You are an FY2 Doctor who has just started their General Practice rotation. Your colleague who did the post previously warns you not to seek advice from Dr Roberts, who is known to get particularly annoyed at juniors for disturbing them during their surgery.
You want to create a good first impression but find that during your first morning surgery Dr Roberts is listed as your supervisor for any queries.
You want to exclude an ankle fracture in your second patient and are unsure which radiology form to use. The local hospital operates a limited walk in service for patients with a GP X-ray form.
Choose the three most appropriate actions to take in this situation.