By Rodger Charlton
Compassion, Continuity and being concerned within the NHS is an engaging exploration of the significance of compassion in wellbeing and fitness care.
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There is also a recruitment crisis at present in primary care and this is not helping the care of patients with long-term conditions. There are fewer people entering medical schools and fewer graduates wishing to train in general practice because of the increasing workload and low morale of the workforce. 31 Compassion A 2011 King’s Fund report concluded that:4 • the range of activities provided in general practice has increased. General practice plays an increasingly important role in coordinating care provided in other settings • the availability of GPs is inequitable, ranging by Primary Care Trust from fewer than 50 to more than 80 per 100,000 population • there are projected shortages in the general practice workforce due to an ageing workforce and changing working patterns • the majority of care provided by general practice is good.