting together a working group to tackle these issues one and for all.
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