In our 94th edition, Kate helps you to get a good night's sleep, Liz has the latest on IR35, Sonia has more on goal-setting, Judith's intelligence is far from artificial, Rachel on GMC's latest on confidentiality and Louise on what's probably the last thing on anyone's mind after just having had a baby. [The Sessional GP]
I feel strongly that sessional GPs need an organisation solely focussed on representing their interests.
I wanted to share with the group how AMAZINGLY GOOD the new NASGP online invoicing system is!! It is so good and so intuitive that I am lost for words and utterly filled with glee.
I have decided to retire from medicine, and so from the NASGP too. You have my heartfelt thanks for being around, especially for all the useful articles in your journal, and I wish you well for the future.
LocumDeck (opens link in new tab, completely free for NASGP members) now includes automated Locum A and B forms for England and Wales.
“…it is so good and so intuitive that I am lost for words and utterly filled with glee.
…it can send an email confirming the sessions that are booked and creates and emails invoices direct to the practice for you. These can contain links to your beautifully laid out ‘credentials’ page with all your relevant documents…and a model contract that is all ready for y…
I’ve tried simple templates or hard copies of locum packs before but find they so quickly become out of date. I like the way NASGP [Standardised Practice Information Portal] is easier to navigate and update than these paper-based systems.
The info on the website really helped when I started sessional work in April and I’ll recommend you to all my appraisees starting locum/sessional GP life as I think you’re an invaluable resource for sessional GPs.
Thank you for all your support over the years.
I regret not having joined earlier!!!
The quality and contents of the magazine are superb, and it’s wonderful that GP locums now have a voice and are seen as a vital part of the medical workforce.
I have found membership very helpful during my time as a locum and GP and would like to thank you very much.
Thank you for many years of help and support in an increasingly difficult job as a sessional GP in the NHS.
I’ve recommended [NASGP invoicing] to my colleague/friend who is also starting out as a locum GP.
I must tell you that you have a brilliant team. I find it so convenient to ask for help and it’s always tailored to my needs. Thanks a bunch 🙂
[NASGP invoicing] is really less than a minute to invoice and do the pension forms, with everything calculated perfectly.
” I think the Spip and Cudos tool both have a very positive future and fulfil a real need…”
Thanks for all you have done for sessional GPs, keep up the good work!
[NASGP invoicing] is fairly self-explanatory and having never made/sent an invoice before it’s made my life a lot easier, and made me feel reassured I hadn’t forgotten anything important.