As a hospital 'mentalist' I gave this 5 stars. As to the note of optimism at the end - I await the second instalment with baited breath.
Barry, I am guessing that the Dutch translates as 'This is totally mad' - or thereabouts.
So much for UK GP training, then. When the going gets tough, ditch it!
If only she was SoS for Health!
I had to keep looking at the byline as I was convinced Copperfield had written the article!
Bye George. You will be missed.....eventually!
Plan B - co-payments
Plan C - do a dentist.
See, Dr Madan, it's easy!
I initially read Prof Reid as 'Prof Candid' - not sure that I was that wrong....
09.55 - Hunt doesn't read anything he hasn't written himself.
Grist to Copperfield's mill, however. It is his neck of the woods.
I am proudly Scottish - and a nationalist - and I am typing this through tears of laughter. Keep it up, Kevin!
Tea and chocolate? Spliffs and strychnine would be better!
Clapp app for STDs
Well done! Hope you make a good life for yourself and family. Please keep writing!
"Mr Hunt said: 'I am absolutely convinced that we will call this turbulent period in the NHS’s history - this challenging period – the quality decade.’" - Sorry, I'm wiping my eyes here. Can't stop laughing. Quality! Ha! Ha! Ha!
They were available, but that doesn't let the hospital service off the hook - suppose that he had wanted to know more about his possible treatment and chances of a cure? The author handled the situation very well but should not have been in that position.
A year on and you are still missed. Hope you have recovered and RLE'd.
The NICE guidance actually states that lifestyle changes should be advised above 10% risk and then consideration of a statin if that doesn't work. Most patients take it as a 'wake up' call to do something about their risk factors and I rarely need to prescribe statins to this group in my clinic.