GP Diary

May 2009
GP: General Practitioner;5/1/2009, p4
The article offers news briefs related to general practitioners (GPs) in Great Britain. Wiltshire Local Medical Committee (LMC) has proposed for the appointment of Dr. Laurence Buckman as chairman of the General Practioners Committee (GPC). The Barts and London National Health Service (NHS) Trust plans to provide training to doctors through the performing arts. George Steinhauser has conducted a study on belly button fluff published at the "Medical Hypotheses" journal.


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