FAQ: Who adds information to Spip?

The person who first signed up for the Spip – usually the practice manager, ‘Practice‘ – has full control over the information that appears in their Spip, as well as being able to input information themselves.

Practice, via their Dashboard, will also invite Clinicians to view their practice’s Spip, and can also reassign any Clinician to become an Editor.

Editors will usually be members of your practice team who are familiar with your practice procedures and local services e.g. GPs, medical secretaries, practice nurses. An experienced, trusted locum could also be a suitable editor.  Editors can keep Spip up-to-date in the same way as Practice.

Even Clinicians can contribute to your Spip’s completeness by leaving comments on any Spip page.

We are working hard to soon develop a group-sharing system which would allow neighbouring practices or a CCG to pool information using a shared ‘Network-Cudos’.

"I am delighted by the way the NASGP has grown and become such a good support group for locums and other non-principals. I have really appreciated the mailings and enjoyed attending one conference. Please keep up the good work!"

Dr Sarah Steed

Dr Sarah Steed

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