Exclusive: RCGP chairwoman's vision for future of commissioning

RCGP chairwoman Professor Clare Gerada chaired a roundtable about the future of commissioning at the college's new central London headquarters on Tuesday.

Watch this video to find out Professor Gerada's thoughts on whether commissioning is a 'minority sport', her aspirations for GPs' future role, 'peloton' leadership and how the RCGP is changing to make this happen.

GP was the exclusive media partner for this event. Watch two video highlight clips from the roundtable here at GPonline.com tomorrow and Friday.

Read a full report from the roundtable, which included GPC chairman Dr Laurence Buckman, in the next issue of GP dated 7 January.

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