In the morale maze

GPs need to hang on to a certain amount of autonomy to provide a personalised service to their patients in the age of the primary care trust and patient protocols, argues Dr Andrew Spooner General practitioners are unhappy and reporting low morale. Among their complaints are increased paperwork and a ...

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