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2012 the year in review: 5 true heroes of general practice - Professor Graham Watt

As another momentous 12 months for general practice draws to a close, it’s time for Pulse’s end-of-year review. We once again nominate the great and the good for our Christmas awards – and celebrate five true heroes of general practice who have quietly done their bit to champion the profession

Professor Graham Watt, for his pioneering work looking at how the inverse care rule can be combatted through studying practices in deprived areas of Scotland

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