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Ensuring general practice, networks and our patients are at the heart of what we do

We are pleased to publish an update to the Investment and Evolution: Update to the GP contract agreement 2020/21-2023/24, agreed with British Medical Association General Practitioners Committee (GPC) yesterday (6 February 2020). We hope you can see that we have truly listened, worked with our GPC colleagues and ensured general practice, networks and our patients […]

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Let’s talk about #EndFGM

I have just returned from a play called ‘Cuttin’ It’ by Charlene James. Fiercely brilliant, it confronts the vital issue of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in England. Its portrayal of the complexity of this crime along with the reality of the enduring physical, emotional and physiological impact on individuals, families and friendships is bold, tender […]

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Nursing and midwifery: workforce, education and research

When we talk healthcare workforce we often refer to front line staff in hospital settings. Nurses and midwives work in a variety and breadth of roles and environments from managing a service in the community to leading a university-wide sector role. At the Council of Deans of Health, the membership organisation representing the UK universities […]

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