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I will survive, GP style

Phil Peverley recently recounted in a typically vivid column a nightmarish day which summed up what it can be like being a GP. The attached YouTube clip from a newly qualified GP takes a different tack, but is equally vivid.

Phil Peverley recently recounted in a typically vivid column a nightmarish day which summed up what it can be like being a GP. The attached YouTube clip from a newly qualified GP takes a different tack, but is equally vivid.



Set to (or, more appropriately, 'murdering') the Gloria Gaynor disco classic, I Will Survive, its the creation of an Irish GP, Mysteryguize.

Mysteryguize is obviously a subscriber to the motto 'a picture paints a thousand words', as it feels like he's used a thousand pictures in the video, including some interesting choices - particularly when the subject turns to ED.

By the end, it's definitely got a 'end of Monday morning surgery, running an hour late, going slightly mental' feel.

I will survive, GP style

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