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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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com), highlighting the strengths and attractions of a career in general practice in Ireland.
In a statement the practice added: "We feel that this is part of the bullying/intimidation which has gone on for years in which there is the aim of destroying any independent General Practice in North Wales.
We will continue to work collaboratively together with Welsh Government in finding the right solutions and resources that general practice in Wales so desperately needs so that we can reverse the tide away from GPs leaving the profession or reducing their commitments to the Welsh NHS or practices feeling the only option is to close.
Others planned to leave general practice completely or work overseas, according to the study published in BMJ Open.
Others failed to express a career plan or planned to leave general practice completely or work overseas, according to the study published in BMJ Open.
The total headcount of GPs working in general practice was 42,250 as of March 31, according to new experimental statistics from NHS Digital.
The only solution is for Government to increase NHS funding to adequate levels, in which general practice receives a fair and larger share.
Conference Series Llc invites all the participants from all over the world to attend International Conference on General Practice & General Medicine during December 08-09, 2016 at Dubai, UAE.
This month, the BMA's Welsh General Practice Committee launched a campaign highlighting the problems GPs face, sharing survey results from GPs across Wales and a solutions paper, outlining what Welsh Government must do to improve the situation, which is now at breaking point.
Dr Ken Megson, honorary secretary of North East and Cumbria Regional Local Medical Committee, said: "All the national surveys and our local survey have shown that urgent action is needed now and not over the next five years as general practice in the North East is now on its knees.
NZNO professional nursing adviser (PNA) Angela Clark advises anyone who is offered a position as a practice assistant in general practice to have their job description reviewed by an NZNO PNA or organiser.
IF general practice fails the whole NHS fails, experts have warned as they highlighted the bleak financial pressures facing family doctors.

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