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general practitioner

a physician who does not specialize but has a medical practice (general practice) in which he deals with all illnesses
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By writing this, I am simply trying to raise awareness of some of the issues affecting General Practice and some of the reasons behind them.
Dr George Rae, who works in Whitley Bay, said: "There is now a serious recruitment crisis in the North East in general practice.
The AMA should shift its focus by developing additional community-based general practice residency programs, and encouraging students to enter them.
The figures quoted in the story were taken from the ninth Bettering the Evaluation And Care of Health (BEACH) report, a national study of general practice activity in Australia.
THE prospect of several new general practices within Redcar & Cleveland at first seems very attractive, particularly as they are open for extended hours.
Before he began his influential work in the 1950s, general practice was where you went if you had nowhere else to go.
This lack of information is particularly obvious in the area of medication safety incidents, which constituted half of all incidents in a general practice incident monitoring study.
I think it's the general practice, and it's not just England.
In the early 1990's, however, Jarmel's sons Matthew, an architect, and Richard, an engineer, joined the firm and began to transform it into a general practice of architectural services.
Maternal and Child Nutrition will be targeted to a range of health professionals, including those in general practice, pediatrics, obstetrics, neonatology, midwifery, health visiting, dietetics and nutrition.
The British Medical Journal last year reported that one in four NHS general practitioners was "seriously considering leaving general practice.
George Division of General Practice, one of four networks of family physicians located in the southeastern quadrant of Sydney within the jurisdiction of the South Eastern Sydney Public Health Unit, offered to participate in the study.

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