Essential survival kit for new GPs – Tuesday 4 July 2017

 

 
An essential survival kit
for new GPs
 

 

 

 
Tuesday 4 July 2017

A practical one day conference for GPs who are about to complete their training; in the early years of their careers or looking for a change. You will learn what they don’t teach you in VTS; what isn’t covered in the curriculum and what you won’t find anywhere else.

Get the essential facts from a wide range of topics including starting out as a locum; appraisal essentials from NB Hot Topics; negotiating contracts; agreeing job plans; working safely and managing risk; OOH working; complaints and GMC performance issues; portfolio opportunities; maximising income; new retainer scheme; myth-busting the contractual environment for GPs; what the future actually holds for you and much more … all delivered by leading representatives of UK general practice.
 

 

 
Tuesday 4 July 2017
9:30am-4.45pm
(registration from 9:00am)
 
 
 
Woburn House,
20 Tavistock Square
London
WC1H 9HQ
 
 
 
Sessional GPs, Trainees and First5s
 
 

 

 
Are you
  • About to complete your training?
  • Newly qualified? Locum? Salaried? On a career break or parental leave?
  • Moving from partnership? Looking for career advice, change or fresh start?

 

 
This is the essential one day practical conference, tailor made for you.

Book your place today
 
Book online
 
Booking form
 
The cost (including VAT) is £50 for delegates GPs from Londonwide practices
and £85 for delegates from practices in other areas.
Please note that the delegate fee covers venue, catering, and training provider costs.
 
 
 
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