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Burnout forces almost 10% of GPs to take time off work as pressure on occupational health services grows


I would be curious to know what are the figures in terms of retirement. I should not be surprised if several GPs in their '50 would decide to leave soon rather than later, particularly now that some "management roles" may be available. How to blame them? There is a need to step the profession up, but things are going the other way around.

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26 Nov 2013

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