The Swedish Society for General Medicine, Spam chose its new board on May 8. The appointments committee proposes that Magnus Izakson, in Rome, take over. He is a diligent researcher, especially when it comes to the work environment of general practitioners, and this is also the question he thinks is most important for him in the future.
– We need to get a permanent registry and a reasonable workload. If we do not have a good working environment, then the initial treatment does not work.
The chairman's job is two years, but not full time and the ability to stay in clinical work at the same time feels important.
– It would feel strange to release him now, says Magnus Isacson.
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