14 days in general practice

April 2015
GP: General Practitioner;4/6/2015, p1
The article offers news briefs related to general practice in Great Britain as of April 2015. General practitioners (GPs) who have been practicing overseas face challenges in returning to work in Great Britain. The meningitis vaccine will now be given to babies as the Great Britain's Department of Health (DH) has settled year-long price negotiations with the manufacturers. The global sum funding for General Medical Services contracts will rise by three percent per patient from April 2015.


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