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Do we need more men in general practice?

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An unfortunate side effect of the shift from male to female is that women, by biological necessity, will need to take several lengthy maternity breaks, and often require part time work when raising the children, whilst in the past most of the blokes worked full time right throughout their careers. This has only exacerbated the recruitment crisis.

Posted date

08 Nov 2016

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11:15pm

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