Tips for GP trainees working in public health

Knight, Yolande; Burkes, Matthew
September 2013
British Journal of General Practice;Sep2013, Vol. 63 Issue 614, p500
Academic Journal
The article offers tips for general practice (GP) trainees working for the public health. It notes that GP placement entails working in the primary care trust (PCT) and works within the local health unit dealing with disease outbreak response work and its on-call services. It also discussed about working in the Public Health England (PHE) unit that involves taking phone calls from GPs and other health professionals on disease outbreaks, notifiable diseases and health hazards.


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