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The sessional GPs subcommittee is part of the BMA's general practitioners committee (GPC). We provide national representation for all salaried and locum GPs.
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Elections to the GPC for the 2019-20 session will open in early 2019. More information will follow closer to the time.
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GPC UK has identified key areas that must be addressed in order to turn around the current crisis facing general practice.
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