Anonymous ex gp
Whatever happened to the Nicholson challenge of saving £20 billion in BHS efficiency savings?
The use of the term 'discrimatory' is disingenuous. Discrimination is important and appropriate in many areas
Waiting lists for going on a waiting list are crazy
Quite often the missed appointment is the fault of the hospital. Appointments never received or the letter arriving late
Common sense at last!
To The cavary isnt coming.
Anti depressants are addictive!
Stop paying I to your GP pension and take the "employers" contribution as income to yourself
Food for thought. Maybe you can use this paper in your defence when you haven't done it and are open to criticism
Do the honourable thing Massey and resign!
Or be sacked.
Should we take a coroner's opinion as infallible?
Yet another reorganisation. Definition of insanity is repeating the same thing over and over again, but expecting a different result each time.
The great thing about being about being a GP was the autonomy. The recognition of professionalism that allowed us the freedom to do the job with the trust that we were doing our best drawing on the years of experience to work in a way that lived with much that was not evidence based, because much of the evidence was not there. But to try and follow guidelines that were not sound, but then being criticised for using our own intelligence and critical thinking in the way we were trained to do is demoralizing. The pontificating 'experts' in their ivory towers who seek to impose their own brand of crap arrogant ideas is pernicious.
I was always taught (never really believed it) not completing courses of antibiotics led to increased resistance. Now reducing lengths of courses lessens the chance of increased resistance. Medicine full of opinions not based on sound science, just "expert" opinion. Welcome to the real world.
Vinci, where do you find the time to write your thousands of words? I am completely in awe.
Stop medicalisng everything!
Unfortunately cash incentives encourage liberal interpretation of ethical rules
I have been asked to prescribe a patients 'usual drugs' as a GP by an inpatient psychiatric ward, despite the fact that two of the drugs were contraindicated in mania!
Bring back Jeremy, he wasn't all that bad.
Sorry, I'm being delusional. Give us a job, I volunteer to be Health Secretary. I may make less of a mess of it, shouldn't be too difficult.