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GPC Chair's News

Updated: Jun 11, 2019

25 January 2019 - including:


  • National variation in number of patients per GP

  • GP pensions impacting workforce crisis 

  • Branded generic prescriptions

  • Falsified Medicines Directive guidance

  • Brexit - Continuity of medicines supply legislation 

  • Update on vaccines for 2019/20 seasonal flu vaccination programme

  • Implementation of the medical examiner system

  • Doctors re-trained as GPs – expressions of interest

  • BMA’s GP practice support services

  • GPC regional representative elections

  • BMA Expert Witness Conference – 8 March 2019

  • Latest GPC newsletter

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