Video: Gerada speaks out on the GP crisis - full speech

RCGP chairwoman Professor Clare Gerada spoke out strongly to call for more support for general practice and set out her vision for its future at the RCGP annual conference 2013. Watch her speech in full here.

Professor Clare Gerada: conference speech won standing ovation
Professor Clare Gerada: conference speech won standing ovation

Professor Gerada's speech at the conference in Harrogate, Yorkshire, won a standing ovation from delegates. The address was her final speech to the conference as chairwoman, with her three-year spell at the helm of the RCGP set to conclude in November.

Watch the speech in full here:

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