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£1m to help GPs get people back to work

19th May 2009

The Royal College of General Practitioners has been given a contract worth £1 million to help GPs in getting people back to work.

Workshops will be offered over a two-year period and are designed to offer support and advice to GPs.

RCGP chairman Steve Field said: "This is a major boost for the College and for GPs. Tackling health inequalities is a big priority for us and helping people to remain in or return to employment is clearly one of the best ways of improving the mental, physical and economic well-being for our patients."

 

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