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Doctors Dissected

Saturday 9 April 2016

1 Hour


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Experienced GP and Daily Mail columnist Martin Scurr and his doctor son Cosmo Scurr discuss with psychotherapist Jane Haynes how doctors deal with life, death and the intimate details of their patients on a daily basis and how their roles are changing in the new NHS.

Haynes and Martin Scurr interviewed doctors to find out what made them join the profession and what they think of their role in the modern NHS. The result is a book, Doctors Dissected, that is both a contemplation on the changes in the NHS and an exploration of the doctor’s often difficult relationship with both the profession and patient. One of the key doctors featured in the book was Cosmo Scurr.

Haynes is a relational psychotherapist and partner in intheconsultingroom.com.  She originally trained as an actor but decided to train as a Jungian psychoanalyst after reading The Divided Self. She is also author of Who is it that can tell me who I am? The journal of a Psychotherapist. Martin Scurr has spent 40 years as a GP and writes the Ask the Doctor column for the Daily Mail. Cosmo Scurr is a fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists. He is about to take up a post as an air ambulance doctor.