How many of you actually know your doctor? You may be acquainted with him or her, but they see hundreds of patients so they are not likely to know you very well nor you them. According to a recent report from the Health Foundation, the UK has the fewest doctors per 1,000 patients in the whole of the EU. Continue reading Talking to a stranger – your doctor
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Do You Trust Your Doctor? – Part Two
This is part 2 of “Do you trust your doctor”. You can see Part 1 here.
The arrogance of some doctors
Those of the older generation generally regard their doctor as being someone of extreme importance, someone to look up to and be admired. This gives some doctors a sense of of superiority that they carry with them as they practice their ever diminishing skills. I sincerely think that doctors of the past used their skills as physicians much more and were more deserving of their high status. Whereas modern doctors seem to be hampered by dogma and directives from all quarters. Continue reading Do You Trust Your Doctor? – Part Two
Do You Trust Your Doctor?
“Do you trust your doctor” talks about what’s happening to our medical profession. There is this niggling feeling that something is going on which restricts our doctors from being the doctor they were when first they took the oath. It’s as though they’re shackled in some way, unable to use their skills as physicians but only able to dish out prescription drugs. Are they being controlled? Continue reading Do You Trust Your Doctor?