Negotiators to analyse GPs' retirement plans

Durham, Neil
November 2002
GP: General Practitioner;11/18/2002, p2
Reports that General Practitioners Committee and National Health Service confederation are surveying general practitioners about their retirement plans as part of efforts to include incentives in the General Medical Service contract. Objectives of the confederation; Details of the questionnaire used in the survey; Shows organized to inform the details of the contract.


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