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GP News - 17 May 2017

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Delegated commissioning payment processes

Following a query from a practice, the arrangements for administering payments remains the same as last year, i.e. the team based at NHS England will continue to administer all the payments that they had done previously. The NHS England team are acting on the CCG’s behalf so the only difference practices will see is that the payment will come from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG rather than from NHSE.

Contacts for the NHS England finance team are:

GP Resilience Fund bids

NHS England have written to practices (28.04.2017) with details of the process for the 2017/18 GP resilience funding programme. (For info the application form is attached here, bids must be submitted to NHS England by 28th June 2017.)

If you are submitting a bid please inform the primary care team as the CCG are part of the review panel and will need to be aware of your application.

Please see the full programme here.

Thank you

NHS England    

Nominate your practice - General Practice Forward View Innovations
These awards recognises outstanding work done by practices and groups of practices to improve patient care and introduce more sustainable ways of working for the future. The four award categories are:
  • Using social prescribing and supporting self care
  • Developing the practice team
  • Improving access and continuity
  • Productive workflows
To nominate your practice click here.

North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust

Guide on interpretation of urine microscopy results

Please find attached here a guide on interpretation of urine microscopy results which we hope you will find useful in everyday clinical practice.  The Trust recently changed the way they report urine microscopy.

Postgraduate Lectures
  • Tuesday 23 May 2017 - Colorectal Cancer and advanced laparoscopic techniques in colorectal surgery
  • Tuesday 25 April 2017 -  Update on AKI and CKD
  • Tuesday 20 June 2017 - Examination of a Dizzy Patient
  • Tuesday 26 September 2017 - Lies, damn lies and statistics
  • Tuesday 31 October 2017 - A Journey through the Kidney part 2

See further information here.

Cambridge University Hospitals

Hepatology Update

24 May 2017

Deakin Centre (Level 1), Addenbrooke's Hospital, CB2 0QQ
With 3 key consultant faculty members from Addenbrooke's Hospital Hepatology department, this GP and Nurse update is designed for Primary Care Doctors and Nurses, to renew your working knowledge. Refreshments included.

Book here.

Practice Managers Association Conference and Exhibition: Transforming General Practice

22 June 2017 - The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

This event will provide opportunities to learn and share with peers and generate real momentum for change in your practice. Delegates will learn about tools, techniques and technologies to revolutionise general practice and will hear from practitioners and service and technology innovators including NHS England’s Head of General Practice Development, Dr Robert Varnam. Visit NHS England’s exhibition stand to meet our Patient Online, Access to General Practice, Digital Primary Care, General Practice Development Programme and General Practice Workforce teams.

Tickets are free and can be booked via the Practice Managers Association website here.