How to set up a GPwSI service in dermatology
The NHS modernisation agenda is all about improving the quality, access and equity of care for patients. Although skin diseases are common, many dermatology patients have traditionally had a poor deal from the NHS. There is little dermatology in the undergraduate curriculum, it is not a component of most general practice vocational training schemes, and the dermatology provision in secondary care service is meagre, compared with elsewhere in Europe and the USA.
Dermatology in practice 2005; 13(3): 18–21
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