Refugee and Asylum Seeker Health Resource
The British Medical Association has published a Refugee and asylum seeker health resource to help doctors understand their specific health needs and how to overcome common barriers when accessing healthcare. It contains links to useful resources and relevant organisations. Information available here
Further PCN Guidance from the GPDF
The GPDF have just published additional guidance to support the implementation of Primary Care Networks. This can be found on our Latest Guidance page.
GP Support Service Changes
The BMA have re-branded the former Counselling and Doctor Advisory as BMA Wellbeing Support Services Counselling. All the new contact informtation and links are in our GP Health Services section here
Further Guidance for the Network DES Published
NHSe have fully updated the guidance for the implementation of Primary Care Networks. You can find the full version of this guidance in our Latest Guidance section.
New Support Information from NHSe - Tier 2 Visa Applications
NHS England has produced guidance and a supporting presentation on the process for submitting tier 2 visa applications for GP's wishing to work in this country from overseas.
Tier 2 is an employer-led visa category which means that employers must be registered with the Home Office in order to sponsor any skilled workers they wish to recruit from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland.
Non-EEA GP trainees in the UK must have a Tier 2 visa in order to study here. During the duration of their studies they are sponsored by Health Education England. Information is available here
Primary Care Networks - Frequently Asked Questions
Following the Walk Through Contract event and the LMC meeting held last Wednesday, we have put together a FAQs for the benefit of GP's and Practices across the district. The current version of this document that seeks to answer questions you may have is here...