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Armistice Day: Medical advances from the World Wars

The sheer scale and devastation of the First World War was unmatched until the second conflict two decades later. Both of these monumental events saw human destruction at unprecedented levels – and the medical profession, especially those in doctor jobs or nurse jobs – faced an immense challenge trying to treat the increasing casualties of war.

Pharmacists to the rescue?

According to plans that were put forward by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), there is an “army” of practitioners that should step in to give a helping hand to GP’s. The plans are aimed at every practice in England and the idea is to help address the shortage of GP’s.