Offering lifestyle advice to patients without them getting defensive is difficult
Figures from a survey revealed at the Conservative Party Conference yesterday show that while the majority of GPs back the NHS prevention agenda, they are struggling to make it a reality. Released as part of a panel in partnership with the Social Market Foundation think tank, the survey revealed that nearly half (47%) of GPs admit offering advice to patients who have a preventable illness without being it seen as ‘nanny state' or ‘blame culture' is proving difficult. Top three priority While...
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