Post Profile

Why so many doctors in the UK are at risk of burnout

(Lancaster University) More than half of GPs in the UK are planning to leave general practice says the first look at the recruitment crisis.More than a thousand GPs have sought professional help from the NHS GP Health Service in the past year, with most cases involving stress, anxiety and depression and about 2% addiction.One in four have already left the profession but only one in five new medical graduates choose to become GPs.
read more


Related Posts

Record number of GP closures force 265,000 to find new doctors

Health : The Guardian: Health

Surge in number of patients having to change practice comes despite NHS pledge to invest £2.4bn in GP services by 2020 A record number of GP practices closed last year, forcing thousands of patients to find a new surgery, in spite o...

Two in five GPs in south-west of England plan to quit, survey finds

Health : The Guardian: Health

Study exposes potential doctors’ crisis in NHS, with GPs found to be considering leaving the job or reducing their hours About two in five GPs in the south-west of England are planning to quit, exposing a potential doctors’ crisis i...

UK GPs At High Risk Of Burnout

Health : Medical News Today

Nearly half of all General Practitioners (GPs) in the UK are at a very high risk of burning out and are jeopardizing their mental health, according to a PULSE survey. PULSE is a UK medical journal that focuses on general practice (p...

Smartphone GP service 'risks luring doctors from frontline practice'

Health : The Guardian: Health

General practitioner leaders say they are ‘really worried’ about list of those ineligible for virtual consultation scheme GP leaders have raised concerns about the first NHS smartphone virtual GP service. Millions of NHS patients wh...

Only Two-Thirds of Trainee GPs Plan to Work in NHS General Practice

Health : Newswise Medical News

A new study by the University of Warwick indicates that only two in three doctors who are completing their training to become GPs plan to work in NHS general practice.


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC