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GPs 'should look out for' signs of mental illness in colleagues


I hope someone in power is reading the above comments and taking notes. GMC? CQC? every other quango? No..didn't think so. To busy chasing what the patients "perceived" complaints were and sending out letters stating "your revalidation is on hold" , you are guilty in our eyes until proven innocent, and making the doctors close to the edge jumping off the wagon. As the first comment says, look after yourself, spend time with your family and loved ones. They are the ones who will be there when the GMC suspends you while they investigate a vexatious complaint , your partners stab you in the back and your are sick or unable to work for any reason.

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20 May 2015

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