Haslam D. Never jump to conclusions about your patients. Practitioner Dec 2019;263(1832):31

Never jump to conclusions about your patients

20 Dec 2019Registered users

If I had one overriding rule about GP consultations, it would probably be not to jump to conclusions.There are times when we feel absolutely certain that we know what is going on almost as soon as we collect the patient from the waiting room. I don’t know about you, but all too frequently I discovered that I was totally and embarrassingly wrong.

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