They need their job and i feel that is the number one reason than seeking to improve anything else
My sincere condolences to his family and may Dr Sedghi's soul rest in peace.
To stop the negative things happening in General Practice, NHS England have to trust GPs when they hear horror stories including partnerships. However sincere officials are in their belief that they are improving general practice, they need to listen to the GPs who point out the problems and act on them. Not to be blindfolded
How Virgin became one of the UK's leading healthcare providers !!
Only by NHS England's contract reforms. Hope everyone understands.
These people are after their OBE or such similar goodies. They are NOT interested in patients care or gross root GPs who deal with patients daily. Such people get away with it and that's why the NHS is in this situation.
it's the double whammy situation possibility in the current partnership model where sign up to a partnership model that turns them into a government slave and also slave to the bullying fraudulent partner(s) in the practice