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For clarity, practice graphs and maps only show standard GP practices, and exclude non-standard settings like prisons, out-of-hours services, etc.
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There appear to be outliers (relating to ) in this analysis. These may not be interesting if they are caused by an unusually small list size or a very low prescribing volume. Such outliers can make the rest of the chart difficult to read.
For clarity, practice graphs and maps only show standard GP practices, and exclude non-standard settings like prisons, out-of-hours services, etc.
Built with Highcharts
There appear to be outliers (relating to ) in this analysis. These may not be interesting if they are caused by an unusually small list size or a very low prescribing volume. Such outliers can make the rest of the chart difficult to read.

For clarity, practice graphs and maps only show standard GP practices, and exclude non-standard settings like prisons, out-of-hours services, etc. CCG boundaries from NHS England. Practice locations are approximate, based on postcode. Only practices with a known location are shown here. PCN boundaries are illustrative only.
There appear to be outliers (relating to ) in this analysis. These may not be interesting if they are caused by an unusually small list size or a very low prescribing volume. Such outliers can make the rest of the chart difficult to read.

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