Web Blocking at Work. Is it Compatible with Modern Medical Practice?

Nomadic GP

I’ll be the first to admit that I am heavily dependent on technology. My smartphone is an extension of my brain and I go into a state of confused panic when the battery goes flat or if I’m in an internet dead zone. My whole life is online; my calendar, to-do list and phone-book are on Google and I have a “paperless” home office where everything is scanned into the cloud.  I listen to music on Spotify and I watch episodes of my favourite TV programs on my tablet. Google maps is my street directory and I read books on my Kindle. Youtube has taught me how to plaster my walls,  make perfect caramel and play the guitar. I use apps to find a restaurant for dinner, track my fitness progress, jot-down notes and turn my phone into a torch when it’s dark.

It’s not just my personal life which benefits from…

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