The campaign has been launched following the publication of the National Audit Office report which examined the process by which PCSE services were procured by NHS England, the problems that have arisen since, and the impact that these have had on patients and practitioners. Thank you to all GPs and practice staff who have shared their feedback to support efforts to lobby NHS England to resolve the issues.
The General Practitioners Committee (GPC) of the BMA has now launched a campaign asking for all GPs and practice staff who have been affected by the ongoing issues with support services to sign a pledge. The campaign will be used to further demonstrate how far reaching the poor delivery of PCSE is and show the government the number of individuals demanding for the service level to be improved.
Sign the pledge calling for improved PCSE services here. You can also share the pledge via Twitter and Facebook.