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Who are the members of GPC?
The General Practitioners Committee represents all NHS GPs. There are 86 members of GPC, 43 of whom are directly elected regional representatives. These seats are for a three year term, one third of which are up for election each year.
The remaining seats are either from conferences, subcommittee groups or ex-officio members. The current membership is here.
Who can stand?
To be eligible to stand, vote or nominate another in a constituency you must be one of the following:
Locum GPs can stand for and vote in an election in any constituency where they contribute, or are deemed to contribute, to the LMC levy (usually the LMC where they do the majority of their work) or, if they work across many boundaries, the constituency in which the GP is on the performers list should be taken as the election constituency.
When are nominations open?
Nominations open on Friday 12 January. You can find out more information here.
Why should you put yourself forward?
The GPC remit covers all the areas of work affecting all GPs. The GPC has sole negotiating rights with the Department of Health. If you believe you can bring about positive change why not put yourself forward and do something about it?
Krishan Aggarwal is Deputy Chair of the Sessional Subcommittee, GPC UK.
You can follow him on Twitter @Krishanx
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