With thanks to Dr Duffy, who shared this with me and with whom I have done a practice exchange – I worked for her last week in the Peat Road Medical Practice, which was a great experience. I’ll blog more about this later.
By Tom Leonard, from Ghostie Men
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I must add – the social interventions from this practice were nothing like this. It was joined up, aimed at getting the best from available resources, ensuring people got the best help from the right people.
I’m already thinking of going back…
Poetry as a way of seeing another perspective, in carefully chosen words.