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GPs told to submit reports on all staff for NHS workforce survey by May


excellent idea ! but why only 75 categories ? surely they need to know what I had for breakfast, how often I open my bowels, how many posters of Jeremy Hunt I have etc - the public has a right to know ! and why wait till May - surely we can do it by the end of the week? i don't think they are taking recruitment and retention seriously - what we need is; 1. a in-depth public inquiry 2. headed by a dame, lady or lord especially someone who doesn't have a clue about primary care 3. input from management consultants 4. the inquiry will involve holidays abroad ... sorry i meant fact finding missions to places such as USA (forida , disneyworld etc) to see how they do things there. 5. a draft report will be leaked 6. recommendations will include mandatory education courses to address the staff's deficiencies i don't want to spoil the results but the conclusions are likely to state that GPs are to blame and NHS staff need resilience training to be provided by some politicians training company ... ahem

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13 Jan 2015

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