All of this windbag emotionalism is not going to make a ha'porth of difference.And what is a 'nouse top' anyway?
I was a trainee in 1971, having foolishly given up anaesthetics. I served on all sorts of potty committees and have never resiled from an early view that General Medical Practice is largely a waste of time.it still is.
the GMC provides a golden opportunity for all the whingers and whiners and dopey NHS 'managers' to have a good 'pop' at doctors. The whole FTP system needs to be examined properly and then re-designed.
Are you the Arsi of Darsi?
Still writing clinical reports about people you have never met?
These can be done on a sliding scale. e.g. acute appendicitis=£3. Diagnosis= £ 4.90p.DIY on kitchen table=£ 20. Referral to surgical Registrar=£ 3000.00.
Taxis and London shrink=$1000,000.
In the 20yrs that I was Deputy Coroner for the City of London and Inner West London I never once found it necessary to call a GP to give evidence." A field day for lawyers"?
A& E will be like this sine die until triage is performed by doctors.
Who would have the power and legal indemnity to chuck out all of the parasites in casualty.I too, was in a Sarf London cas dept. recently.About 50% of the waiting room was occupied by immigrants and teenage toms on their mobiles.But my catheter was passed expeditiously!These leaflets are bumph.
This has been going on for a very long time.I was told that the GMC had a 'complaints file' on me by an employer 'who had been told in confidence'.
When I eventually contacted the relevant clerk, she admitted the fact-after I told her that I was a Barrister as well as a doctor.
This is 2 Jan. not 1 Apr.What world does this doctor inhabit?
This would require an impeccable recall system in General Practice.Does such exist?