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GPC Chair's News: 19 July 2019

Including:

  • GPC England meeting

  • GPC England Executive and GPC policy leads confidential update

  • LMC observers at GPC meetings - UK 

  • Dates for your diary

  • LMCs – change of details - UK

  • GPC Wales

  • Scottish GPC

  • Capita/PCSE

  • Footnote in the DES Specification – population figure

  • Shared parental leave survey

  • NHSE webinars for practice staff to input to V&I review

  • BMA urges Conservative leadership hopefuls to address pension taxation

  • Letter to NHS England regarding CCG mergers

  • Digital First Consultation – reminder

  • NHS Campaigns

  • Flu vaccines

  • Making general practice a great place to work – a practical toolkit to improve the retention of GPs

  • GMC and regulation of physician associates

  • Report shows that some CCGs have almost twice as many patients per GPs than others

  • Upcoming GPC UK by-election

  • GP trainee elections

  • Regional Council elections

  • GPC newsletter


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