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GP's final column discusses 'bollocksology' and cherishing thank-you cards

A BMJ columnist has wrapped up her final column for the journal with musings on life as a GP, including advice to doctors to call out ‘bollocksology’, that appalling workloads won't be cured by resilience and why you should cherish all your thank-you cards.

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In her last ‘No holds barred’ column, Glasgow GP and blogger Dr Margaret McCartney has summarised four-and-a-half years into one column, providing 36 points on life and medicine, which she describes as a tough, unglamorous but "absolutely brilliant" job.

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