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Psychological problem more likely to attract GP sicknote

December 2005

THE bma has sought legal advice from the Prime Minister's wife Cherie Booth QC over plans to make GPs declare any gifts worth more than £25 they receive from patients. 2 December

the government will announce a massive increase in the number of PMS schemes this week despite lack of conclusive proof that the new contract can deliver quality primary care.

9 December

pms pilots are failing to deliver improvements in patient care despite each receiving on average an extra £62,000, according to Government-funded research. 16 December

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