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Pulse Live 2013 Big Debate: ‘GPs are all heading for burnout’

Speaking for the motion are Dr Hamed Khan and Dr Richard Vautrey and speaking against the motion are Dr Nikita Kanani and Dr Donal Hynes. With an introduction by Dr David Haslam

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  • Dr kanani seemed to say we are not all heading for burnout because we are all going to go part time and have portfolio careers.

    So we are not all heading for burnout because we are going to protect ourselves from traditional general practice. This begs the question of why and how it has become so bad that we can no longer sustain a full working week.

    Perhaps the role of a GP needs to be shared between more of us, i.e. reduce the list size, so that we can preserve what is unique and valuable about British General Practice, namely continuity of care.

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  • "Maintain the sort of pay that my husband wants me to bring home". As a woman watching the only woman on the panel - Pathetic?

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