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The end of 2017, yet another year that general practice has managed to survive. As most of us wind down to spend time with our loved ones and take a breather, let’s spare a thought for the 1000s of our colleagues who will be working in surgeries, OOH centres and a collage of other facilities that offer GP services during the festive period. There is one big reason why this winter is likely to be more difficult than previous ones to get through though,
We now have fewer GPs than in 2012!
Over the last five years, the pressures on the health service and general practice in particular have increased dramatically. Hyper regulation of the profession, uncontrolled workload pressures, inadequate funding and a general rhetoric that GPs could be 'more efficient' has demoralised the profession and led to many leaving the profession and many more considering leaving in the not so distant future. For years politicians have chosen not to pay attention to the concerns of the profession, and when they finally are coming round to it, the treasury seems to have run out of juice to adequately fund a genuine workforce expansion to meet the needs of the population. As things wind down, here's a bit of thinking material from the BMA's Saving General Practice document for the government to consider over the next few days. They better be quick though, they've not got long....
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