'Gang rapes' and long stays: That was '80s medical training

One practice that I found repugnant as a medical student in the mid-1980s was performing vaginal exams on anaesthetised women, writes GP Dr Pam Rachootin

In my surgery, I sit at my ­grandmother’s kidney-shaped wooden desk with its leather top. My view from the desk is a high window with a glass shelf, lined with patent medicine bottles of all sizes, shapes and colours.