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A survey of GP trainees

As part of our recent report Understanding pressures in general practice we conducted a survey of GP trainees, exploring their intended future working patterns along with their views on the pressures facing general practice. We received responses from 218 trainees and the findings indicated that a minority of respondents intend to work full-time in general practice; many respondents intend to have 'portfolio careers' (spending part of the working week on clinical work in general practice with the rest of the time spent on other work); and that the most commonly cited reason for not wishing to pursue full-time clinical work in general practice is the 'intensity of the working day' for both male and female trainees.


National Association for Patient Participation (NAPP)

Building better participation

This guidance is designed to be of use to all Patient Participation Groups (PPGs), whether long-standing or recently formed, whether large or very small, whether in a single practice or as part of a federation of practices. It was developed and “road tested” with the involvement of over 50 PPG members and Practice Managers. It aims to help PPGs and their practice to reflect on what they do, how they work, and how they might become even more effective.


NHS England

Achieving world-class cancer outcomes: taking the strategy forward

The National Cancer Transformation Board has published a wide range of specific steps designed to increase prevention, speed up diagnosis, improve the experience of patients and help people living with and beyond the disease in this guidance document. It follows the publication last year of the national cancer strategy of the NHS's Independent Cancer Taskforce; this guidance document aims to provide a roadmap on the work needed to be done on cancer over the coming years.


Public Health England (PHE)

Guidance: place-based services of care

The government requires all local areas to integrate health and care services by 2020. The place-based approach offers new opportunities to help meet the challenges facing the NHS. This guidance aims to support healthcare professionals in their role to commission and deliver integrated services to local populations.


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