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GPSIs are not worthless

Just to be clear, I do not think that GPSIs are 'a waste of money'.

This headline was added by Pulse after I wrote my article, which was intended to argue that GPSIs may not be the most cost-effective way to increase specialist capacity or reduce waiting lists.

I have no doubt that many GPSIs do excellent work, and they are certainly not a waste of money - just maybe not the best way to spend money.

Professor Chris Salisbury, University of Bristol

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