The number of GPs retiring before 60 has slowed down, according to the latest set of figures from the NHS pension scheme.
The public’s most common frustration in relation to GPs is the difficulty of getting an appointment quickly, a new report has found.
GPs care more about their reputation than financial incentives, according to new research.
The GMC has announced that registration fees will rise next year by £3 for newly qualified doctors and £9 for other doctors.
GPs are dealing with a barrage of subject access requests since the new GDPR data protection regulations were introduced earlier this year.
GP practices warned against invoice fraud scamsSubscription
GPs have been warned to check that invoices received are genuine, after a number of practices were targeted by invoice fraud scams.
BMA Scotland has vowed to make tackling bullying and harassment a priority in the coming year after GP leaders won their battle for an independent inquiry into a ‘toxic environment’ at NHS Highlands.
Exclusive Some CCGs across the country are actively merging practices that are under the APMS contract with those that are under GMS or PMS contracts in order to remove APMS from the system, the BMA has claimed.
The number of GPs in Scotland rose slightly last year after a decade of no change, workforce figures suggest.
GP practices will not be allowed to buy fax machines from January next year and will not be allowed to use them beyond March 2020, the health secretary has announced.
The independent evaluation of the Babylon GP at Hand service will not be able to make robust conclusions about its safety and effectiveness.
A GP practice in Nottingham serving 12,000 patients has been forced to hand back its contract to NHS England due to severe financial pressures.