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Minister to consider forcing GP trainees to stay in UK...

1 October 2014, GP Online

Wessex LMCs chief executive Dr Nigel Watson, who organised the survey, told GP that the high numbers of trainees planning to move abroad reflected deep concerns about taking on full-time general practice roles in the current environment.

‘I think this is about UK graduates who spend time in general practice and say: "At this stage in my career I don’t want to take on general practice full time".

‘So they will go to Australia and come back when things are better.

To read the full article click here: Minister to consider forcing GP trainees to stay in UK

 

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