A Survey of General Practice in Northern Ireland in 1970

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1972 - Family medicine - 76 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Personal list sizes and experience of general practitioners in the various health authority areas
2
Personal list sizes and experience of general practitioners in various types of practices urban rural mixed
5
Practice structure in each health authority area
7
Types of main surgery premises
10
Employment of ancillary staff
13
Ancillary staff attachments to general practice
19
Practice organisation
26
General practitioners access to hospital beds for treatment of their own patients
43
Hospital appoinunents desired by doctors who do not already hold such appointments
46
Further hospital appointments desired by doctors
51
alread hold appoinunents
52
Attitude of general practitioners who do not have access to any hospital beds to the desirability of having such a facility
56
Attitude of general practitioners to working in hospital as recognised members of consultant teams
59
Hospital experience of general practitioners at registrar and senior registrar level
63
Summany
65

Participation in health authority clinics
30
Hospital appointments held by doctors
35
Availability of hospital diagnostic and treatment facilities to general practitioners without reference to an outpatient department
40
Index to Statistical Tabulations
67
Organisation of the survey
71

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