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a physician who is not a specialist but treats all illnesses

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In December 2017 - January 2018, seven offices of a general practitioner were built in Lipetsk, Yelets, Dobrinsky, Gryazinsky, Dolgorukovsky, Terbunsky and Chaplyginsky districts.
The minister directed that all the stakeholders should work with proactive approach and prepare guidelines and SOPs on the clinical side for the information and guidance of the general practitioners for the treatment of diseases.
Advisor Health stressed upon general practitioners to play their active role in controlling diseases by becoming a part of prevention programme.
We asked ourselves how rapid diagnostic tests might help solve this problem," says Jan Verbakel, general practitioner and postdoctoral researcher at the KU Leuven Faculty of Medicine.
Mechichi underlined the decisive role of the general practitioner or family doctor in strengthening primary health services.
Methods: A cross-sectional descriptive study was undertaken among a sample of 274 general practitioners.
The Royal College of General Practitioners have already predicted Scotland will face a shortfall of 915 GPs by 2020 unless urgent action is taken.
The next OSCE will take place in July at the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Abstract Objective To assess awareness about leprosy among general practitioners in endemic areas of Larkana region Sindh, Pakistan.
London, July 10 ( ANI ): Indian doctors have claimed that United Kingdom General Practitioners (GP) exams are continuously failing them in several attempts based on racial grounds.
But the Irish College of General Practitioners rejected a motion calling for abortion in the case of rape or incest.
British general practitioners Davies (Halifax), Moran (Leeds), and Gandhi (Nottingham)--all with the Yorkshire Faculty of the Royal College of General Practitioners--present a practical text to clarify uncertainties and guide new general practitioners (GPs) in their first five years of practice after passing the MRCGP examination.
GROSS INCOME received collectively by general practitioners from all sources increased by about 25 per cent in the main years of the boom, according to new figures released by the Department of Finance.
GPs want longer appointments to treat patients with long-term, complex conditions, says the Royal College of General Practitioners.
General Practitioners from Kyustendil, Dupnitsa and Razgrad have gone on strike Monday over unpaid funds and the Bulgarian government's health reform plans.
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