Education needs to be valued, not cut back

I am very glad I will be able to claim that on tax but one would have to think twice about that sort of thing, and taking those kinds of courses, when you can’t claim them back.

To have the costs capped simply indicates that the government does not value educational efforts as being important in improving the quality of our work.

It is really saying they do not value quality medicine.

I believe that GPs provide an extremely valuable and increasingly complex service in our communities but we are being undervalued