The first season of Primary Care UK comes to an end, we've listened to your feedback and taken onboard your suggestions. Season two starts on 1st April and this is a 2 minute trailer of what's to come.
Season 2 will consist of a main episode released on the 1st of each month, and an equally important but shorter episode on the 15th. Along either of these channels we'll run themes that cover multiple episodes. Transcripts will also be provided, although the quality and accuracy can not be guaranteed.
The main month theme to kick-start the season is: Time management.
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SEASON 2 is produced by the PCUK Team in partnership with Integrated Care Support Services (www.integratedcaresupport.com).
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