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The BMA general practitioners committee (GPC) is the only body which represents all GPs in the UK. It deals with all matters affecting NHS GPs, whether or not they are BMA members.
Key issues which GPC are influencing and championing on behalf of GPs.
The latest news, guidance and current issues for general practice from the general practitioners committee.
The General Practitioners Committee England represents the interests of all GPs in England, regardless of whether they are BMA members.
The General Practitioners Committee Wales represents the interests of all GPs in Wales, regardless of whether they are BMA members
Read about our work, representatives and meetings in Scotland.
Read about our work, representatives and meetings in Northern Ireland.
Details of the GPC national chairs and executive team
Nominations for GPC regional representatives for the 2017-20 sessions and the GP trainee subcommittee are now open. Find out more.
Information on the date, time and venue for GPC UK meetings.
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Doctors send deepest sympathies to families affected by #manchesterattack and praise rapid response of the NHS https://t.co/1DnCKvElRF
23 May 2017 6:31 PM
Do you know who your responsible officer is? Read our #revalidation guidance https://t.co/ZCXENHjxXS #Reavy4Reval
23 May 2017 4:00 PM
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