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British Social Attitudes survey highlights need for investment to ensure timely care for patients, says BMA

09:30 EDT 14 Aug 2019 | Healthmatters

Responding to the latest British Social Attitudes1 survey carried out by the National Centre for Social Research which highlights attitudes towards emergency care and perceptions of GP services, BMA deputy chair Dr David Wrigley, said: “These findings are disappointing but not surprising given that after years of cuts to NHS staff and services, patients know first-hand the […]

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