“Can’t – won’t – no point” Dr Peter J Gordon [reblog]

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This article published in the London Review of Books by Dr Gavin Francis has generated much discussion:LRB - cash for diagnoses - Gavin Francis

This BMJ poll asked about the ethics of NHS England’s approach:BMJ pollProfessor June Andrews, “International Dementia expert, consultant, teacher, nurse, writer and researcher” submitted the following response which was published alongside the original article by Dr Francis: LRB - cash for diagnoses - June Andrews

Not surprisingly, the suggestion that GPs should be sued (introducing a stick as well as the carrot of the £55) attracted a lot of responses from GPs. Dr Margaret McCartney, GP in Glasgow, Medical author and regular columnist in the BMJ, replied to Professor Andrews:Mgt replies

Professor June Andrews replied initially on social media, stating:JA quote

Professor Andrews then submitted a fuller reply on Dr McCartney’s blog, which can be read here along with further replies. Professor Andrews appears to have been surprised by the reaction to her forthright suggestion. I have followed the discussions on social…

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