I remember my surgical reg taking a patient to theatre one night having diagnosed this, only to find a hydronephrosis at the laparotomy....
The volunteers are a self selected group which makes statistical analysis challenging. However the low ratio of female GPs under investigation says enough on its own
Excellent article Pulse, more of this please
Have you seen what Devon have suggested as a motion for the LMC conference about this?
Anything extra to cover the additional costs of supplying all the info for SARs for free...
This deal is looking a lot worse than previously advertised, maybe there should have been another ballot?
Well done Willie!
Hope they consider the safety impact of data loss occurring during all these superfluous migrations...
No such thing as bad publicity for the likes of Pharmacy4U
Well done Fay and all the Badger team, hope it doesn’t cripple your service
The “hidden” costs of using Crapita are much higher than the original costs of a not fab but safe and functioning service. The masterminds of this transition should be removed from their posts
Maybe EMIS could spend some time sorting out all the glitches and bugs in their system rather than surveying patients
One of the best bit s of Pulse journalism for years, well done, shame I can’t rate it
Thanks Dr Cundy - Pulse can you please upload his comments on to your front page? Thanks
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Where is Paul Cundy when you need a decent quote?
Dr Deveson has written an excellent article here. Have you thought of asking him to do more writing for you, such as a regular column?
Best article in Pulse this year. lucky that Paul never reads the comment section though!
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I think if I was Dr Geddes I would be inclined to resign over this issue
It is madness to encourage substandard ways of consulting ie telephone, Skype, email etc. Face to face is the gold standard - high quality and safe. Probably more time efficient for GPs too. Also, looking to the future, easier to bill for...