Workload and risk force GP to quit

May 2003
Pulse;5/5/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 18, p8
Relates that British physician, Tony Hall-Jones is being forced to quit his general practitioner specialist post because of the workload and legal implications of the new contract for enhanced service providers. Career background; Medical defense subscriptions; Implications for medical practice.


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