GP trainee recruitment improving but parts of England continue to struggle

Millett, David
September 2016
GP: General Practitioner;9/9/2016, p1
The article reports on the ongoing struggle in some parts of England to fill general practitioner (GP) training posts for 2016. It states that GP trainee recruitment is improving at national levels, but in few regions its still lagging behind. It mentions that in London, England 99 percent of GP trainee posts have already been filled, and in Thames Valley the vacancies have been closed.


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