AMMF and the referendum

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    jclchung
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    An interesting and relevant question that could have been put forward to the experts a couple of weeks ago is would they envisage any serious barriers to their work and progress should the majority of brits vote to leave (BRexit)? Undoubtedly there are so many factors to consider in this important decision and this is just one facet. The opinion polls look close. I for one am still undecided!

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    Helen_ammf
    Moderator

    The clock is ticking – have you made your mind up yet, Jeff ???

    #9133

    Helen_ammf
    Moderator

    And what do GP’s think? Interesting reading in Pulse today:

    Dr Zishan Syed says Brexit is the only way:

    http://www.pulsetoday.co.uk/views/opinion/brexit-is-the-only-solution/20032130.article

    and Dr David Coleman says Brexit will spell disaster:

    http://www.pulsetoday.co.uk/views/opinion/brexit-could-spell-disaster-for-general-practice/20032094.article

    So, take your pick!!

    #9162

    jclchung
    Participant

    Well………..who would have predicted that result? Although I see both sides of the argument I think the remain campaign was a bit lacklustre and this could have made a difference in the result. I hope the international work that AMMF is involved in is not unduly affected.

    #9165

    Helen_ammf
    Moderator

    We’re seeing pledges coming in from many of the European alliances that research collaboration will not be affected, so we can only hope that will be the case.

    Time will tell, Jeff!

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