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Coronavirus: How GPs have stopped seeing most patients in person

In April 2020 we reported on the change in GP appointments - from 80% being in person in 2019, to 7% during the coronavirus outbreak, according to Professor Martin Marshall, chairman of the Royal College of GPs.

The Shared Data Unit makes data journalism available to news organisations across the media industry, as part of a partnership between the BBC and the News Media Association. Stories generated by the partnership included:

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Quotes and interviews

  • Professor Martin Marshall, chairman, Royal College of GPs (RCGP)
  • Tom Gentry, senior health influencing manager, Age UK
  • Sue Sharpe, taxi firm administration assistant from Calne, Wiltshire
  • Clive Williams, fishing tackle supplier from Horsham in West Sussex

Visualisation

  • Choropleth map: % GP appointments by phone or online, by CCG, year ending February 2020
  • Bar chart: Appointments by mode in England, year ending February 2020

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