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My weekly reading included BMJ and some of the free magazines such as 'Pulse'. In the 16th May edition of Pulse a Nigel Praities talks about Professor Chris Salisbury,a GP and professor of primary healthcare at University of Bristol. Professor Salisbury wrote in the 'Lancet'', [can I mention the Lancet on a BMJ website??] the previous week about the increased comorbidities that people in inner City areas have when compared with their more affluent peers.
He suggests that inner City UK GPs should have smaller medical lists. I suppose as an inner City GP I am biased. I think we would probably do better with a smaller list. But in the UK and I expect elsewhere smaller lists mean less income. Should Inner City Practices accept smaller lists and lower incomes?