Primary Care Weekly News Roundup - 27th October

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

Practices may not be able to fulfil 6% pay rise for salaried staff and nurses, unions warn

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LMC demands 28% uplift in payments from ICBs to ‘safeguard GP quality of care’


NHS Launches Campaign To Tell Patients About the Support Available at GP Practices


Social Prescribing Link Worker (SPLW) Survey 2023

NHS England

Five-year plan for healthcare launched

Rotherham Advertiser

More work needed to address “8am bottleneck” and reduce missed GP appointments


RCN writes to minister over GP nurse pay concerns

Nursing Times

GP services in Wales at 'real risk of collapse', says doctor

South Wales Argus

GP counselling services immediately suspended over 'shameful' health budget cuts


Over 250 fewer FTE GPs since last year as appointment activity rises


Over 50s prefer face-to-face GP appointments

Arran Banner

GP who faked phone consultations in patients’ notes is suspended for nine months


GPs urged to adopt opt-in approach to online patient record access


GP practices now being chased for decade-old seniority payments


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