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Dr Mo Dewji: 'The biggest advocate for a practice in the long run is the patient'

NHS England’s national clinical lead for primary care explains one way that GPs can use the Friends and Family Test




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  • you can see despite the media training this guy doesn' t believe in this. Look at the eye movements!!

    It must be part of the NHSE initiation process. To get promoted you must try and convince GP of some complete BS and then you get welcomed into the NHSE inner circle !

    Just hope the price for your soul was high enough!

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  • Medicine is NOT a popularity contest and FFT is just that. Popularity chasing patients may regret what they wish for. The popular GP may well be rubbish. Sometimes the right medical treatment is to give the patient what they need not what they want. (ie no antibiotics or no 'fit note'.

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