Doctors' workload is out of control and must be capped, BMA chair warns MPs

Doctors' workload should be capped to protect them and their patients, the BMA chair has told MPs - warning that the average GP now sees twice as many patients as they should per day.

by Luke Haynes
BMA chair Dr Chaand Nagpaul (Photo: JH Lancy)
BMA chair Dr Chaand Nagpaul (Photo: JH Lancy)

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