The book is now a tome, and the print requires my auroscope!
There has to be a willingness to make the rules work.. GMC willing? To help doctors? I think not.!
Yep. I gave up doing ooh when a 999 ambulance took 3 hours one night. One ambo on for the whole of Powys, and noone in Powys ambo control to even tell me when one could be expected!
Not remotely safe.
Not trained so can’t do, ...refer to those who can.
Primary care is at or beyond the tipping point across the land. I did some locums in Bridlington but left as the last ex partner left and it was too dangerous.
Change and massive investment before the tipping point.
Change and not blame.
Can we have
A) a format of letter explaining to relatives it is a national change not of our mkaing and they should,not book a funeral till they have mccd
B)can they also stop police turning up in uniform to interview the family after a death?
I ma not a customer requiring service... the patient, shortly as here to be an ex-patient, is.
I am amazed these stories are not more common: we teach receptionists to say no doctor is present if calling ambulance.
My sympathies to all concerned.
So who is the bigger pr*tt? The pr*tt who gave advice or the pr*tts who accepted it?
Sorry, but without the respect of the profession pr*ttishness is no excuse for hanging on to power.
Do you still have a friends address in the uk you can use? And so an MP? Try Sarah Woolast9n?
This is such rubbish,
Oh what a shock. The “have-some -money-for-new-work” vanishing trick.
Only premises in “select locations” so only large practices, and only the buildings not the staff.
Last man standing risks are about redundancy as much as about premises.. all this is saying is that big practices are too big to fail.. and that won’t stop GPs in small practices quitting in ever increasing numbers as the writing is so clearly on the wall.
Why does anyone bother working in Wales? They have rejected what the rest of the uk say are the best clinical IT systems so we have to invest in learning another.
We had to move welsh list each year if we worked most 30 m away, and now they have a national list they want to decree that everyone has access to us on a locum list!
I wonder if it is an opportunity for someone who is prepared to do it, to go around local practices and fill i the forms for practices that don’t want to do them?
I guess it depends on how much the fee is.
So, no more training but in a different place?
Still no doubt run by wearers of cardigans,
Future GPs need a really broad based exposure to every medical speciality (i did 5years) in maybe 3m blocks.. then gp training for a year then 3 years of apprenticeship and manaement training in how to run and provide medical services. (What used to be a junior partner)
Unless of course we are getting rid of the partnership model... in which case we still need more training, not just different.
So we have more new registrars,and more newl6 qualified GPs all saying they will work full time... and tha is what? 5sessions of 15 patients...?
Even with an increase in numbers that is Not replacing the retiring gps at all...... and that is before they get registration on a primary care gp list and then quit.!
How much do AnE get per minors patient? Bet it isn’t £10 a time including all overheads.
I have no doubt AnE need more too.... the whole nhs is under resourced is the truth of it. We don’t want a bigger slice of thecake, we Need more cake!
She agreed to this ?
With or without a gun to her head?
Poor woman! Of course she has “personal issues” .... and I somehow doubt suspending her for longer will make them any better. Pretending this is for her sake is pathetic!
You can’t retire when you have already gone!