Well said Dr Chand. I have been a GP for nearly 40yrs and am now retired, only because of a health problem. I feel both sad and angry regarding the difficulties general practice is suffering because of political pressure and ignorance.Before I had to visit my GP and hospital specialists of all kinds I did not fully realise what a fantastic service we have with the NHS.Keep up the good work!
Re Dr Browning comment 10.17 pm, brilliant, where would the government be without the GPs in CCGs?
Of course, it would have been much better for us all to have refused to implement the changes to the nhs in the first place. I didn't want to say 'I told you so' but oh dear, I seem to have said it. And yes, the only people who get anywhere are the legal profession.
How can we get our point of view ie this is irresponsible lunacy turned into action against this man? It is breathtaking in its absurdity.
I'm afraid it's been like this for years.
Very useful and concise, but a long 10 mins?
Dr Diana Smallwood
Well done everyone. What a great story. Best wishes to Mr Bashir for a good recovery.
I agree with you. Will be interested to see if legal action follows.
Here, here, or is it hear, hear??
Well done, Professor Gerada! Keep up the good work.
I thought we are advised not to use this combination of simvastatin and amlodipine because of risk of muscle damage? A lower dose of simvastatin or different statin has been the advice?