Opinion: Ballot Box

February 2012
GP: General Practitioner;2/15/2012, p18
The article presents the results of a recent poll on whether Great Britain's general practioners face too many targets. 89 percent of participants said that they are facing too many targets while just 11 percent responded negatively.


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