Often the appraiser is nice, but the appraisal process is pointless and laborious. I feel it offers no benefit for patient care and is a box ticking exercise
This is a problem for the board, it isn't a GP problem.
I have worked for GEMS since it's inception, but due to ill health I suspect I won't return. There were occasions, when a centre was shut, patients were sent to other centres resulting in doctors seeing twice the number of patients (for no additional money incidentally!)
Can't/Shouldn't we just say know? Not our responsibility to refer on behalf another doctor? we
A welcome response from the green party
I have seen precious little of the £550 million coming to GPs
Perhaps "Primary Care" has more money but I don't see any impact on workload. Despite lip service to GP support , and recruitment and retention a pilot of 14 doctors doesn't seem very impressive
Is this news? I've heard numerous stories of GPs who are over worked,under-resourced and desperately need some time off. They need locum cover and can't get any , and the Health Board has done nothing about it.
As usual GPs are left to sort it out themselves
The government is too busy with Brexit while the NHS burns. At least we'll have £385 million a week extra soon!!!
I don't feel valued or "Saved"
The negotiators have known about it for months? Why is it taking so long. Are they blaming it on brexit!!
Why weren't members told?
No new work , without new money!!!
A year in and "New primary care staff set to take pressure off GPs in Scotland"!!
I've noticed no difference apart from the centralisation of childhood vaccination, which has had NO impact on my work, no imorovement in patient satisfaction and a reduction in the morale of the staff whose sole job to give vaccinations all day and every day
I don't want to cynical but GP have to do this unpaid and in their own time. And it WILL be ignored (DOI cycnical GP for 30 years)
Will Scottish GPs even get a token contribution for defense subs?
A similar suggestion has been muted to the Scottish Contract and we now have a 6% superannuation contribution to look forward to!!!
A quiet news day? The figure is much higher than 1 in 20, and the same applies for secondary care.
Is this news?
The negotiatiotors were asked this at meetings before the vote and we were given the impression that this wouldn't happen!!!
No new money for GPs just "primary care" ( although I suspect many of these services are controlled by secondary care)
Fine words , but how can it be introduced (and how quickly)
If a GP sees more than their limit will they be paid more or fined for breaking the cap?
I hope her words have been taken out of context
If I have satisfactory remuneration
Paid Study Leave
Funded Study Leave
Loss or reponsibilty for employing staff (ensuring current staff will be emloyed)