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KARACHI -- The 10th Continuing Professional Development Course for family physicians being organized by college of Family Medicine Pakistan in collaboration with The Royal College of General Practitioners UK will begin on Sunday at National Institute of Child Health (NICH) auditorium.
Sources at the Royal College of General Practitioners fear doctors will fail to pay for enough services because they "don't understand" the job.
PROF TERENCE STEPHENSON, chair, UK Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, JOHN ASHTON, president, AMRC Faculty of Public Health, MAUREEN BAKER, chair, Royal College of General Practitioners, Dr MARK PORTER, chair, British Medical Association, JANET ATHERTON, president, Association of Directors of
The number of patients with hay fever symptoms, or allergic rhinitis, visiting GP surgeries in England and Wales during the week before last stood at 11,873 compared to 5,560 in the same period last year, the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) said.
The Royal College of General Practitioners Scotland (RCGPS) are backing a campaign to help patients access the services they need.
Dr Maureen Baker of the Royal College of General Practitioners said: "It is absolutely shocking that, due to the current funding crisis in general practice, patients are now facing a postcode lottery.
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RGCP) said the critical state of general practice is already affecting patient care.
The Royal College of General Practitioners said practices were being hit by cuts in funding at the same time as demand for services was shooting up.