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Guidance, letter templates, case studies, and other resources aimed at helping to support GPs with their day to day working.
Current priorities of the GPC. Find out what the General Practitioners Committee is working on.
BMA welcomes GMC backing for adding GPs to the specialist register
GPC Chair Chaand Nagpaul has written to NHS England to urge that this essential resources reaches practices under pressure.
The NHS standard contract for secondary care trusts places new requirements on hospitals to reduce inappropriate bureaucratic workload shift onto GP practices.
GPC chair Chaand Nagpaul has written to NHS England following the recent announcement between BMA Wales and the Welsh Government to relax the Quality and Outcomes Framework in Wales.
The 10 point plan aims to target the following problem areas within general practice. Find out more, and access helpful guidance, practical support and advice.
GPC are aware of the ongoing issues with the service delivery from Primary Care Support England (PCSE) and some progress has been made following our lobbying. Find out more.
Another example of how failures from service providers commissioned by NHS England are causing havoc on the ground for practices.
This is a discussion paper from GPC for LMCs to stimulate discussion and support your role in advising GPs on the various models of primary and integrated care emerging across the country.
Please use these templates on each occasion when a hospital makes an inappropriate request which breaches the standard contract, so that the hospital can fulfil its obligations and take necessary action.
The GPC supports the principle of developing an easily accessible national telephone number for patients who have urgent health problems. However, we continue to have concerns about the pressure NHS 111 is placing on the urgent and unscheduled care system.
The BMA GPs Committee is seeking to explore mechanisms with Government to identify, support and stablise general practice in localities where sudden closures are likely to occur.
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