Monthly Archives: August 2012

confidentiality or discretion in rural practice

I was recently asked how I was feeling by the medical receptionist when we ran into each other at our cafe. This morning the florist also asked. They didn’t have to do anything to find out I’d been in hospital, … Continue reading

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‘Desire trails’ and Health Service entry systems

In town planning the ‘desire trail’ is the track across the park made by people making their own way in the absence of, or in spite of, made pathways. After a point we tend simply to use the most obviously … Continue reading

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