GPs accused of complaining culture

Hobbs, Georgie
October 2007
Pulse;10/10/2007, Vol. 67 Issue 36, p14
The article reports on the accusation of British Medical Association, National Health Service (NHS) and other health groups that general practitioners (GPs) foster a complaining culture that is unprofessional. Report showed that GPs working in the NHS spend too much time complaining about their frustrations instead of working to produce better practice. It suggested that physicians need to be more involved in NHS reform policies and determine a positive way to improve the service.


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