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This month’s newsletter builds on the closer working we are doing between the sessional and trainee subcommittee. We have been working more closely for the last 18 months in recognition of the fact that many newly qualified GPs are entering the workforce as salaried, locum or portfolio GPs. With this in mind, Tom Micklewright, chair of the GP trainees subcommittee, has shared with us his blog about the case of Dr Luke Ong. We hear from many international graduates and colleagues, who remain worried about Brexit and changes to immigration rules. We remain in a serious workforce crisis and to be losing any GP trainee for reasons wholly unrelated to their fitness to practice seems absurd.
Sessional subcommittee exec member Dr Ben Molyneux has covered his experience of working as a GP in A&E. With the push to GP streaming this option is becoming increasingly common and is often a good option for sessionals. Ben shares how it works for him and what to look for.
Pensions and Capita are still making me want to cry on a regular basis. Thankfully Deputy chair Krishan Aggarwal is still keeping pressure up, and has written an update for you.
We have been including links to BMJ learning content over the last few months. The idea was to provide some free CPD, and obviously the BMA are keen to show the type of benefits you get with membership. You don’t have to be a BMA member to access this newsletter, or to get support and advice from our subcommittee members. Our newsletters, blogs and website BMA.org.uk/sessionals has most of the key information on it you can email us directly at [email protected]
If you have a complicated problem or need individual expert advice, sometimes you can only get that through BMA membership and we will flag up to you when this is the case.
But hopefully you can enjoy some CPD which this month is on lumps, bumps and sarcomas. And belated happy Easter.
Zoe Norris is the chair of the GP sessional sub-committee
Follow her on Twitter @dr_zo
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