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The Trouble with Sex: Good Practice

Synopsis

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Could you go to your doctor with a sex problem? And if you could, what reaction would you get?
Unfortunately, most medical students have no specific training to deal with sexual and sexually related difficulties. But help is available for qualified doctors who want to improve their skills in this important and sensitive area of general practice.
In this programme Peter Barrett, a GP in Nottingham who trained with the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine, shows how even a short consultation, if handled well, can be of real benefit to the patient.
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For further information, advice and useful addresses write to: [address removed]. Please enclose a 9in x 7in envelope and 24p stamp.

Contributors

Expert: Peter Barrett
Series Producer: Mike Weatherley
Producer: Frank Ash
Helen Woods: Gillian Cally
Geoff Leigh: Michael Sadler






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