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A General Practitioner is a qualified medical doctor who provides continuing care for a community. While their knowledge is not necessarily specific, it is extensive over the whole of the medical spectrum. They tend to be a patient’s first call of contact whether seeing them in the surgery, doing home visits, or in care homes.
Their time is limited but must be targeted; whilst diagnosing illnesses and recommending a course of treatment, the GP is required to take into account emotional, physical, and social factors in order to provide a holistic approach. A GP will have sound knowledge of care systems from children through to the elderly.
The expertise of a GP is often required in court cases where they take on the role of GP expert witness. The instruction of a GP expert witness will often be for cases of road traffic accidents. In these cases, the GP expert witness will produce reports from an in-depth examination of a variety of symptoms and injuries including whiplash, bruises, soft tissue injuries, lacerations, abrasions, and a large spectrum of psychological trauma that the accident has triggered such as shock and situational anxiety.
Additionally, a GP expert witness may be called upon for accidents at work, mal-practice in aesthetic treatments, adverse responses to medication and missed or misdiagnosis or where the wrong medication has been provided.