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GPC Chair's News

Updated: Jun 11, 2019

22 February 2019 - including:


  • GP contract in England briefing

  • Contract agreement funding figures and FAQs

  • GP Premises Survey results

  • Increasing patient access to digital services - blog

  • GPs advised not to stockpile or overprescribe drugs

  • Rise in penalty prescription charges

  • Diagnoses of childhood autism in Northern Ireland

  • State of General Practice in Wales

  • Integrated Care Provider contract

  • Pensions blog

  • Physician Associates in general practice

  • Decisions about clinically-assisted nutrition and hydration (CANH) – what GPs need to know

  • New standards for GP surgeries on end-of-life care

  • GPC UK regional representative elections

  • LMC UK Conference agenda

  • LMC UK conference representatives to GPC UK elections

  • Madopar 62.5mg dispersible tablets update

  • Latest GPC newsletter 

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