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A group of general practitioners in active practice were asked to report how they preferred to manage the symptoms of vaginal discharge presented by a woman in her twenties. Subsequently the same practitioners reported their management of such patients in their practice.
A shortfall was found for all practitioners between their declared intention and their actual practice.
This method of analysis offers a way of working towards a consensus in clinical care and also of auditing medical performance in general practice.