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The sstories hitting the headlines ten years ago, in March 996

The sstories hitting the headlines ten years ago, in March 996

  • GPs have backed calls for tougher restrictions on violent patients after persistent threats drove one GP to strike off 200 patients and refuse the accept single males. 2 March
  • GPs could allow their consultations times to run longer if the Doctor/Patient Partnership campaign is a success, according to the GMSC. 9 March
  • A GP co-operative ran into trouble on its first night after its driver got lost trying to collect a dying pensioner. 16 March
  • Six GPs who were among the first at the scene of the Dunblane tragedy were this week receiving counselling. 23 March
  • Certifying fitness to carry firearms should be part of GPs' core responsibility, said the Liberal Democrats after the Dunblane tragedy. 30 March

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