Patients' perceptions of entitlement to time in general practice consultations for depression: qualitative study.

@article{Pollock2002PatientsPO,
  title={Patients' perceptions of entitlement to time in general practice consultations for depression: qualitative study.},
  author={Kristian Pollock and Janet C Grime},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2002},
  volume={325 7366},
  pages={687}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate patients' perceptions of entitlement to time in general practice consultations for depression. DESIGN Qualitative study based on interviews with patients with mild to moderate depression. SETTING Eight general practices in the West Midlands and the regional membership of the Depression Alliance. PARTICIPANTS 32 general practice patients and 30 respondents from the Depression Alliance. RESULTS An intense sense of time pressure and a self imposed rationing of time… CONTINUE READING

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