nice increase however given the struggling workload already then then would not persuade me to take on this work;
Oh great; plenty of notice for October; But wait! Isn't that then the farrago of PCN care home nonsense was due to start? But didn't i read something about starting three days ago for medication review, because I have so much free time, even taking on the work that secondary care isn't doing.
Do i sound confused?
Do i sound p7553d off Matty boy?
i think i will do my own risk assessment, thanks Matty boy.
i'd love to take on extra work, but find that my day job fills more than just my day at present; sorry, Matty, find another mug
so we are specialist doctors now?; will we get the 2.8 % pay rise, Matty?
I am practising remote pr exam; or is that what Hancock is doing to GP's?
what a load of codswallop
do these trousers make me look fat?
no love, it's the pies you shove in your gob that do that
i'll give you that for free for your pdp on this; good luck on this one
one more reason to get your pension statement up to date and ring your pension adviser, i'd say
a fiver says a major pharmaceutica chain buys the stock up and does it as a private provider; any takers? no?
d in vadar; you have it correct
and we are surprised about this?
i had considered using a flying trapeze in a big top circus tent, until i realised it wasn't risk assessed and approved at a national level; silly me
i smell a rat
was Delboy Trotter the Government spokesperson, by any chance?
what comment will that be
'oops, we passed off some shoddy goods to you because we thought we could get away with it'
bet it won't be
'we are a bunch of lying scum and want to give you all a refund and some replacement top grade ppe for free'
'clap for carers'; looks like that's what we got!
its a des or a les; if it's not do-able, then hand it back and adapt the surgery accordingly
if everyone does that it will soon get the issue resolved
didn.t realise we are post covid
i can't wait
re-hashing what was originally a pigs ear
or do i just say 'nah' ? so many choices......
these pcn's don't 'serve' patients; they are a fudge by NHSE for the chronic underfunding of and lack of support for General Practice, which does its best to serve patients. If the DES cannot be met by employing extra staff to deliver, then it can't be done. what a surprise. not
as gp principals we have no flexibility in choosing work; and have had to source ppe ourselves alot of the time
nz always looks attractive, but some of us don't have the option, segp
i'm puzzled what dr john means by payback time after this for locums adrift?; could he elaborate?