Primary Care Weekly News Roundup - 13th October

We present a round-up of the news headlines this week relating to primary care and GP practices in the UK

Free training to help patients use digital technology to access healthcare

Management in Practice

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Inclusive digital healthcare: a framework for NHS action on digital inclusion

NHS England

New Wembley ‘super surgery’ serving 25,000 patients to open next year

Harrow Online

CQC changes rating of practice group with GP surgeries in Morpeth, Cramlington, Ashington, and more

Northumberland Gazette

Long-serving village GP announces retirement


Half of Welsh GP roles could be vacant by 2031, report warns


York GP says swearing from patients has become the norm


NHS Providers responds to Labour Health Secretary Wes Streeting's speech

NHS Providers

New BMA guidance advises GPs to carry out DPIA before enabling patient records access


Healthcare data: How ICBs can encourage patient trust

Healthcare Leader

Why aren’t there more Black people working in primary care manager roles?

Management in Practice

NHS waiting lists in England hit all-time high

Channel 4 News

GPs across the world: It’s true – GP morale is worse in the UK than elsewhere


Police asks Scottish GPs to report patients at risk of domestic abuse


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