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'Unclear advice' for GPs on swine flu

6th July 2009

A poll carried out by the doctors.net.uk website has found only 9% of doctors think that have been given "clear and concise" guidance about swine flu.

44% said they were getting too much information. Doctors.net.uk medical director Tim Ringrose said: “Doctors have been battling to make sense of the stream of information from different sources. They are now looking for clear, concise information to help them get prepared and to enable them to answer questions from the public.”

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Article Information

Title: 'Unclear advice' for GPs on swine flu
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 12041
Date Added: 6th Jul 2009


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