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The future of General Practice

Inquiry

The Committee has launched a new inquiry to explore the future of NHS general practice, examining the key challenges facing general practice over the next five years as well as the biggest current and ongoing barriers to access to general practice. 

 

General practice has seen significant changes in recent years, such as the development of Primary Care Networks, and during the pandemic the way in which many patients interact with their local practice has changed substantially. This inquiry will explore specific issues including regional variation in general practice, the general practice workload, and the partnership model of general practice.  

 

Written evidence should be no more than 3,000 words.  Guidance on submitting written evidence is available here

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Tuesday 1 February 2022.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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28 June 2022
Inquiry The future of General Practice
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Oral Evidence
14 June 2022
Inquiry The future of General Practice
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Oral Evidence
18 May 2022
Inquiry The future of General Practice
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Oral Evidence
FGP0398 - The future of General Practice
Witnesses Dr Peter Holden (Doctor at Imperial Road Surgery)
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Written Evidence
FGP0397 - The future of General Practice
Witnesses Dr Pauline Grant (Doctor at GP partner at Cheviot Road surgery Southampton SO16 4AH I am also a clinical director of Southampton West PCN)
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Written Evidence
FGP0216 - The future of General Practice
Witnesses Dr Cornelia Junghans Minton (Senior Clinical Fellow and General Practitioner at Imperial College London), Dr Matthew Harris (Clinical Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant in Public Health at Imperial College London), Dr Nicky Lang (Director of Public Health at London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Council), Dr Yasmin Razak (GP Principal, Clinical Director and training lead at Golborne Medical Centre), Dr Sheila Neogi (Senior GP Partner, Clinical Director at Pimlico Health at the Marven Medical Centre), Dr Caroline Taylor, GP, Calderdale CCG Mental Health clinical lead and Chair of NAPC, and Dr Nav Chana, National PCH Clinical Director, NAPC
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Written Evidence

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