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Medical schools 'should have funding linked to producing GPs'


This is a classic example of avoiding the blindingly obvious. GP recruitment and retention is poor because of the appalling demands made upon primary care by comparison with the increasingly reduced remuneration we receive, and the constant hectoring and vilification of us. Sort out the conditions of work, and the rest will follow automatically. Not rocket science.

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14 Apr 2016

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