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Young G and Spencer J. General practitioners' views about the need for a stress support service. Family Practice 1996; 13: 517-521. Objectives. We wished to determine general practitioners' (OPS') views regarding the need for a stress support service. Method. A postal questionnaire survey of GPs' views (n •= 274) about the need for a stress support service, and what form such a service might take, was undertaken on Tyneside. Results. A response rate of 79.5% was achieved with one reminder. Adoi:10.1093/fampra/13.6.517 pmid:9023527 fatcat:jotmktawezhp3foplvkephjo4i