Understanding the impact of primary care reforms on GPs was one of the main outcomes of interest in the Scottish Government's Primary Care Outcomes Framework and local evaluation plans.

PHS conducted a survey to find out if GPs thought multidisciplinary team staff groups eased their workload and resulted in a better experience for patients. The survey also asked if there were any emerging lessons about how primary care reform can be further refined to add more value.

This first report presents the findings from the Scottish GP feedback survey, run in nine local NHS boards between November 2021 and November 2022, which focused on the first three years of the primary care reforms (2018 to 2021).


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Last updated: 21 March 2024
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