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GPs buried under trusts' workload dump

Angina outcomes now accurately predictable

October 1990

A family health services authority has rebuffed allegations that it is being deliberately inflexible about women GPs by claiming some are trying to work less than the minimum commitment while still earning a full-time GP's pay. 6 Oct

Health promotion clinics will prove a ‘flash in the pan' and should take second place to the crucial task of hitting targets, according to the GMSC's practice organisation subcommittee. 13 Oct

GPs in Camelford, have welcomed the Government's decision to reopen its inquiry into the 1988 incident in which 20 tons of aluminium sulphate were tipped into a reservoir. 20 Oct

The new contract has put GPs at a significantly increased risk of heart attack, says the first major survey of stress. 27 Oct

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