Meeting the challenges of new roles for general practice nursing
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Meeting the challenges of new roles for general practice nursing

Marie Therese Massey Associate dean for Wider Workforce, Health Education England, South Yorkshire

Even before the pandemic, the pressures on general practice were well known and innovative ways were needed to meet the growing demand for appointments. England’s 2019 Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme aimed to recruit 26,000 staff in general practice by 2023-24 to increase the number of annual general practice appointments by 50 million.

Primary Health Care. 32, 4, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/phc.32.4.5.s1

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