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Medical students' views on becoming a GP

Longer waits to see a GP in the UK are "becoming the norm", the British Medical Association is warning.

BMA GP leader Dr Chaand Nagpaul said "chronic underfunding" meant patients were often having to wait one or two weeks for an appointment.

The BBC spoke to three medical students, and asked them whether they would consider going in to general practice.

  • 25 Jun 2014
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