More doctors becoming specialists but a shortage of GPs, AIHW report warns

SMH, 24 August 2016
Author: Harriet Alexander
“The medical workforce has become skewed to specialist doctors while the number of general practitioners has barely changed in 10 years, in a trend that threatens to undermine the federal government’s push for better primary care. General practitioners also had the highest proportion of doctors aged over 55 of any clinician group.”
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