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A medical doctor who is trained to provide primary health care to patients of either sex and any age.→ GP
- ‘Perth has numerous specialists in skin diagnosis to whom general practitioners could refer patients.’
- ‘The nurse would direct the more serious cases to a general practitioner.’
- ‘We compared the ability of general practitioners and practice nurses to interpret three of these methods.’
- ‘The treatment can be delivered by suitably trained practice nurses or general practitioners.’
- ‘Questionnaires are usually used and are completed by the patients and their general practitioners.’
- ‘Obstetric care by general practitioners is a declining service in Canada.’
- ‘Patients expected their general practitioner to be aware of their diagnosis, which was often not the case.’
- ‘The nurses contacted a general practitioner only if there was a particular issue with a patient.’
- ‘The idea is for general practitioners to compare with patients a dummy medication with a real one.’
- ‘Patients seen by a nurse were referred to a general practitioner when appropriate.’
- ‘We asked all general practitioners and practice nurses to attend all three sessions.’
- ‘This is true not only for general practitioners and nurses, but also for patients.’
- ‘None of the general practitioners personally showed patients how or when to use an auto-injector.’
- ‘About one third of general practitioners had treated refugees, but few staff had undergone training.’
- ‘Patients in local hospitals owned by local communities are treated by general practitioners.’
- ‘One possibility for reducing costs would be to use a nurse practitioner instead of the general practitioner.’
- ‘Two patients chose to be treated by their general practitioner, giving too small a group to be included in the analysis.’
- ‘Patients want their general practitioners to listen and take them seriously.’
- ‘This is usually done by either a gynaecologist, a general practitioner, or a nurse practitioner.’
- ‘Five of the studies assessed the effect of continuing medical education on general practitioners.’
general practitioner/ˈjen(ə)rəl prakˈtiSH(ə)nər/
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