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13 - Dr David Morrell

Dr David Morrell was the first GP from an academic department of general practice to become the president of the BMA, and strongly believed in strengthening links between primary and secondary care.

Dr David Morrell was the first GP from an academic department of general practice to become the president of the BMA, and strongly believed in strengthening links between primary and secondary care.

He combined clinical work with an influential academic life, authoring The Art of General Practice in 1991.

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