Practice nurses maintain services, but get little credit
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Practice nurses maintain services, but get little credit

Marie Therese Massey Queen’s Nurse and associate dean, Primary care school South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw

Media-led clamour over face-to-face GP appointments has adversely affected nursing staff morale

Recent anti-general practice media coverage has provoked anger among the public and put staff at risk of abuse. This coverage demanded GPs return to face-to-face appointments – at the patients request rather than through clear clinical need.

Primary Health Care. 32, 1, 18-18. doi: 10.7748/phc.32.1.18.s6

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