GPs urged to ask health minister Lord Howe a GP contract question

Do you have a question about the new GMS 2014/15 GP contract you would like to ask health minister Lord Howe?

Do you have a GP contract question for Lord Howe?
Do you have a GP contract question for Lord Howe?

Lord Howe has agreed to answer questions posed by GP readers about the deal unveiled last month.

The interview will take place on Twitter from 10-11am on Thursday 19 December. Submit your questions in advance via #AskLordHowe on Twitter or email neil.durham@haymarket.com by Monday 16 December.

Or simply follow the hashtag #AskLordHowe on Twitter at the time given to take part. A question and answer summary will appear later in the day at GPonline.com/news. 

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