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GPC Chair's New

Updated: Jun 11, 2019

19 April 2019 - including:


  • Helping establish Primary Care Networks

  • Time for care programme for GP practices

  • Contract related changes to vaccinations and immunisation programmes

  • Continuity of supply of medicines

  • NICE hypertension consultation

  • GP practice apprentices (England)

  • Technology, infrastructure and data supporting NHS staff

  • Overseas charging regulations

  • Shortage of expert witnesses survey

  • Latest GPC Newsletter

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