GPs are often requested to give hepatitis B immunisation for travel; for occupational health; and for medical reasons (eg IV drug use for renal disease). What vaccinations to use and what to charge for is confusing. The BMA has produced some helpful guidance which can be accessed by clicking here.
The BMA’s guidance covers SARs and principles to follow.
Download the LMC presentation on notifications here. Helpful documents and links Forms Statutory Notifications – guidance for registered providers and managers of NHS GP and other primary medical services Nigel’s surgery 21 – death notifications
This section will be updated on a regular basis when new guidance and other resources become available. You will find a wealth of information and links to further resources in these documents – we hope you find them useful. Who is the CQC? The Clinical Quality Commission (CQC) is an independent body that regulates health […]
On 20 June 2019 we updated our PCN Model Schedules, which are designed to assist London practices in filling out the PCN schedules, as required to progress their PCN application. The new GP Contract was announced at the end of January 2019, having been agreed between the BMA’s GPC and NHS England. For your practice it means that the Contract […]
Download the LMC presentation on triggers here.
The provider of your care must have enough suitably qualified, competent and experienced staff to make sure they can meet these standards. Their staff must be given the support, training and supervision they need to help them do their job. NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE, ENGLAND SOCIAL CARE, ENGLAND PUBLIC HEALTH, ENGLAND The Health and Social Care […]
You must have care or treatment that is tailored to you and meets your needs and preferences. NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE, ENGLAND SOCIAL CARE, ENGLAND PUBLIC HEALTH, ENGLAND The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 9.—(1) The care and treatment of service users must— (a) be appropriate, (b) meet their needs, and […]
You (or anybody legally acting on your behalf) must give your consent before any care or treatment is given to you. NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE, ENGLAND SOCIAL CARE, ENGLAND PUBLIC HEALTH, ENGLAND The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 11.—(1) Care and treatment of service users must only be provided with the […]