According to the latest research, female GPs earn an average of £40,000 a year less than their male peers, a 35 per cent differential, mainly because of a two-tier system within the NHS.
According to the latest research, almost all pharmacy contractors in England were forced to make financial cutbacks during 2019, from closing or selling a pharmacy to withholding staff pay rises.
An investigation by The Times has found that some surgeries have six times the average number of patients per doctor and, in some areas, there is one permanent GP caring for as many as 11,000 patients.
A funding scheme launched by Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) and Diabetes UK will offer grants of up to £500,000 to researchers exploring the role of pharmacy in diabetes care. The scheme is part of the Diabetes UK Project Grant round and will offer awards to each successful applicant of up to £500,000, lasting up to five Read more…
Recent research suggests that only one in 20 trainee GPs plans to work full time in general practice, with 73 per cent of male trainees saying they want to work three days a week.