March 2009
New Zealand Doctor;3/25/2009, p4
This section offers news briefs on medical care. The National Health Service (NHS) of Great Britain has given English patients the opportunity to rate their general practitioners (GP) on its web site. The Kidney Health New Zealand has released the "Chronic Kidney Disease Management in General Practice" guide in celebration of World Kidney Day. The Medical Training Board will be releasing its final report on medical training to the ministers of health and tertiary education.


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