Sorry, disagree with many of these. I'm nearing retirement age and would not want to be committed to admin in the morning and then 3.30-6.30 slot. we need GP representation at management meetings but need it to be properly paid to backfill the clinical session ( and some variation in role helps keep the GP in practice longer). Partnership does involve working late some days and if you wish less money for better hours that is the definition of a salaried doctor ( leaving all the unpleasant work to your colleagues is not what a partnership involves ) - it doesn't have to be every day. Unfortunately rewards for long service ie seniority have now been taken away. One major suggestion which would help would be to stop changing the funding/targets every year.. the new contract 2003 was supposed to take away all the claims for eg contraception, maternity care with a global sum trusting the GPs to do their work. It is worse now than ever chasing all the points and prizes to make sure the partners get paid (everyone else has guaranteed salary )
Surely all pre-diabetes should have annual HbA1c already....
PHE are stating the obvious - we haven't supplied the GPs with enough vaccine so they haven't been able to give the vaccine!! NHSE are also mistaken if they think it won't have a knock on effect as many who have not been vaccinated in September and October may not come back again, especially the opportunistic ones.
Don't we all have to plough our own money in for refurbishment??
No guaranteed money for a lot of work
In our area GPs have just had Chlamydia screening removed from us by public health... We had been funded for it for past few years
£30 million won't cover the increases in indemnity fees that have been happening so I hope everyone is realistic in how much extra this will actually mean.