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There's a plan from the Royal College of General Practitioners, to stop the profession buckling under the huge pressure applied by the workforce crisis and covid 19. The steps outlined are very practical, but do they really get to the heart of the problem with the way in which primary care is practiced in 2021. In this episode, Tom, Jenny and Navjoyt are joined by Rani Lill Anjum, a philosopher from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences who thinks about causation in healthcare - and what this means for the doctor patient relationship.