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Guidance

Guidance on reporting deaths to coroners

GPs data controllers under GDPR

BMA - PCSE claims guidance

NHSE guidance on records movements

GPC focus on MCP & Alliance agreements

BMA conflicts of interest policy

A guide to tenancy charges

Financial Support For Doctors and their families

BMA guidance for GP's on patients presenting with dental problems

BMA advice on Duty of care regarding communication of investigation results/ drugs recommended from outpatients (08/07/2015)

BMA Focus on MCP Contract Framework

BMA guidance for GP Tenants

BMA Guidance on Gender Incongruence In Primary Care

BMA Guidance on Industrial Action and Undated Resignations

BMA Guidance re Trainee GPs

BMA Guidance Regarding Employing Locum GPs

BMA Tools for GPs to Stop Bureaucratic Workload Demands

Coaching for GPs who are thinking of leaving General Practice

Firearms - BMA Revised Guidance on Firearms

Firearms template letter option 1

Firearms template letter option 2

Focus on local implementation of new models of care – GP contractual implications

Focus on Phasing out Seniority Payments - October 2015

Focus on PMS Reviews and Transition to GMS - June 2015

Focus on Subject Access Requests for insurance purposes August 2015

GP Forward View - BMA webpage

Home Visiting Guidelines

How to Register with a GP

NHS England complaints policy

NHS England Support for GP Indemnity Costs

Nigel’s Surgery: Tips and Mythbusters for GP Practices

Primary Care Responsibilities in Prescribing and Monitoring Hormone Therapy

Principles for sharing and accessing local shared electronic patient records for direct patient care

Quality first: Managing Workload to Deliver Safe Patient Care

Revalidation - RCGP guidance

Urgent Prescription for General Practice

Vaccination and Immunisation Programmes 2014-15: Guidance and Audit Requirements

Zika Virus Guidance for Primary Care

Updated Ministry of Justice (MOJ) Guidance on the Notification of Death Regulations 2019

This is a change to National legislature and so is applicable to all practices and registered medical practitioners across Oldham, Tameside and Glossop. THIS LAW IS IN FORCE 1st OCTOBER 2019. All registered medical practitioners on the General Medical Council’s list of Registered Medical Practitioners, with a licence to practice, need to familiarise themselves with this guidance.

Like all such legislation it is word perfect and cannot be summarised or done by précis but the links are clear and most is already known to those issuing MCCDs (medical certificate cause of death)

MOJ - Guidance for on the Notification of Death Regulations 2019
MOJ - Guidance for registered medical practitioners on the Notification of Deaths Regulations 2019

Published 13th September 2019
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