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GPC Chair's News: 26 July 2019

Including:


  • Pension scheme consultation

  • GP waiting times

  • Firearms

  • CCG mergers

  • Capita/PCSE

  • DDRB uplift for GP trainers grant and appraisers’ fee

  • Digital first consultation

  • Increased funding lead to higher patient satisfaction

  • Sessional GP blog

  • GP pressures

  • QOF business rules

  • Community Pharmacist Consultation Service

  • LMC conference dates – correction

  • National Access Review of General Practice Services: Regional and themed engagement events

  • Are you involved in delivering cervical screening?

  • GPC UK byelection

  • GP Trainee Elections 

  • BMA Regional Council elections

  • BMA Medical Academic Staff Committee update

  • GPC newsletter 

  • Sessional GPs newsletter


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