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Read essential information and guidance on a range of staffing issues in GP practices, from employing shared staff to the value of GP networks.
An individual's employment status is important for the purposes of determining tax liability and statutory protection to employees. Read our guide to find out more.
This guidance looks at what funding is currently available for employers in England only and explains how the apprenticeship levy works.
Find out about the contractual requirements practices must have in place before offering the new contract to trainees.
Reviews guidance published by NHS England on the co-location of mental health therapists in primary care and what this means for GPs and GP practices.
A new essential guide for GP practice managers and staff. Find out which training requirements are mandatory and how to meet those demands.
Legal guidance on the GP partnership agreement, including formalising your working relationship and when to update your agreement.
The Workforce Minimum Data Set (WMDS) is a national twice-yearly collection of data on current workforce figures. Practices in England are legally required to provide this information. Find out more.
Information for GP practices employing staff on the disclosure and barring service (DBS) checks, formerly CRB checks.
This focus on paper summarises NHS England's General Practice Forward View and provides a steer for LMCs and practices on maximising its potential to deliver change locally.
This page provides a summary of the current funding changes, and highlights further developments that will impact on general practice funding.
Guidance for those who wish to form or join a collaborative GP network, including structural options, legal structures and arrangements.
GP practices may consider a number of different factors when deciding whether to take on a GP partner or a salaried GP. Find out more.