GP Workload Survey results

Following the feature in Pulse, you may wish to see the full results of our GP workload survey as part of our General Practice Cares campaign.

The results of the survey have also been reported on in the media by the London Evening Standard, The Daily Telegraph and Practice Business

Our grateful thanks to the 666 GPs who made time to respond. Please be assured, Londonwide LMCs will be sharing GP and practice concerns widely across London’s stakeholders as we continue influencing the future of general practice on your behalf.

Last updated : 04 Sep 2013

 

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