The role of GPs with a special interest in a changing NHS
These are the most recent facts in my possession, as I strongly appreciate the need to do more to offer better dermatology care in primary care: between 15% and 20% of GP consultations have a dermatological component; and in 2001–02, skin disease generated more than 600,000 referrals from GPs to secondary care – more than all other specialties combined. So how can current policy help?
Dermatology in practice 2008; 16(3): 7–9
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