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How technology is changing the GP consultation

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Here we are, the only people who don’t have a right to an opinion on how a Dr should do their job is the Doctor themself. Patients, politicians, business people, political figureheads dressed up as ‘top’ medical big wigs, and magazine editions. Only these people really know what a GPs job involves and only they get to decide how it’s done. Isn’t it marvellous, these self important Drs always pissed me off anyhow, all up themselves telling us what might help when we get sick, and insisting on making us come to see them when I’d rather be at home or at work. It’s high time they started getting used to doing what they are told. I want illness to light, easy and convenient. These Drs make it all so difficult. They need to wise up and get on line. It’s inevitable, because it’s what we want. It the 21st century for god sake, life should be easy, convenicence is a right and illness shouldn’t be so difficult, death won’t happen to us. Our apps will see to that. Inevitable? If you say so. Symptomatic of today’s population - self obsessed, indulged and lost, blissfully unaware of the nature of their fragile mortal existence. Dumb..oh but it’s gonna happen anyway. Sad , but what do I know, all you need is google and protocols. Medicine is easy. Life is easy. Death is someone else’s problem. Urrr no it isn’t. But what do I know. I a dumb self important specialist in how folk end up dead.

Posted date

31 Aug 2018

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5:32pm

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