Patients back better pay for their doctors

March 2002
GP: General Practitioner;3/4/2002, p10
Presents results of the survey on health conducted by MORI in Great Britain. Consideration of physicians as the honest members of society by patients; Percentage of people trusted doctors to tell the truth; Awareness of the respondents on the pressures of National Health Service.


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