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Hi, I'm Ben Molyneux and I am one of the elected members from London representing Sessional GPs.
Having previously sat on the main GP committee for the last few years, and the Junior Doctors’ Committee before that, I'm well versed on how the BMA works and hope to use this experience to help advance the cause for sessional GPs who remain a forgotten group.
I have a portfolio career involving several roles having previously been a salaried GP. I Locum in hours and also Chair my local OOH organisation. In addition, I also work in my local Emergency Department and have recently begun inspecting practices as a CQC specialist advisor. My rationale is that we need more reasonable people inspecting practices using common sense and the spirit rather than the letter of regulations.
I joined the committee because I feel with an ever increasing proportion of sessionals, GPC needs to be devoting more time and resource to non- partner GPs. Of course GMS contracts are important for all GPs but I think it is telling that an ‘indicative locum rate’ (aka a shadow cap) was agreed by the committee in negotiations last year.
I look forward to raising our collective profile and ensuring our wide and varied group gets the attention it needs. In particular, I hope to maintain our T&Cs as a plethora of new organisations come online as the Five Year Forward view providers and STP changes come into effect.
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