#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


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.


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'



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:




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




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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