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GPC Chair's News

14 June 2019 - including:

  • Annual allowance and tax change survey

  • Tackling anti-GP rhetoric

  • Medical Defence Union legal action 

  • Primary Care Network support

  • Social Prescribing: making it work for GPs and patients

  • GP pressures

  • BMA review

  • UK Doctors’ Salary and Satisfaction Report 2019

  • Proposed new contract deal for junior doctors

  • GP trainees committee elections

  • Re-train as a GP

  • NHS waiting lists

  • QNI launches new national survey of District Nurse team leaders

  • Former Scottish GPC chair awarded CBE

  • Annual Representatives Meeting

  • GPC newsletter

  • GP trainee newsletter

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