#WeekInReview - 21 November: New 2014/15 GP contract, Hunt on #BBCQT, #Francis and #Movember

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

What would you ask health secretary Jeremy Hunt (@jeremy_hunt) who appears on BBC Question Time #BBCQT tonight?
What would you ask health secretary Jeremy Hunt (@jeremy_hunt) who appears on BBC Question Time #BBCQT tonight?



Your all-new, fortnightly GP is out Monday and features full detail about what the new 2014/15 GP contract means for you, opinion from GPC deputy chairman Dr Richard Vautrey (@rvautrey) as well as analysis about the future of walk-in centres and an exclusive interview with the BMA's deputy pensions chairman Dr David Bailey. 


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1. GP contract 2014/15: Third of QOF cut as GPs take on 24/7 elderly role

2  GP contract 2014/15: GPs forced to publish pay from 2015

3. GP premises development frozen

4. GP contract 2014/15: Radical QOF overhaul reverses contract imposition

5. GP contract 2014/15: GPs to be named accountable clinicians for 4m patients



Hunt quietly ditches most damaging ideas from 2014/15 GP contract by Dr Chris Lancelot (@DrChrisLancelot).




The DH's response to the Francis inquiry was published Tuesday:







Praise for once for the media's role in bringing problems to light:








Health secretary @jeremy_hunt is on BBC Question #BBCQT tonight. What would you ask him?










#Movember is hotting up for participants including Welsh rugby international and aspiring GP Dr Jamie Roberts (@jamiehuwroberts) who features in our next issue:








And, finally Professor Clare Gerada may no longer be RCGP chairwoman but she's not forgotten:




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