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Old 5th September 2018, 22:56
waine waine is offline
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Default GPS behind

I just watched GPS behind closed doors. This man was asking for medication for depression and anger. He was getting angry with the doctor. I thought the doctor handled it well. Situations like that. Ugh
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Old 6th September 2018, 00:39
Change Change is offline
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I watch this occasionally and the GPs are very good. They have to deal with such a lot. Mental health understanding has come along way but I don't think all GPs can offer the support people need. I heard last week NHS England said they were going to put mental health professionals inside GP surgeries. I think this is needed, as they will likely be far busier than the GPs and Nurses.
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Old 6th September 2018, 09:46
Consolida Consolida is offline
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I sometimes watch this. I have to say the Doctors in the programme bare little resemblance to the GP***8217;s I***8217;ve recently seen at my Surgery who had very little time for medical issues. As for mental health problems - don***8217;t even go there! I guess it depends on where you live in the country though. It***8217;s impossible for GP***8217;s to give patients the support that they need when there are such an overwhelming number of people needing their attention.
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