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GPC Chair's News

12 July 2019 - including:


  • Pensions

  • Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable adults: general practice reporting - here

  • GP pressures (England)

  • GMC Workload survey

  • Nine out of 10 patients have ‘confidence and trust’ in their GP

  • Joint GPC and RCGP IT committee meeting

  • Indemnity – paid for travel vaccinations no longer covered by CNSGP

  • ARM webcast

  • Fit for work ESA65B letter

  • NHS health information available through Amazon's Alexa

  • Medicine Supply Issue Update – July - here / here

  • Martin Marshall elected to be the next RCGP chair

  • Committee of medical managers elections

  • Latest GPC Newsletter

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