More GPs report they have an excessive workload
The number of GPs who say their workload is excessive has risen 6% in the past year, according to an RACGP survey.
Overall, 49% of the 1174 GPs questioned said their workload was too high — up from with 43% in 2018.
The finding indicated that GPs were "feeling more pressure", said the college in its annual state of the nation report.
One-quarter (22%) of respondents said their workload situation 'sometimes' prevented them from providing high-quality care.
And 1% said