#weekinreview - 9 May: A&E crisis latest, penis problems and #KFintegratedcare

A glance back over this week's primary care news, opinion, top tweets and best gaffes.

NHS Choices - Penis problems: a visual guide
NHS Choices - Penis problems: a visual guide

#News

Your next fortnightly GP is out Monday and this week GPonline.com revealed results of a poll by LMCs in the north east of England which found 65% of GPs said their experience of NHS 111 was either poor or very poor.  GP leaders warned the government against making doctors a new 'border agency' after a clampdown on immigration was announced in Wednesday's Queen's Speech.

#MostReadStories

1. GPs dispute out-of-hours claims in NHS 111 report

2. GP salaries blamed for NHS 'value for money' decline

3. Half of GPs report fall in non-NHS income

4. LMC poll reveals GPs' serious concern over NHS

5. Mass diabetes screening 'being considered'

 

#Twitter

To the CQC (@CareQualityComm) for the latest on who's to blame for the A&E crisis: 

 

To The King's Fund (@TheKingsFund) in central London and its integrated care conference on Wednesday: 

 

GP Sir John Oldham (@SirJohnOldham) has a new role and can usually be relied upon for some straight-talking:

 

The first Old Trafford managerial vacancy for 26 years prompted some interesting NHS reactions:

 

and:

 

To NHS Choices (@NHSChoices) for some rather more sobering images:

 

 

#BlogOfTheWeek

Look out for something special from our Inside Commissioning blog next week. Its most retweeted blog was Ditch entrenched thinking and integrate care around the patient by Dr Chris Mimnagh (@ChrisMimnagh).

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