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GPs to be judged on how 'caring' they are for patients, says CQC


Trouble is that some patients, if they do not get their own way, eg are not prescribed antibiotics when it is not clinically appropriate or are declined to be referred to secondary care for excema/dermatitis care (which can be well managed in general practice) will be able to say how uncaring we are. Yet another reason to retire early and get out in one piece whilst we can!

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09 Apr 2013

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