GPs rail against 'encouraging' people back to work


Doctors have hit back at proposals that would force them to encourage patients to stay in or go back to work as soon as possible.

They argued that the reforms were politicising the health service and may not be in the patient's best interests. Any negative feelings held by GPs towards encouraging patients to work could hav...

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