Infographic: Can GPs cope with soaring workload?

A BMA poll of 15,000 GPs has found deep concerns in the profession about workload and the impact on patient safety. Read the key findings below.

GP workload: patient care undermined (Photo: JH Lancy)
GP workload: patient care undermined (Photo: JH Lancy)

The poll found many GPs can no longer cope with their workload. Although many are prepared to offer longer opening hours, few are keen to see their practice operate seven days a week.

Full story: Nine out of 10 GPs say heavy workload is undermining patient care

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