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We have a number of updates for you this month and a guest piece from Dr Mary McCarthy, the GPC representative to UEMO – which represents all the medical unions across Europe. Her work highlights some stark differences between the UK and our colleagues elsewhere. We are already aware of the divergence in general practice for sessionals in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland compared to England with each having its own challenges.
I have spent much of my time recently involved in the DHSC review of the partnership model that was launched this month. The review is looking at the challenges currently facing the partnership model – everything that we know about: workload issues, workforce issues, how GPs fit in the local healthcare system and business models – and is looking to find solutions to address these.
Why as a sessional GP should I be involved? Because as Sarah, our new South-East rep says in her meet the rep blog, we have a unique perspective – those of us that have been partners, those of us who are thinking about a partnership and those that would never consider it – and I would encourage you to feed your views in too. Look out for the regional events that are taking place:
Nottinghamshire LMC – 23 July
YORLMC – 24 July
Londonwide LMC – 30 July
Liverpool LMCs – 19 September
Or get in touch and we will feed your views back in to the review.
Zoe Norris is the chair of the GP sessional sub-committee
Follow her on Twitter @dr_zo
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It's disappointing to see, when morale in Rural Scottish Practices has never been lower, thanks in part to the contract our representatives negotiated. that our Sessional GP rep has her eyes firmly fixed on a mist-filled Brigadoon rather than the challenges of trying to sustain a service in these areas.
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