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The waiting game

Take part in Pulse's first locum GP survey to win £200 John Lewis vouchers

Let Pulse know about the most important issues affecting locums

Pulse wants to hear from GPs about working as a locum through our first survey looking at this part of the profession.

We would appreciate your views on the most pressing issues affecting the locum workforce, including those related to sourcing work, pay and career development.

Please note the results of this survey will be reported in aggregate terms in future Pulse coverage and you will not be quoted by name without your express consent.

By taking part in the survey and leaving your email address, you will be entered into a prize draw for £200 worth of John Lewis vouchers.

If you have a spare few minutes and want to contribute your views, please click on the link below.


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Readers' comments (4)

  • Chambers are not mentioned at all in this survey, is that a deliberate omission or do you seriously not know about them?

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  • AlanAlmond

    I suspect they don’t know about them. PULSE does one or two issues very thoroughly and seems oblivious to everything else...hence the obsession with Babylon. Anything requiring more a google search is missed out. Today’s journalism is infused with a strong belief that the everything exists on-line. All the hot stories are on Twitter. It’s lazy but it’s the future and it’s part of the reason why journalism is slowly dying, what’s the point of reading a newspaper when most of it came off google and is a reworking of somebody else’s agenda...stuff pumped out by government spin departments at tax payers expense, and propaganda press releases from businesses. Want free content? It doesn’t exist. It’s all paid for by somebody, and if journalistist aren’t doing their job (and just relying on google) the news is owned by government and business. It’s sad, but it’s the lazy feed me for free 21st century. Real news is rare, because we don’t pay for it anymore and the journalistist are increasingly millennials who can’t comprehend a world with out thier smart phone spinfomation feed.

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  • AlanAlmond

    ...I guess a questionnaire like this is something, and I commend PULSE for using this approach to create something that’s genuinely new and not just a reworking of somebody else’s spin.

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    No one likes feedback forms....

    The revalidation feedback forms every 5 years are a real hassle..

    Perhaps I should incentivise with vouchers as well?

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