A helpful resource provided by the General Practitioner Committee of the British Medical Assocation to help Sessional GPs to get the most out of their appraisal.
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Whether you are a locum GP, consultant, or an employer of locum services such as a GP practice or PCO, the BMA have guidance and fees to help with your negotiations.
Advice for locums
Negotiate your fee and the expenses you can claim for
Use the locum fees calculator
Locum agreements in...
The BMA has recently released guidance for BMA Members on Locum Agreements.
It can be found on the BMA website:
If you need advice and are not a BMA member please...
Supporting guidance for salaried GPs & locums:
Model contract for salaried GPs: This document explains the minimum Terms and Conditions for salaried GPs, guidance on negotiating salaries and appropriate uplifts and explains the process of changing hours of work in light of the extended access...
Out of hours work can be a rewarding part of a portfolio career. There are, however, a number of pitfalls you need to look out for if you're considering this line of work.
Click here for some top tips on how to avoid them and some key questions to ask .
As part of GP retention efforts, NHS England, RCGP and the BMA have developed a GP Career Support Pack that sets out support available at different stages of a GP’s career (e.g. first five, mid-career, nearing retirement, taking a career break and / or needing extra support). The pack is...
The BMA/GPC have updated all their employment status (IR35) guidance into one easy-to-read document so that locum GPs have all the information they need to be confident in determining their employment status. Read more in a blog by Matt Mayer, Deputy Chair of the GP Sessional GP Committee.
Kent & Medway Medical School (KMMS) Update, Professor Chris Holland, Foundation Dean, KMMS
Indemnity Update, Keira Moulds, Head of Primary Care (Quality & Regulation), Operations and Information Directorate, NHS England
National changes to Primary Care and how they affect you, Dr Farah Jameel,...
The NHS GP Health Service is a confidential NHS service for GPs and GP trainees in England.
The GP Health Service can help doctors with issues relating to a mental health concern, including stress or depression, or an addiction problem, in particular where these might affect work.
The traditional model of general practice is under pressure, as momentum builds to provide integrated care services at scale. Against the backdrop of rising demand and diminishing resources, many practices are left in a vulnerable position, creating an impetus to take forward new ways of working...
HE KSS provide ongoing and continued support to Sessional Doctor groups across the KSS area. There are currently 27 groups who are working with HE KSS to help fulfill the learning and development needs of sessional doctors.
The website offers information on: