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Data Provider: Welsh Government Management Information General practitioners workforce flows by gender and year
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YearPeriod between GMS Censuses: Joiners are GPs moving into General Practice in Wales before the end of next year. Leavers are GPs leaving General Practice in Wales during the year following that specified. Census dates are 1 October before 2000 and for 2009 and 30 September otherwise. [Filter]
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[Collapse]Number of JoinersMale414635524943354654594039605946544556594063
Female2838364547625382878264549183951219211211689132
Persons69847197961058812814114110493151142141175137168175129195
[Collapse]Average joiner ageMale36.535.935.538.135.939.239.138.637.637.737.536.137.439.438.737.237.341.146.342.139.8
Female35.934.234.136.335.836.534.636.537.935.235.436.336.838.937.436.536.436.539.038.738.2
Persons36.335.234.837.335.837.636.437.237.836.336.236.237.039.137.836.736.737.941.739.638.7
[Collapse]Number of LeaversMale5246495667566157595864565778828696969511270
Female1824192928353338493231384151716061816810070
Persons707068859591949510890959498129153146157177163212140
[Collapse]Average leaver ageMale52.152.352.952.752.752.653.752.553.152.952.352.555.055.456.754.053.754.954.852.855.6
Female43.644.143.941.848.841.843.144.644.146.245.941.145.539.945.547.744.947.147.147.547.0
Persons49.949.850.549.351.648.550.049.349.050.550.247.951.049.251.451.450.351.351.650.351.3

Metadata

Title

General practitioners workforce flows by gender and year

Last update

27 March 2019 27 March 2019

Next update

March 2020 (Provisional)

Publishing organisation

Welsh Government

Contact email

stats.healthinfo@gov.wales

Designation

Management information

Lowest level of geographical disaggregation

Wales

Geographical coverage

Wales

Languages covered

English only

Data licensing

You may use and re-use this data free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government License - see http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence

General description

The information presented here contains information on GP practitioners (excluding GP Registrars, GP Retainers and locums).

Previously this table contained information on unrestricted principles, which is a category no longer identified following the introduction of the new GP contract on 1st April 2004


Data collection and calculation

Workforce flows are estimated by comparing successive GMS Censuses.

Joiners are those Practitioners reported in the the census one year, but not reported as a Practitioner in the previous year.

Leavers are those Practitioners reported in the census one year, but not reported the following year.

Frequency of publication

Annual

Data reference periods

Census dates are 1 October before 2000 and for 2009 and 30 September otherwise.

Users, uses and context

Please find this information in the related statistical publication, as per given weblink.

Rounding applied

None

Revisions information

Data prior to the last period covered have been revised.

Keywords

General medical practitioners; GMP; General Practitioners; GPs; GP workforce; workforce; Registered patients

Statistical quality

Please find this information in the related statistical publication, as per given weblink.