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Our latest guidance on how best to deliver patient services.
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This standard ensures that people with a disability or sensory loss receive information in a way they can access and understand.
This guidance is to remind practices and to summarise their responsibilities relating to the Standard.
Read our guidance on GP access to clarify the contractural obligations for meeting the reasonable needs of patients and what you can do if you are challenged by your CCG.
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If you already work for an online service provider or are considering it, you need to know how it will affect your medical indemnity, revalidation and other key points. Read more.
This guidance attempts to answer concerns about funding for the care certificate and whether it is a CQC mandatory requirement for GP practices.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent health and adult social care regulator for England. Find out how they relate to your practice.
Specific guidance on the roles and responsibilities for GPs who are first on the scene of a child death as set out by the Department of Education.
This guidance aims to clarify the distinction between confirming and certifying death in relation to the obligations of the general practictioner.
The EU Directive grants a fundamental right to access healthcare services across the European Economic Area for all EEA citizens.