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GPC Chair's News

Updated: Jun 11, 2019

3 May 2019 - including:


  • Support for Primary Care Networks

  • Warning labels on opioid medicines

  • RCGP ‘tech’ manifesto

  • Letter to NHS Property Services tenants regarding occupation regularisation

  • Out of hours services

  • Sessional GPs elections

  • Winter pressures (England)

  • ESA65B - Issuing fit notes for patients appealing their Work Capability Assessments (UK)

  • NHS e-Referral Service (e-RS) – how has implementation gone? (England)

  • Update on General Practice Indicators temporary outage

  • Supply issue Epanutin 50mg Infatabs

  • Shortage of expert witnesses survey

  • Latest GPC newsletter

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