In Brief

April 2006
Pulse;4/6/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 14, p4
The article presents news concerning general medical practice in Great Britain as of April 6, 2006. The Scottish Executive is investing millions in general practice premises. A deal designed to give practices a free choice of clinical system is expected to cause breach of contract. Senior National Health Service managers will be getting pay raises equal to doctors.


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