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


Other healthcare professional... ....GP practices receive very little training, have low skills, have poor access to CPD, often cannot attend training because there is no backfill and support. In order to design appropriate training packages for staff we do need to know how big is the problem of skills. ... You are talking from your behind.. Why remain anonymous and hide behind other healthcare professional. GP practice is a business and we need skilled workers to keep our patients on our list , otherwise if and when it will go pear shaped not only we will be in front of GMC and or in Daily Mail, we will put our patient's lives in danger. We GP worked in the hospital so we know what happens there but I bet many hospital consultant have no idea how GP Prentice works. some of them when decides to become GP then they realise the enormity of the task. GP bashing has become past time for some...

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04 Feb 2015

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