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The Associate Parliamentary Group on SkinPeter Lapsley

In April 2002, the Associate Parliamentary Group on Skin (APGS) published the Report on the Enquiry into Primary Care Dermatology Services. It comes at a key time as the government furthers its plans to devolve more responsibility to the regions, with the final primary care groups merging into primary care trusts. Additionally, the Action on Dermatology programme – implemented in 2000 to cut waiting times, to streamline care and to improve services for patients with skin conditions – is beginning to deliver promising results.
Dermatology in practice 2002; 10(3): 14–14
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