Service delivery and reform
All readers will be well aware of the pressure to change the way we deliver dermatology services. I will attempt to examine these from the perspective of a consultant working in a post which is split equally between a secondary care foundation trust and a teaching primary care trust (PCT). My belief is that, while the present situation undoubtedly has the potential to destabilise traditional service models, there are also opportunities to improve services for patients if we rise to the challenge.
Dermatology in practice 2007; 15(2): 4–5
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