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GP survey by BMA urges longer appointments

Longer appointments and better funding are needed to improve services, a survey of GPs has suggested.

The poll of more than 15,000 UK doctors by the British Medical Association found that over 90% thought their workload had a negative impact on the care given to patients.

Only one in 10 felt the standard 10-minute consultation slots were adequate.

Health correspondent Sophie Hutchinson reports.

  • 09 Apr 2015
  • From the section Health
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