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Coming to the end of my term of office as Chair of the Sessional GP Subcommittee, this has provided me with the best opportunity so far to reflect upon our development as a Subcommittee and our achievements, representing the views and the best interests of ALL Sessional GPs across the UK. From the recognition of the importance of Sessional GPs in the workforce, our expansion from an 8 member Committee to a regionally based 16 member Committee, our designated places on the General Practitioner Committee and inclusion as part of the negotiating team. We have promoted being a Sessional GP as a positive career choice, prepared guidance and provided support, successfully lobbied for the revisions to the Induction and Refresher Scheme and the development of the Retainer Scheme. (The interim Retainer Scheme should be launched within the next few weeks). We organise conferences, prepare a monthly newsletters with hot topics that are relevant to you as Sessional GPs, and continue to campaign for the recognition of the Salaried GP Model contract as a bench mark for T&Cs of employment, as well as contract checking service, locum agreement guidance, salaried and locum GP handbooks and much much more (see achievement document below).
However our biggest challenge is yet to come; New Models of Care, whether Accountable Care Organisations and/or the MPC voluntary contract, which although directly affects contractors, will have a lasting and significant impact upon the way we work, the level and organisation of the services we provide our patients, our terms and conditions of employment and engagement, as well as our potential for career development and leadership opportunities within these organisations. And what is the relationship of locums within these organisations? Within the GP Five Year Forward View locums are discussed, and although it is short on detail, there is a continuing commitment to setting maximum indicative locum rates and encouraging more substantive relationships within primary care providers.
It has been my privilege and honour to lead this Subcommittee over the years and will continue to represent Sessional GPs for the coming session. But let me emphasise that I am in no doubt that the newly elected Subcommittee, led by our very capable and resourceful new Chair, Zoe Norris, will meet the challenges and address our needs and best interests during this most important time for Sessional GPs.
Vicky Weeks is the outgoing chair of the sessional GP subcommittee
Dear Vicky, has been lovely working with you and thank your for all you have done to raise the profile and immense value of sessional GPs.
Kamilla Porter, Sessional GP Representative South Essex LMC
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