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18 - Dr Beth McCarron-Nash

Dr Beth McCarron-Nash blazed a trail as one of the youngest GP negotiators in recent years, and the first female one for some time too, when elected in July 2008.

Dr Beth McCarron-Nash blazed a trail as one of the youngest GP negotiators in recent years, and the first female one for some time too, when elected in July 2008.

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Since then she's been a vocal critic of the top-down implementation of Department of Health diktats, and fought hard to help secure a ‘fair deal' for GPs in this year's contract negotiations.

She also led the BMA's successful Support Your Surgery campaign and more recently drove the establishment of a beefed-up sessional GPs subcommittee.

 

 

This list appeared as part of Pulse's top 50 influential GPs 2011. Click here to see the rest of the list, and the top 20 influential non-GPs.

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