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A new GP contract has been negotiated in Scotland, which if approved by GPs, will have a significant impact on what general practice looks like north of the border. The effect on salaried and locum doctors, and those with portfolio roles has yet to be seen. There is a commitment to retaining and updating the model salaried contract, but also a clear aim to improve the workload for GP practices, provide stability of income for partners and reduce the risk of owning property. There is more information on the changes being proposed in Sandesh’s blog. We are all watching Scotland with interest, as the proposed solution is quite different to what is being suggested in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The difference between all four nations is becoming more pronounced, and moving at a rapid pace. I have sought assurances from Alan McDevitt, Chair of the Scottish GPC, that sessional doctors are considered in this plan, and there will remain a role for them.
While there are so many changes happening across the UK, we do need those of you out there, working in and experiencing some of these changes to keep in touch. Please let us know what’s happening in your area, good and bad. We are especially interested in whether you are involved in, or have any knowledge of changes happening with STPs in your area. The voice of sessional GPs is often not being heard; in some areas LMCs are not being given any voice on STP plans. Designing the future of general practice without hearing from the workforce of the future is a grave mistake, and we continue to stress that in all parts of the UK, leaving general practice completely remains a very real option for many sessional doctors. Until that is recognised and taken seriously, the real sense of urgency to address workload and funding continues to be lacking.
Zoe Norris is the sessional GPs subcommittee chair
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