Should patients record meetings with doctors?
« on: August 04, 2017, 07:44:17 pm »
Should patients set their smartphones on record before meeting with their doctors? Interesting. Here’s an article about it…
Is this a way to keep doctors honest? Or will it just shut them up to the point where they can’t do their jobs? Is it even legal to record a meeting with your doctor without first informing them?
Reminds me of the guy who left his phone on record while he was unconscious during a colonoscopy and recorded the doctor and attendants crudely mocking him. He was awarded $500,000 by a jury.
I wonder how many of us have been mocked by the professionals we see? Well, what we don’t know will never hurt us, I guess.
These people should definitely go to jail for a long time.
I’m more than angry at these so called, doctors.. my doctor was an addictions specialist too.. I think they specialize in getting people addicted!
- Legal drug dealers, that’s what they are!
I’m mad too.
- I went to the best doc of my city.
I was diagnosed with major depression and he gav me escitalopram + benzos when I was under benzo WD without have any ideia ? ? ?
I had hallucinations, etc
I should know, I’m a clinical psychologist
Vent: My old psychiatrist should be in jail
« on: April 19, 2017, 05:15:25 am »
Sorry if this is in the wrong place, I’m just having a hard time accepting the fact that NOBODY TOLD ME QUITTING KLONOPIN WOULD BE THIS HARD
Also- WHAT KIND OF “ADDICTION PSYCHIATRIST” STARTS A NEW PATIENT (me) ON 4mg KLONOPIN DAILY BECAUSE SHE HAD A BREAKDOWN… WHAT KIND OF DOCTOR RENEWS THAT RX FOR 2+ YEARS???
A doctor that prefers cash
The same doctor that has been prescribing my dad klonopin for the last 12 years when my dad is a very obvious alcoholic.
“People […] in from all over the country to see me”- yeah, because you are their dealer…
My new doctor, the one who insisted I taper off, did not believe my former dose. I had to bring in an RX bottle.