The Guardian, 12 April 2016

The Guardian published an article on the findings of Reform‘s latest report, Who cares? The future of general practice.

It highlighted Reform‘s argument that if other health workers, such as nurses, could take on additional appointments instead of GPs, this would free up GPs’ time to offer longer appointments. A move to ‘super practices’ which could serve up to a million patients, would offer a wider range of services for patients. Additionally, it cited Reform‘s research that public demand for seven-day services is there.

160412 The Guardian GP paper pt 1




Read the full article here.