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2023 pay rise: ‘No money’ for uplift, salaried GPs told 2023 pay rise: ‘No money’ for uplift, salaried GPs told

Some have been told that ‘no money has come through the contract’ for the six percent pay rise due to them.

Spring Budget slowed NHS Pension drop-outs, FOI finds Spring Budget slowed NHS Pension drop-outs, FOI finds

Join our free event, 'Starting out with locum accounts', to learn more about how to manage your NHS pension, and how the McCloud remedy affects you.

GP ‘Instant Book’ sessions up 50 percent year on year GP ‘Instant Book’ sessions up 50 percent year on year

At the time of writing, September is due to be up 20% year on year, and 13% month on month.

Two thirds of partners have trouble finding GP locums Two thirds of partners have trouble finding GP locums

Two thirds of GP partners had been unable to recruit a locum at least once when they needed one over the past six months and half said it was difficult to recruit GP locums, a new poll by GP Online reveals.

NASGP Locum Chambers praised in Uni of Manchester report NASGP Locum Chambers praised in Uni of Manchester report

Locums are a ‘key component’ the NHS ‘needs’, and should be supported effectively, a new report has found.

GPs to get final McCloud remedy, compensation GPs to get final McCloud remedy, compensation

GPs may benefit from proposed changes to NHS Pension Scheme Regulations according to a new Government consultation.

Free GP locum accounting talk launched for October Free GP locum accounting talk launched for October

Adrian Cousens, director of RSM UK, will present a free 45-minute talk with time for questions as part of NASGP’s monthly webinar on the first Thursday of every month.

Making Tax Digital project in question as cost balloons Making Tax Digital project in question as cost balloons

Rolling out Making Tax Digital may be too expensive to pursue.

LocumDeck nominated for two General Practice 2023 awards LocumDeck nominated for two General Practice 2023 awards

GPs can vote for their choices until 11 October.

GP numbers ‘flatlining’, latest NHS workforce stats reveal GP numbers ‘flatlining’, latest NHS workforce stats reveal

By headcount, there are currently 36,493 fully-qualified GPs (excluding trainees), 236 fewer than July 2022. These stats exclude GP locums.

GP and psychologist to present NASGP’s September event GP and psychologist to present NASGP’s September event

Dr Elizabeth McNaught, a GP with lived experience of disordered eating, will join NASGP’s September event.

GP Return to Practice programme relaunched GP Return to Practice programme relaunched

The bursary has now risen to £4000 per month and can be backdated to 1 April. 

Prof Tony Avery and MPS to speak at NASGP event Prof Tony Avery and MPS to speak at NASGP event

Professor Tony Avery and Dr Caroline Osborne-White will lead sessions as part of Guidelines 2023’s NASGP stream.

GP registrars can now book post-CCT sessions on LocumDeck GP registrars can now book post-CCT sessions on LocumDeck

Registrars can now add availability to get ahead.

GPs’ 25-contact limit ‘arbitrary’, says NHS England GPs’ 25-contact limit ‘arbitrary’, says NHS England

NASGP members warn of doing more than twice the limit in rare cases.

GP at Hand sale looms as Babylon merger fails GP at Hand sale looms as Babylon merger fails

Babylon is seeking to sell off its UK business including GP at Hand after a planned merger failed.

Free talk on eating disorders scheduled for GPs in September Free talk on eating disorders scheduled for GPs in September

Nick Pollard, co-author of The Oxford Specialist Handbook on Eating Disorders, will present a 45-minute talk next month on his work on eating disorders.

Salaried GPs and trainees scheduled for 6% payrise Salaried GPs and trainees scheduled for 6% payrise

The Government has announced that salaried GPs and trainees are due a 6% pay rise.

Burnout rife for GP registrars and trainers – GMC survey Burnout rife for GP registrars and trainers – GMC survey

GP trainers and trainees have reported high levels of burnout in this year’s GMC survey. 

Two weeks to payment on account deadline Two weeks to payment on account deadline

Tax on account is due on 31 July.

GPs in Suffolk and Essex get funded NASGP membership GPs in Suffolk and Essex get funded NASGP membership

GPs get funded until 2025 with just one LocumDeck session.

BMA doctors declare ‘no confidence’ in the GMC BMA doctors declare ‘no confidence’ in the GMC

Doctors at ARM protest for the second time in five years.

General practice in Wales faces collapse, GPC chair warns General practice in Wales faces collapse, GPC chair warns

Four in five Welsh GPs fear they will be unable to provide safe care because of workload.

GPs, consultants, SAS and junior docs may strike pre-election GPs, consultants, SAS and junior docs may strike pre-election

All four types of doctors could take industrial action in the run-up to the general election, BMA warned The Guardian.