get a grip
does Pulse have access to the letter of 7th May as no hyperlink
not a legal, contractual or regulatory requirement.
has been custom and practice but that does not make it a requirement.
this guidance has no force of law or contract
take the money this year, there are no consequences for failing to deliver. next year likely to be different
to anonymouse3. there is no legal requirement on anyone to verify death. any competent person is in guidance not regulation. nowhere is competent defined so competent does not equal qualified. bottom line is 'not a GP requirement' even if we have taken it on over the years
PCN Cd enthusiastic, so what?
not a contractual requirement so not what we offer.. there are midwives and health visitors to do this
did the GPC negotiators know what cr*p was going to be sent out by NHSE?
When GPC net the new contract specs on 6 Feb will they vote on them?
Whatever their vote will it be put to the membership?
the spokesperson for Hillingdon CCG should check what the CCG membership think of their high handed approach
where did he say this, I have seen nothing
having had a good read of this there is an enormous amount of demands upon individual Practices , not just on the mythical PCN. if this goes ahead I will withdraw my Practice from our PCN.
check out 3.16 4. even if my patients are not in a PCN I might be required to provide the PCN DES in care homes!!
if babylon got no money for their service would they still provide it?
offer then 20p per patient per year and see what happens
it is all here, they just have to read it.
lets stick with the silo until they stop trying to dump their work onto us
11.23 would you care to share your references on good evidence in primary care
how on earth did the CCG membership allow this? were they asleep?
I would normally agree with you but the courts are being consistent.
Failure to testify can lead to a negative inference for good reasons
Failure to testify Under Clause 5 of the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Bill The Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004. The new offence of causing or allowing the death of a child or vulnerable adult. Paediatrician Dr Jean Price notes in the NSPCC report Which of You Did It? Among them was a manslaughter charge against a couple named Lane, which was quashed in 1987 because it was not possible to prove who was present when a single blow killed their 22-month-old baby. They were instead convicted of child cruelty. Another problem is that parents often exercise their right to silence, although attempts to remove this right in cases of child death have foundered against human rights legislation. The John Smith Case Four-year-old John Smith died on Christmas Eve in 1999 from a severe brain haemorrhage, in the care of his foster parents Simon and Michelle McWilliam. There were 54 injuries on his body, including cuts to his penis, burns on his face and three adult bite marks. A murder trial failed at the committal stage because it was not possible to prove which guardian was responsible. The McWilliams were eventually jailed for eight years for child cruelty and neglect. A court report found that social workers failed to get doctors to examine his injuries on at least seven occasions because they were led to believe he was self-harming. The case received massive publicity in the local press in Brighton, which had been campaigning for a change in the law since a similar murder trialcollapsed in 1997. In that case murder charges were dismissed against a couple accused of killing three babies, two of them their own children, by suffocation. Both were given two-year sentences for cruelty and neglect.
hide of a cow, hide of a cow, hide of a cow.
any CCG GP who agreed to rejection of referral based on a form should fall other sword
fcck off Boris. we have been pushing this for years. unless they are prepared to make MMR compulsory there is nothing we can do
RCGP position statement on transgender prescribing.
MUST be shared care agreement and MUST be funded by commissioners.
let them commission it from the pharmacists, not GPs
RCGP position statement says GMC got it wrong.
They must know that we at the GMC never get anything wrong