Primary Care News Round-Up 28th June 2024

A round-up of the news headlines this week relating to primary care and GP practices in the UK.


New figures echo College concerns around unemployment issues for GPs


General practice hangs on precipice in Wales 

Pembrokeshire Herald

Partners in minority for first time in history of general practice

GP Online

GP practice training places for foundation year pharmacists increase by almost 40% in one year

Pharmaceutical Journal

Revealed: NHS England’s plans to replace traditional GP referrals


More GP appointments in May than before pandemic

NHS News

Map of community pharmacy closures over past five years

Healthcare Leader

Wales residents struggle with medical jargon says YouGov

Barry and District News

GPs to deliver new autumn RSV vaccination programme

Management in Practice

‘Care homes should pay for own GPs’

Kent Online

NHS Borders boost as four newly qualified GPs are recruited

Peeblesshire News

West Lothian health services could get cash boost from housing developers

Yahoo News

Demand and capacity test sites could receive £1.5m extra funds

Healthcare Leader

'Underfunded, understaffed, overloaded' : Derry GP and outgoing BMA NI chair warns of NHS 'perfect storm'

Clinical Services Journal

RCGP advises GP practices to halt PA recruitment

Management in Practice

Devon GP practices slash antibiotic use by nearly two thirds in fight against antimicrobial resistance

Clinical Services Journal

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