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Emergency physicians in critical care: a consultant’s experience
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    Dear Editor

    Whilst I share Terry Brown's concern that some trainee physicians may not receive adequate exposure to acutely ill adults, the role of the acute general physician can not therefore be said to be in demise. The recent emergence of acute medicine as a subspecialty in its own right, and the recognition of this by the Royal Colleges of Physicians, has paralleled a large expansion in the number of acute physi...

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