Cohort A – Year 2

For GPs – This session will be led by Chris Clark Associate Director of Moore Scarrott Healthcare Ltd – specialist medical accountants.


  • 2.30 to 2.45 How do multiple roles affect tax, and what does being ‘self-employed’ mean for me?
  • 2.45 to 2.55 Do I need an accountant?
  • 2.55 to 3.25 Understanding a set of GP Practice accounts and how GP partners are ‘paid’ s
  •  3.25 to 3.40 Break
  • 3.40 to 4.00 Navigating the NHS pension scheme and the importance of complete information
  • 4.00 to 4.15 The rise of networks in the future of general practice
  • 4.15 to 4.30 Conclusions and questions
  • 4.30 Wrap up and goodbye

This session will be recorded if you are unable to attend. The slide set will be available after the session.

Moore Scarrott Healthcare are specialist medical accountants

For GPNs – The session will be led by Lesley Haxworth and Naomi Smith of HEE.

For GPs – This session will be led by Nils Christiansen – Managing Partner with Drs

Topic to be covered

  • Key legal relationships
  • Comparing salaried GPs, locums and partners
  • Partnership Deeds
  • Primary Care Networks
  • Super-partnerships
  • Limited Liability
  • Q&A

New To Partnership Slides

For GPNs – Portfolio Working for Nurses – led by Lesley Haxworth

This session will be led by Maggie Woods and held at the Lambert Mercure Hotel in Watlington

This session will be led by Dr David Griffiths and will focus on your Year 2 project.

This session will be led by Dr Deen Mirza of a practising GP in London and appraiser and also self help for GPs speaker.

This will be 2 hour long talks on

  1. ‘What do fast GPs do differently to slow GPs?’
  2. ‘The elephant in the consultation room’

This session will not be recorded. This session was cancelled – to be rebooked.

This session will be led by Paul O’Halloran a GP who took over a practice who handed back their contract and will be face to face.

A very interactive discussion roughly based around:

  1. What do you [the Fellows] look for in a good practice? / What makes a practice a good place to work? (This could be anything from “good team” to “nice building” to “good systems” and anything and everything else in between.)
  2. What happens when these things aren’t in place?
  3. How can we improve things when there are problems in these areas?


This will be a face to face event to celebrate the end of your fellowship and the work you have been completing during this second year.