Madness of NHS plan to ask patients their gender preference
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Madness of NHS plan to ask patients their gender preference

Jane Bates Ophthalmic nurse, Hampshire

Imagine the scene. You are wheezing so loudly it sounds like someone is tuning bagpipes in your chest cavity, you are coughing and your GP looks so exhausted you are not sure which of you will cry first.

Nursing Standard. 32, 13, 33-33. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.13.33.s25

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