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Northern Irish GPs will be able to offer free flu
Exclusive GPs in Northern Ireland have taken offence to their
The Welsh Government has expanded its flu vaccination programme so
BMA Northern Ireland has asked its Government to follow England,
130 GPs in Northern Ireland write an open letter to the health minister
Exclusive The system of telephone triaging all patients, and the referral of patients to community assessment centres, may be included in the Northern Irish GP contract in the future, with the BMA and RCGP currently being consulted on plans.
GPs in Northern Ireland have been warned that they may be forced to staff Covid-19 'hot hubs' via imposed contractual changes, unless they volunteer their services.
Two GP practices in Belfast are facing closure as the city feels the force of the Northern Irish GP workforce crisis.
Changes should be made to the 'blatantly unfair' indemnity system in Northern Ireland, the head of the BMA GP Committee in Northern Ireland has said.
Northern Ireland’s Department of Health has announced the latest phase of plans to transform GP care.
The Department of Health has announced a £26.76m investment in primary care in Northern Ireland for the year 2019/2020.
Around 20% of GP training places in Northern Ireland are unfilled this academic year.
A councillor has expressed anger over long GP waiting times in Northern Ireland.
Reduced life expectancy among men and women living in poorer areas compared with those in wealthier regions is largely due to cancer-related deaths, a Northern Ireland government report has concluded.