This is an absolutely absurd idea.Whilst I have the highest
regard for my medical colleagues from India, they will
Not have had the type of GP training to enable them
to meet the needs and rigours of UK General Practice
Which is unfair on them,patients and the NHS.
The health secretary and his advisors need to improve
the the conditions for UK trained GPs to optimise
Recruitment and retention rather than coming up with yet more crackpot ideas.
There is a distinct lack of common sense amongst our elected politicians
Like Dr Robert Koefman,I thought that practice funding would increase by 4% (announced in pulse) or did be both have the dame delusion?
I am with Dr Robert Koefman-I too thought that practice funding was going ti increase year on year by 4% ( announced in Pulse) or were we both having the same delusion at the same time?
This is bad for general practice,bad for patient care
and damaging for the health service buy great for politicians,policy makers and for the anti GP tabloids .
This situation is bad for general practice,bad for patient care and potentially damaging for the Health Service but great for the politicians an policy makers and the anti GP tabloids