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New notes won’t be visible to patients until 2022 after the Government delayed changes, Pulse reports.
Four in five GPs have voted against ‘name and shame’ tactics in an indicative ballot, The Guardian reports.Review launched into impact of Covid on GPs
The BMA has launched a review into lessons learnt from the pandemic to understand 'the impact on doctors and the NHS'.BMA launches legal challenge against NHS pensions changes
The BMA has taken the first steps towards a judicial review into the cost of age discrimination.
Dr Watson’s article revealed the toll of rising patient contacts since Covid-19.Salaried GPs not required to disclose earnings, BMA says
NHS England backtracks on >£150k name-and-shame list a day before deadline.Patients will see GP notes on record from December 2021
New GP notes on record will be visible to patients via the NHS App from December onwards.Doctors overpaid ‘extremely complicated’ charges by £11m
A group of doctors overpaid pensions tax to the tune of £11m, a financial advisory firm reports.GPs delivered 26% more face-to-face appointments in September
GPs gave more than 28m consultations in England during the month.Locums held average rates at 2020 levels, new survey finds
Average hourly and daily rates remained static, poll of 441 GPs reveals.
Should this ballot for industrial action go ahead, eligible BMA members will be able to use this opportunity to make their voices heard.Fully-funded NASGP membership in new Herts-Essex partnership
GP locums have been offered a range of fully-funded services for the next two years, thanks to local support.GPs spread thin across the UK, new analysis shows
At best, Liverpool CCG has one GP for every 1,614 people, but Fylde and Wyre CCG has 2,833 people for every GP.NASGP warns that new funding won’t solve GP workforce crisis
Dr Fieldhouse warned PoliticsHome that £250m access fund ignores workforce crisis.GP locums now eligible for Covid-19 booster jabs
GP locums can now book a booster via an NHS service.LocumDeck bookings up 300% more than this time last year
67% more 'Instant' bookings in September than August, stats show.
NASGP is already working with GPs in the West Country to enable GPs outside the area to support their practices remotely.NASGP writes to PCSE for pensions clarity
GP locums are becoming increasingly frustrated by the new PCSE pensions portal, NASGP founders told PCSE in an email this week.Remote locums needed for NASGP pilot
'This remote service can support practices and patients in areas that have struggled to recruit or retain GPs,' Dr Fieldhouse said.BMA holds urgent meeting with health secretary following PM’s ‘face-to-face’ comments
Public outcry over GP-bashing in UK parliament and media has led Dr Chaand Nagpaul, BMA chair, to request an urgent meeting with the prime minister.GP locums do not need special indemnity for remote work if covered by NHS, MPS advises
Dr Richard Fieldhouse, a GP locum and NASGP chair, wrote: 'This is a welcome clarification from the MPS.'Guidelines Live returns for in-person GP event this autumn
NASGP members get half-price registration.LocumDeck hits 2,000-practice milestone as managers flock to independent locum platform
GP locums can now work with over 2,000 GP practices in the UK on LocumDeck after the independent booking system saw its total reach new heights last week.GP locums in demand again as practices flock to LocumDeck for September rush
Early figures suggest LocumDeck bookings will double month on month in September 2021, compared with August.