top of page



The breadth of the scope of clinical care in general practice has often left the rather tragically lingering stereotype that GPs are the medical variety Jack of all trades and master of none. Joel Brown, family physician, combats this stereotype and offers his counter-argument.


Is a problem-solving approach to patient consultations part of the problem?

… the patient conceptualizes their problem as one the doctor needs to solve, and our failure to do this is our failure to be of any real transactional value …


Can you spot a bully?

What comes to mind when you hear the word bully? Most likely the stereotype of an older child picking on a younger child. But it's important to think of other forms, like the bullying that occurs in our workplaces. Joel Brown explores

bottom of page