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GPs shouldn't face sanctions for trying to do the right thing


An increasing trend in our GP land is the prescribing of a 'pocket prescription' in those cases where we feel antibiotics are not required at the time of examination. This applies to all ages but seems more common in children. It would be relatively easy to set up some research to see how many of these scripts were actually activated, and if not why not.

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23 Aug 2015

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