Primary Care Home explained
Dr Nav Chana from the National Association of Primary Care explains how this collaborative approach to working at scale will look in London.
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Practice managers please keep an eye out for our update email and respond to help make sure our details on London GPs are up to date ahead of next year’s LMC elections.
Communications Officer vacancy
We are recruiting a Communications Officer to join our busy team, working in central London. The deadline for applications is 9:00am, Monday 4 December.
‘Innovative and interesting’ HCA course now incorporates the 15 Care Certificate Standards
The Londonwide LMCs’ GP Health Care Assistant programme now incorporates the 15 Care Certificate Standards as part of the six month training course. The course is a blended learning programme that covers topics such as infection control, working with children and vulnerable adults and immunisations. The practical online modules are complemented by two face-to-face taught days.
Media and public affairs round-up
Pulse covered Londonwide LMCs’ CEO Dr Michelle Drage’s concerns about the new GP at Hand smartphone app as did GP Online. Pulse quoted Londonwide LMCs’ Medical Director, Dr Elliott Singer, in an article about missing pathology test results in London. Dr Naureen Bhatti of Tower Hamlets LMC wrote a piece for the Guardian about the potential impact of GP at Hand.
We continue to be very active in promoting the interests of London GPs and practice staff on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. We also support practices that are approached with media requests. You can find details of how to get support here.
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