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As more GPs take on special interests, the MDU's Dr Karen Roberts explains how to avoid legal trouble.
The DoH encourages primary care organisations (PCOs) to support primary care practitioners who have interests and expertise in clinical specialties and the number of GPs with a special interest (GPSI) working in the NHS is growing.
There are two main categories of GPSI - those delivering a clinical service and those undertaking procedures.
GPSIs are now taking referrals from fellow GPs in areas such as dermatology, musculoskeletal medicine and ENT surgery.
The DoH has published a range of guidance for practitioners with special interests and the NHS Modernisation Agency National Primary and Care Trust Development Programme (NATPACT) has also published a guide to …