Don't believe the hype
No wonder you wanted to remain anonymous. I'm pretty busy and don't have any ''spare time''...speak for yourself....still doing same amount of work but just in a different way. It seems unless you are seen to flog yourself to death for NHS you're considered not to be doing enough.
Phew....now all the NH covid-19 deaths will suddenly stop
I think I read the costs are going to be the same to the trainees...if true that would be completely unjustified. Would PULSE be able to clarify this point?
Such a relief to hear this...everyone in primary care has really missed their presence.
What exactly is the ''40 steps desaturation test''...how practically do you do this in primary care....ended up having to Google it...still no definite answer....could Pulse please enquire further and provide clarification
So if you test positive for IgG there’s a presumptive that provides 100% natural immunity....is there a definitive evidence base for that with this particular virus?
I won't be taking on more work as a result of this....not good enough!! In fact epic fail.
Hardly surprising though is it...imagine all those CQC inspections creaming their pants with excitement about the prospect of being able to check that all practices are fully compliant with covid-19 contingency plans..and woe betide you if you’re not!
From my own experience PCSE are beyond incompetent....their default position/excuse when you ask them why your pension data hasn’t been processed and passed to NHS BSA is because your forms haven’t been submitted i.e blaming accountants and practice managers. The only way to get anywhere with them is to complain and complain repeatedly and loudly.
What's the pay like?
Absolutely not fit for purpose themselves...yet have the remit to harass and close down GP surgeries
...but at the same time make sure don't prescribe any antibiotics and don't miss any early cases of sepsis or we will be down on you like a ton of bricks.
I wonder how many coal face clinical sessions they all do together, in total, per week...50?
AA taper needs to be scraped and the current 40k AA threshold increased. If this doesn't happen not much will change even taking into account the flexible contribution proposal announced today...which in itself is a very wet Elastoplast temporary "solution".
It was my understanding that ‘threshold’ income was income from all sources minus legitimate personal expenses and pension contributions rather that just ‘all taxable income’ as referenced in the article. Not sure now whether I am right or wrong?...I would appreciate some clarification.
Patients want the world on a stick shocker!
Clear as mud then! Imagine the outrage if a GP posted a covertly recorded consultation online without the patient's permission.
Not sure why any sane GP would do OOH anymore
Why don't we just start statins at birth for all.....after all you can't be too careful.
Wow that's great news.......never even heard of Sir Malcom Grant but I'm sure Lord David will do a great job of...err...doing something.