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An investigation into general practitioners associated with high patient mortality flagged up through the Shipman inquiry: retrospective analysis of routine data
  1. Mohammed A Mohammed,
  2. Anthony Rathbone,
  3. Paulette Myers,
  4. Divya Patel,
  5. Helen Onions,
  6. Andrew Stevens

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    Objective: To identify a credible explanation for the excessively high mortality associated with general practitioners who were flagged up by the Shipman inquiry.

    Design: Retrospective analysis of routine data.

    Setting: Primary care.

    Participants: Two general practitioners in the West Midlands who were associated with an unacceptably high mortality …

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