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PARLIAMENTARY BRIEFING: Scotland briefing on GP Deep End practices and healthy life expectancy

GP Deep End practices are the 100 general practices which serve the most socio-economically deprived populations in Scotland and this briefing for a debate on healthy life expectancy covers nursing in our communities and universal health visiting services, concluding that we need the right number of health and social care professionals working together in the right areas if we are to tackle health inequalities and make sure our NHS is sustainable.

28 October 2015
This briefing covers nursing in our communities and universal health visiting services and concludes that we need the right health and social care professionals working in the right places at the right time if we are to tackle health inequalities and make sure our NHS is sustainable.
This briefing was produced for a members' debate in the Scottish Parliament on 28 October 2015 on GP Deep End Practices (i.e. those 100 general practices which serve the most socio-economically deprived populations in Scotland) and healthy life expectancy.