Women are more likely to provide more hours of clinical care, despite being scheduled for shorter hours, Pulse's GP workload survey has found.
GPs working in practices with larger patient list sizes are more likely to work longer clinical hours than those based in smaller practices, according to the results from Pulse's major workload survey.
The Prime Minister was asked to address the GP shortage and workload issue in Prime Minister's Questions today, following Pulse’s workload survey results
More than half of GPs say they are working above safe limits, on average completing 11-hour days and dealing with a third more patients than they say they should be, findings from Pulse’s major workload survey reveal.
Partners have more patient contacts than other GPs, are scheduled to provide more clinical care - and end up working more longer hours, Pulse's GP workload survey has found.
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