Professor Sir Muir Gray, who’s on The College of Medicine’s Scientific Advisory Council, has revealed his advice on what patients should be asking their doctors to make the most of a short appointment time.
Sir Muir, who is a director at GHS, a platform for tracking physical, emotional and cognitive health, shared the advice with MailOnline, offering six key questions that could help empower patients when they have just a short time to discuss their health with a GP.
Among the questions Sir Muir said patients should prepare an answer for, to help both themselves and over-stretched practitioners get the best outcome, were:
- When did it start?
- What have you tried?
- Does anything make it better or worse?
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