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More than 40% of GPs intend to quit within five years

More than 40% of GPs intend to quit within five years according to researchers at the University of Warwick.

The researchers described a ‘worsening crisis’ in GP retention as workloads increase as most GPs reported that they were working more hours and that morale was worse than two years ago.

The research, published in the journal BMJ Open found that 42.1% of GPs planned to quit or retire from the jobs in the NHS within the next five years compared to 31.8% in 2014.

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