Our members all received their Newsletters last week. We explore the implications of a GP not being available on the day; Judith on why EBM is not all motherhood and apple pie; Liz has some great advice for all GPs who do work outside of an employment contract; Aimee is in a sweat; Sonia wants us to plan our crises; Charlotte helps us keep track of interesting patients, plus our roundup from sessional GP groups across the UK.Issue 78 NASGP Newsletter August 2014
78th NASGP Newsletter out now
14th August 2014 by NASGP
"I started using LocumDeck as one of our locums used it. It was easy to see her availability and when bookings are made I get confirmation of the booking and can view them on the calendar too. When invoices are sent, I can see it on the site, and digitally sign the pension form (this is one of the best bits!). It would be good if all locums used it, as then it would be so much easier for me to track my bookings and check their availability without emailing or texting them, waiting for a reply and then emailing back to confirm. It’s a great place for their documents to sit also. I can access it from home or my mobile which is useful as when I am not in surgery is when I usually need a locum!"
Debbie, Practice Manager in St Ives