Our ailing profession: author's response.

Published on Feb 1, 2017in British Journal of General Practice5.386
· DOI :10.3399/BJGP17X689041
David Zigmond3
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Valerie Iles’s response to my article ‘Our ailing profession: we need more than resilience and replenishment’1 shows that my major points are unclear, to at least one reader. I certainly do not wish to attribute blame or victimhood, or encourage aggrieved despondency. My article, though, takes a very wide and long view and concludes that our professional healthcare …
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