Healthcare on the brink? Assessing the crisis in General Practice

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 26 Number 2 (2018)

Healthcare on the brink? Assessing the crisis in General Practice
Steve Iliffe, pages -

Abstract

In recent years, General Practice has become a major site of conflict over the condition of the National Health Service. This article offers a detailed account of what the ‘crisis’ in General Practice really consists of, and suggests some ways forward for a reforming Labour government.

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Steve Iliffe (2018) Healthcare on the brink? Assessing the crisis in General Practice, Renewal, 26(2), -

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