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    • 1 month ago

    Tips for sessional GPs

    Our appraisal and revalidation survey conveyed that many sessional GPs require support with the appraisal and revalidation process, particularly with gathering appropriate supporting information on quality improvement activity and significant events,...
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    Sessional GPs urged to connect with local colleagues

    Sessional GPs should connect with their local colleagues for vital support in what can be an isolated field of practice, a BMA conference has heard. The BMA sessional GPs conference last week heard of the professional and personal benefits of forming...
    • 1 month ago

    Secrets of success for sessional GPs

    Here is a small quiz for sessional GPs: 1) Do you know when you should receive your contract? 2) Do you know what should be in your contract? 3) Do you know whether you are working for a practice with a GMS (general medical services) or a personal medical...
    • 1 month ago

    Sessional GPs told 'get involved and get noticed'

    Salaried and locum GPs have been urged to ‘make more noise’ by becoming increasingly involved in local medical committees and CCGs (clinical commissioning groups). GPC sessional GPs subcommittee deputy chair Mark Selman said sessional GPs...
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    Sessional GPs subcommittee

    Sessional GPs subcommittee The sessional GPs subcommittee is part of the BMA's general practitioners committee (GPC UK). We provide national representation for all salaried and locum GPs. Sessional GPs subcommittee Subcommittee overview An overview of...
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    Sessional GPs and LMCs guidance

    LMCs (local medical committees) are the statutory bodies that represent the interests of all GPs at a local level, and as membership organisations their strength lies in their ability to represent the entirety of the profession. Sessional GPs, including...
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    Sessional GP survey 2017

    We want to understand the issues sessional GPs face in order to make sure discussions with government accurately address your needs. "It cannot be healthy for the NHS that seven out of 10 sessional GPs are considering leaving the profession at a critical...
    • 1 month ago

    Sessional GPs guidance on NHS pensions and Capita

    Since Capita took over the pensions contract in November 2015, it had been supported by a team from NHSE (NHS England) to help deliver the contract. NHSE made the decision to withdraw that support in January 2018. This has brought unease as to how the...
    • 10 months ago

    How-to-set-up-and-develop-a-sessional-GP-group

    How to set up and develop a sessional GP group January 2012  Contents   Why form one ? 1 What do they offer ? 1 Recruiting 2 Making your group known 3 Funding 4 Types of meetings 4 Running the group 5 What are the benefits of a website? 5 Areas to be...
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    Salaried-GPs-working-under-new-models-of-care

    British Medical Associationbma.org.ukSalaried GPs working under new models of care1OverviewThe traditional model of general practice is under pressure, as momentum builds to provide integrated care services at scale. Against the backdrop of rising demand...