What makes a good GP ?

What makes a good GP for a person
 with Severe ME?

One who is :


  • Medically aware.
  • Knows ME is a neurological disease.
  • Willing to listen.
  • Willing to support.
  • Willing to visit at home.
  • Respectful of hypersensitivity issues, taking them into account, for example noise sensitivity, light sensitivity,touch sensitivity, drug sensitivity.
  • Flexible.
  • Willing to try and proactively find out what is really going on in your body.
  • Aware of the psychiatric misrepresentation and misinterpretation of ME and therefore is not wrongly influenced by inaccurate, misrepresentative reports from unaware practitioners.
  • Understanding.
  • Kind.
  • Attentive.
  • Genuinely concerned.

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