New Report: Leading Local Partnerships - How CCGs are driving integration for their patients and local populations
NHS Clinical Commissioners has published a report containing case studies of 20 CCGs that are adopting new and innovative models of care.
Read the report.
The Hull York Medical School has announced the date of its next GP Update Course which will be held on Saturday 18 April 2015 at the University of Hull.
This is a one day course by GPs for GPs, GP STs, Practice Nurses and Nurse Practitioners.
The GP Update Course is designed to be relevant to clinical practice and to help you meet the needs of revalidation.
The course contains to theorists, no gurus and no pharma sponsors - just real-life GPs who will be back seeing patients as soon as the course is finished. It has been accredited by the RCGP since February 2012 and is now the only one of its type to be completely free of pharmaceutical company sponsorship.
View full details and prices on the GP Update Course Flyer here.
Book online using this link.
A set of Frequently Asked Questions about the changes to the 2015/16 GP contract have now been published by the BMA and are available to read on their website.
The BMA's General Practitioners Committee has voted to accept the negotiated contract agreement for 2015/16.
There are further reductions in bureaucracy to enable greater focus on patient care. By concluding negotiations at a much earlier stage than in previous years, it also gives practices more notice to prepare for changes.
The key contract changes to take effect in 2015-16 include:
Read the BMA summary of the key contract changes.