As a GP curious about consulting styles, I find it very interesting to see how some of my colleagues consult. Not only that, how do they view their own styles and are they happy with that? In 'Slow GPs', 5 GPs share their views on running consultations over-time and how this affects their day. There are useful insights for GPs on how what delays or slows a consult, and some of them are quite unexpected. There is no judgement on the 'right' or 'wrong' way to consult, neither should there be. However we should be aware of the impact the late running of a surgery has on ourselves, staff, fellow GPs and the patients. This is the first book of its type I have seen and I look forward to reading more. It is short and to the point, and is well worth an hour of your time.