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A practice manager in Cornwall has been featured by BBC News and Metro after her tweet inviting GP locums to work at her surgery went viral.GPs in North London invited to join new locum chambers for freelance support at work
NASGP has opened applications for a new GP locum chambers for GPs in Barnet, Haringey and Enfield.BMA calls for independent review of bias in GMC fitness-to-practise procedures
New ruling 'raises a further and highly significant concern,' Dr Nagpaul wrote.Welsh locum GPs raise fees by 20 percent to cover indemnity over hub concerns
GP locum and NASGP chair Dr Richard Fieldhouse told Pulse he had seen examples of locums putting up their rates by a fifth.Locums lose hours on pensions paperwork after PCSE portal fails, drops auto-fill forms
Locums said PCSE’s errors had put them off the NHS pension altogether.Locum session bookings increase in more than half of UK practices in 2021, GPs report
Dr Richard Fieldhouse, chair of NASGP, said: 'It’s hugely worrying seeing practices still struggle with so much increased demand from patients.'Manchester GPs and practice managers sound the alarm on Northern NHS workforce crisis
Join our Manchester chambers today via the LocumDeck homepage.GPs ‘mistakenly given access to colleagues’ pension data’, campaigners report
NASGP urges any members who encounter this error to report it to PCSE, and on NASGP’s exclusive members’-only forum.GPs face ‘moral distress’ from remote consulting pressures, new BMA survey reveals
Some 51% of GPs report a ‘lack of time to give sufficient emotional support to patients’.GP workload to rise again after NHS England introduces new ‘health checks’ for 2021
No operational detail yet on funding or delivery for stroke checks at COVID-19 and flu jab clinics this autumn.GPs warn that higher indemnity costs will put more pressure on the workforce crisis
Not only does it make sense for indemnity costs to be provided by the NHS within which GPs work, but also that everyone is treated equally.Call for review of GPs’ re-registration processes amid Covid-19 workforce crisis
Dr Hughes’ comments came just days before the publication of a highly critical report into how Covid-19 burnout is accelerating the NHS workforce crisis.PCSE bank holiday pensions portal mistake alarms sessional GPs
A history of mistakes and errors has left GPs disappointed and nervous about changes by PCSE.GP workload teeters as Gov adds data opt-out, mask exemptions, whiplash claims
Only last month, GP leaders had warned the public that patient demand now radically outstrips workforce capacity.Locum bank indemnity tie-ins would be ‘financially crippling’, UK GPs warned
Welsh GPs used this year’s conference to warn colleagues across the UK about the dangers of locum banks.
Dr Fieldhouse, NASGP chair, said: ‘This government needs to stop micromanaging contributory work benefits like the NHS Pension Scheme, particularly at a time when we are trying to encourage more GPs to work in the NHS.'GP locums and NASGP invited to report on racial bias in CQC investigations at GP practices
The CQC is currently undertaking a project to investigate concerns that practices led by GPs from a Black, Asian or ethnic minority background are more likely to receive lower ratings from the CQC.New ‘face-to-face’ rules from NHS England put GP locums on the spot
GP locums report being asked to do up to 90% face-to-face appointments following controversial new guidance from NHS England.Free membership offer launches for GPs in Surrey
The Frimley scheme is the fourth of four local partnership schemes that NASGP runs in Essex, Devon and the Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire areas.Seek help from MPs to raise pay, retain salaried GPs, BMA urges
Local MPs can help fight the GP workforce slippage by calling for better GP salaries, the BMA told doctors this week.GP workforce out of step with demand, new NHS data shows
The BMA has warned that the GP workforce is not growing quickly enough to cope with current demand.
Dr Richard Fieldhouse, NASGP chair, said: 'This outstanding piece of work should be essential reading for all involved at any leadership level within primary care.'Record-breaking LocumDeck bookings again for April
GP locum bookings broke records again last month, with bookings on LocumDeck up 15% compared with March.New NIHR study calls for GP locum experiences
A new NIHR study is looking for locums, including GP locums, to share their experiences of working as a locum in the UK.