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Professor Clare Gerada: 'I think federations are the answer'

Former RCGP chair Professor Clare Gerada gives a frank interview, exploring her ideas for primary care in London, why removing practice boundaries is a bad idea and why she is upset with other medical leaders.

 

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  • Good afternoon Dr Gerada, Is it possible that the RCGP through GP trainers is fostering false hopes and expectations amongst doctors "of ethnic extraction" by admitting them into GPVTS but not expecting them to achieve CCT? Surely if they survived the rigorous and competitive pre-GPVTS assessments they should not be doing so badly if they are being trained and supported.

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