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Overseas GP recruitment scheme highlights the Government's failure


If a job is good you do not need to 'force' people to apply or consider applying..... funny old thing, no shortage of investment bankers, footballers etc I hear being a Vice chancellor of a University is also a good option. We have this interesting contradiction where people at the top insist on 'market values' - believing they are with it, as opposed to actual evidence that the high pay actually equates to better outcomes (There is no evidence to support this ... I saw the VC of Oxford use this flawed argument) , whereas in General Practice its the front line team who actually make the difference and offer the best bang for the buck on a population basis, yet look at how they are valued, or should i say under-valued. Specialists drive up costs of health care, and when you have too many outcomes worsen due to 'too much medicine' and intervention, whereas the art of knowing when to do nothing (As the correct option) is immeasurable......

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05 Sep 2017

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