After tax = £12,000.
Compulsory 5 years = £2,400/year
I can think of other intelligent ways to earn that NHSE. Modern calculated professional slavery I'd call that.
Can't we just put another sticker on?
This is a hot debate. But, you can't get paid if a practice does not need work. Locums are no different to a plumber or window cleaner. Seek stability if it's that important to you. If not, then ride the wave. Limited companies, incomparable freedoms, £100/hr and a walk-in/out ethic had their benefits. Let's be honest.
Take vitamin d. Zinc. And a mask. And front door.
You have 16 weeks. Then it's November. Do right by your patient and get them referred in regardless. Let managers figure it out. The lawyers and NHS won't back you otherwise.
Funny how strategists suddenly realised that a partner is slightly useful now and again. When they want to scapegoat you and name and shame. Get taxed 40%. Be a partner for 5 years (or payback some money). Sounds like the F1/F2 plan to retain junior doctors. F4-F5 soon? Classic NHS claw back.
You can't recycle a plastic speculum, otoscope/thermometer tip or latex glove/apron. A single use chirard. Think of that first?
Alcohol unifies suffering, addiction, violence and this virus. I suggest no GP consults a FF on Mon-Wed while hungover/partying patients shed their viruses over your door handles. Hold firm regardless of the economists 'vision'.
I have assimilated and I agree too. Maybe a blank cover page to remember the wordless void, and those colleagues we sadly lost is more apt. That perhaps would add cohesion and purpose to what we do instead of introspection that we're not doing enough to be the 'best'.
Alcohol, tobacco, drugs, sugar, inactivity, corruption - go health check that?
Poignant examples. The NHS is open to procurement and third party sector back-handers and corruption. Everyone's passing the buck...to you - you're left with a glimmer of responsibility and a want to help. Dishonesty and disintegration. A murky ocean of obstacles, a broken oar and leaking boat.
Well done. I learn things here first, before any secretive NHSE document.
At the daily briefing, why didn't Kanani just say...'go see your GP, hurry up, but they can't do much for you - instead risk their licence and own health...just go, go!'. And send a nanny state text reminder too.
Sounds like scapegoating. NHSE won't have half it's workforce, including A&E cleaners and porters if it did an honest risk assessment. It knows the gravity of igniting this fire, but it can't muster any sense of purpose or direction, flailing around avoiding the subject. Duty of candour, hilarious.
If you VOLUNTARY opted out of the PCN-DES, you get booted out of your PCN. Great plan NHSE, Kanani and Waller. Really supporting practice's aren't you? Buddying. Great buzzword. Rather buddy up with the local AE or the fish and chips shop. Good pals.
You got one lonely GP caring for 2500 complex people. And he refers some in. So he might not DIE alone. Big deal NHS. You are becoming a scandalous employer.
Not a big deal really. This is PHE perogative. No one cares for last seasons figures. GPs getting roped in and emotionally attached to this ill organised scheme.
Their debts are wiped. Primary care is getting shafted by Kanani and Waller. It is a scandal. You'll soon be doing anoscopy, dermatscoping and slit lamping. Modern slavery.
GPs went to medical school. Some still want to hug 'their' patients. A successful brainwashing by training institutes. You're doing 1 million consults a day. No other professional is. Don't be a sheep.
I agree. A wake up call. To also the humility of all those complaining and demanding patients, the same that never covered their mouths when they coughed into our faces to prove their argument for antibiotics. I think we also have learnt what value, truth and dedication mean.