Tag Archives: GP consultations

Predicting GP visits: A multinomial logistic regression investigating GP visits amongst a cohort of UK patients living with ME

Predicting GP visits: A multinomial logistic regression investigating GP visits amongst a cohort of UK patients living with Myalgic encephalomyelitis, by R Stephen Walsh, Andrew Denovan, Kenneth Drinkwater, Sean Reddington & Neil Dagnall in BMC Family Practice vol 21, no. … Continue reading

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Survey of older people’s experiences of GP services

Share your experiences of GP services in Wales Many of the older people the Older People’s Commissioner has met and spoken with across Wales have shared their experiences of accessing and using GP services, which are central to the health and wellbeing … Continue reading

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GP consultations by Skype

Patients give thumbs up to GP Skype pilot, by Caroline Price, article in Pulse, 9 February 2015  GPs piloting Skype consultations at a central London GP practice saw high patient satisfaction but less-than-expected demand. Almost all patients surveyed about their experience … Continue reading

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