Beware the dangers and pitfalls of medical reports

When accessing a person's health for a third party, it is essential that GPs keep to GMC guidelines to avoid potential problems, says Dr Chris Godeseth.

by Dr Chris Godeseth
GPs asked to provide medical reports have long been the subject of statutory safeguards on accuracy and confidentiality (Photograph: JH Lancy)
GPs asked to provide medical reports have long been the subject of statutory safeguards on accuracy and confidentiality (Photograph: JH Lancy)

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