IN THIS EPISODE our host Munir Adam begins discussing a theme that is ever-present in the daily life of many frontline clinicians in Primary Care: the struggle of keeping to time during consultations. What are the thoughts around this? Why has it happened? What is its impact, and what needs to happen? Does it even matter?
This is the first episode of this mini-series.
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GP Online article: Consultation times not long enough, say 93% of GPs | GPonline
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