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* 1. Do you currently work as a:

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* 2. Salaried and locum GPs in Southwark have identified working in isolation is one of their main issues. On the scale of 1 (not supported) - 10 (great) can you please indicate how supported do you feel at the moment?

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* 3. Where does most of the support you get currently come from?

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* 4. What other support aimed to enhance retention and recruitment of GPs in Southwark do you think would be effective?

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* 5. Sessional GP forum meetings have been proposed as one form of support.  What would you like these sessions to focus on?

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* 6. On a scale of 1-10, how satisfied are you with the current level and amount of information shared with you about local plans, initiatives and opportunities in Southwark

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* 7. What improvements or changes would you suggest?

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* 8. On a scale of 1-10, how satisfied are you with the range of development opportunities available to you as a sessional GP in Southwark?

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* 9. What one thing would improve this?

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* 10. On a scale of 1-10 (where 1 is very unlikely and 10 is absolutely) how likely are you to recommend working in Southwark practices to your peers / colleagues?
Very likely (10)  - Not Likely (1)

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* 11. What would need to happen locally to improve Southwark as a preferred place to work for sessional GPs?

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* 12. Based on your current circumstances, on a scale of 1-10 (where 1 is very unlikely and 10 is absolutely) how likely are you to remain working as a sessional GP or permanent practice team member in Southwark for the next 12 months?

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