The general health questionnaire is not the most accurate way of measuring stress

We reserve the right to edit letters. The article on stress in general practice ('All stressed up and nowhere to go', features, pages 2829, 15 June) made interesting reading. However, readers could be misled into thinking that work in general practice is more stressful than it actually is.

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