fed up x2
GP at hand will help.
21st century innit?
'However, NHS England told Pulse that if GPs have concerns regarding liability, they could have a signed agreement with the patient that sets out that it is the patient’s responsibility to maintain regular contact with the surgery in order to receive any secondary care correspondence.'
We all know that this will not hold water when GMC comes knocking...
Here you have it folks.
Signed sealed and delivered as expected.
As a male, I can't even do a smear because I'm not allowed to have a 'number'!!!
Good luck with that...
You needed a study to prove this was unrealistic?!?
judge, jury, executioner, re-executioner
Judge, Jury, Executioner and Re-Executioner
You can minus another one from that overall figure.
pay them and they will come
increased indemnity - check
'Challenging population' - check
Increased chance of litigation - check
Lack of support from NHSE GMC RCGP BMA (even below standard abysmal levels) - check check check check
Increased risk to GP (physical/verbal) - check
Right then, what's is there to lose. Where do I sign?
Can I take them to court for not registering me in time?
No, thought not.
I wonder what legal standing I'd have if someone by their action (or incompetent inaction) forces me to commit a 'CRIMINAL OFFENCE'.
Instead of everyone falling over themselves to say what we can't use, how about what we CAN use?