How patients might use good medical practice – a qualitative study

The research sought to explore the views of members of the public on the value to patients of the revised version of Good Medical Practice, the General Medical Council’s ethical guidance to doctors on the standards of behaviour expected of them. The study was a qualitative investigation involving six focus groups drawn from a cross section of the population in 3 different areas of the country. A total of forty-six participants were recruited.

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