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Pulse career pathways: Why choose a GP partnership?

In the first of a series of three videos about GP partnerships, Dr Susie Bayley, Dr Drew Smith and Dr James Betteridge explain how they got to grips with becoming the part owner of a practice so early in their career 

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Readers' comments (6)

  • Surely this is Pulse having a giggle. Must be CGI - you can't even see the strings!

    Ditch the contract comrades!

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  • Do yourself a favour and locum, emigrate or retire.

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  • Unbelievable! Cardigan brainwashing tactics in action. Some see the light and some never do.

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  • someone pass me the vomit bowl.
    ditch the contract comrades.

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  • Dr Nagpaul added: ‘You aren’t going to improve retention nor recruitment by just talking up the job with promotional videos, flying in the face of the reality of an overstretched exhausted workforce.’

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  • Why did Pulse remove our colleague's astute comment about the Andy Pandy music on this video? Is it worried that this scary fictional character might sue or is it trying to suppress free speech? The comment was both funny and true.
    Who knows who our media friends “at the heart of general practice” might want to cosy up to once the current lot has bored off?

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