GP report

GP report

A UK term of art for a report generated by a local cervical cytology screening system’s computer and sent to GPs, reporting the result of screening for each individual woman on the GP’s “list”.
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A GP report said Mr Downes had been on anti-depressants until 2013, tried to hang himself in 2000 and took a drugs overdose in 2002.
In the GP report, it showed matters were improving, the coroner said, adding that there was nothing that could have alerted his actions.
A GP report read out at the inquest said that she had received major surgery in 1975 for spina bifida and was also diagnosed with chronic leukaemia in 2016.
With reference to our previous research [7], we added some publications as GP and these publications met the following criteria: (1) the characteristic three components could be confirmed in the manuscript or a figure and (2) the paper was cited in other publications as a GP report.
But Dr Goodall said the special measures tipping point was not the Tawel Fan report but a "need to act differently" due to a number of concerns including the out-ofhours GP report, maternity services and financial problems.
A GP report which was read out at the inquest said Mr Anderson had been referred to mental health teams for "severe anxiety".
Jenny Randerson's GP report is at www.welshlibdems.org.uk/documents
A GP report said he was expected to go to court shortly and had appeared "naturally anxious."
NHS Forth Valley say that one GP reported being able to get to Buchlyvie surgery courtesy of a tractor - provided by a colleague's husband.
The algorithm known as EpiDefend is a combination of fusion of data from lab-confirmed influenza cases, anonymised GP reports and other environmental data such as humidity were tested.