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Cambridge University researchers found that while about half of patients could be dealt with over the phone, the other half needed a subsequent face-to-face appointment.

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The findings come after the Mail revealed this week that GP receptionists were being trained to deflect patients from making unnecessary appointments.

In the latest study, researchers analysed appointment data and patient satisfaction surveys from a random sample of 10 per cent of English GP practices, which they compared with 147 GP practices using the ‘telephone first’ approach.

But the study authors wrote: ‘The telephone first approach shows that many problems in general practice can be dealt with over the phone.