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Friday 18 April 2014

Top stories

25.03.14: The number of GPs in England has increased by close to 20% since 2003 new figures from the HSCIC show
18.04.14: The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has elected a new president, Professor Jane Dacre
17.04.14: GP out of hours care has been described as "diabolical" by the patient watchdog
17.04.14: Telemonitoring practice patients is not a “proven” way of reducing hospital admissions, the British Medical Association has claimed
08.04.14: More than two thirds of practice managers are considering quitting their jobs because of stress, a survey has revealed
31.03.14: EMIS is to withdraw its EMIS LV and EMIS PCS systems from use in England within the next 12 months
15.04.14: GP surgeries valued on an 'alternative use' basis could lose half of their notional rent, a surveying company has warned
02.04.14: General practice funding could fall by 17% in real terms over the next three years, the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has claimed

Personal practice

Dr Gavin Jamie: GP Gavin Jamie provides a run-through of how the contract update and other recent changes affect coalface GPs - from 'accountable GPs' and practice boundary pilots to IT updates
Dr Gavin Jamie: GP and QOF expert Dr Gavin Jamie writes about the Global Sum/Carr Hill formula which is the baseline for GPs on GMS contracts - and where the money from the withdrawal of MPIG is going
Dr Gavin Jamie: Peering into the minutiae of QOF changes for this year, resident QOF expert Dr Gavin Jamie explains exactly how practices will be affected

Events 2014

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General Practice Awards 2014

General Practice Awards 2014

The General Practice Awards are back for 2014! That means another chance to receive some well-deserved recognition for the valuable services you provide to your community. Taking place this year on the evening of the 20th November at the luxurious London Lancaster Hotel, it’s a night not be missed – but you have to be in it to win it!

You've already done the hard part, in changing your services or going those extra miles to best serve your patients, so now entering the General Practice Awards is the easy bit, and is entirely free! Tell us about the fabulous work carried out by you, your colleagues, a team as a whole, or an individual.

Click here to nominate yourself or your team today!