National Association for Patient Participation

Updates


UK Voting day today

07 June 2017

The (not so long) wait is over – it’s polling day! Don’t forget to get out and use your vote in the General Election today.


WALES Parties publish General Election manifestos

07 June 2017

Ahead of the General Election, we published a manifesto outlining our calls for action to influence campaigning and ensure that primary care remained on the political agenda. We were delighted to see that all of the main parties’ manifestos contained specific pledges to help improve general practice.


UK Parties share their policies on GP

05 June 2017

Political parties have been sharing their plans for general practice with us. You can read about their ideas here:


NI Family doctors of the future

01 June 2017

We know general practice provides a challenging, diverse and rewarding career. RCGPNI is delighted to be working with Queen’s University and the QUB GP Society to promote the opportunities that life as a family doctor has to offer and to encourage them to #ThinkGP.


UK write to your MP candidates about GP

19 May 2017

Now all of the candidates for each constituency have declared they are standing and started their campaigning. So we’ve created an online tool to use to contact them individually and influence their priorities.


UK Parties publish GE2017 manifestos

19 May 2017

The General Election manifestos of each of the main UK parties have now been published and they all contain important pledges for general practice and the wider NHS. Here’s a summary of the key pledges for general practice.


SCOTLAND Media whirlwind for manifesto launch

12 May 2017

We were delighted this week when our Chair, Miles Mack’s call for immediate action to save general practice and his warning call to political parties about the impact of Brexit on healthcare attracted widespread media attention.


UK Ask candidates about general practice

08 May 2017

We want to make sure patient care is at the heart of this election campaign. You can help by standing up for the NHS in your area and making sure that all the candidates in your constituency are putting patients first by backing general practice.


UK Help your community register to vote

08 May 2017

GPs are at the heart of their communities. That’s why we think it’s important to help our patients, particularly those who might be using a postal or a proxy vote for the first time, to register to vote.


WALES publish General Election manifesto

08 May 2017

Patient care must not take a back seat to Brexit during the upcoming General Election debate.

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