Click to Enlarge
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Acts of violence at GP surgeries across the UK have almost doubled in five years, new figures reveal, as doctors’ leaders warn of soaring demand and staff shortages, the Guardian reports. The paper says security measures such as CCTV, panic buttons and screens at reception are being rolled out across GP surgeries, while two of Britain’s most senior doctors condemned the “lack of historic investment in general practice”.