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express
Stressed Forfar doctor faked appointments – including one for M. Mouseat Academy Street and also had external roles with the Angus Clinical Health Pa
express / Posted 6 hours ago
at Academy Street and also had external roles with the Angus Clinical Health Partnership, Royal College of GPs and the British Medical Association. You made a considerable number of admissions at the outset of this hearing He was involved in... Read more
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Channel 4 News
Hunt vs. Hawking: who’s right about the NHS?data methods in that year). And what about the types of care that are being pr
Channel 4 News / Posted 8 hours ago
data methods in that year). And what about the types of care that are being privatised? According to a 2017 report by the British Medical Association (BMA), 44 per cent of the money spent on private sector care in the NHS now goes on community... Read more
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express
Patients diagnosed using EMAILS: NHS invest in new electronic GP consultationsoption that many patients want.” However some GP’s are angry about the new sys
express / Posted 2 days ago
option that many patients want.” However some GP’s are angry about the new system. Dr Kailash Chand, Vice President of British Medical Association, said: “Medicine is not a perfect science – its about communication and probability and this... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘I’m packing my bags today’: The Irish leaving Brexit Britainleave. Britain definitely is haemorrhaging talent. We felt we had to get out.D
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
leave. Britain definitely is haemorrhaging talent. We felt we had to get out.Daniel Carry (29), committee secretary at the British Medical Association: ‘We clutch to the “special relationship” between Ireland and Britain’ Daniel Carry As an Irish... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Four GPs for 15,000 people - inquest into death of tormented man reveals the extent of the NHS crisisdoctors off becoming GPs, which has lead to a recruitment crisis. Dr Richard V
Manchester Evening News / Posted 6 days ago
doctors off becoming GPs, which has lead to a recruitment crisis. Dr Richard Vautrey, chairman of the GP committee at the British Medical Association (BMA), said: “This underfunding is an issue across the country, which we have warned about for a... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow woman left with unsightly lump on her face following botched cosmetic procedure by family GPbe found on the Morecambe Bay CCG website. "Speaking generally, there are ethi
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 8 days ago
be found on the Morecambe Bay CCG website. "Speaking generally, there are ethical guides for clinicians available from the British Medical Association and the General Medical Council. "Guidance from the BMA says, for example, that 'increasing... Read more
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Scotsman
Warning over doctor-free ‘sink holes’practice, helping to transform the way services are delivered in the community
Scotsman / Posted 8 days ago
practice, helping to transform the way services are delivered in the community – an approach that was agreed with the British Medical Association. “In this financial year, over £71m of that funding is to support general practice by improving... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Oxford Mail / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Bury Times
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Bury Times / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Gazette
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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guardian-series
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
guardian-series / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Harrow Times
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Harrow Times / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Gazette News
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Gazette News / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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This is West Country
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
This is West Country / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Bolton News
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Bolton News / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
EveningTimes Online / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Croydon Guardian / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
NHS to see ‘biggest ever’ expansion as extra doctor training places confirmedthe number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive age
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
the number of “home-grown” doctors and reduce the amount spent on expensive agency and locum doctors. Doctors from the British Medical Association (BMA) said the move was reassuring but it also warned of an immediate shortage of doctors in the... Read more
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chroniclelive
Patients forced to wait a week or more to see a GPofficial figures suggested the health service was struggling to cope with deman
chroniclelive / Posted 14 days ago
official figures suggested the health service was struggling to cope with demand. Dr Gavin Ralston, a spokesman for the British Medical Association, said: “The worsening state of general practice is a direct result of years of underinvestment,... Read more
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birminghammail
Patients forced to wait more than a week to see a GP in Birminghamofficial figures suggested the health service was struggling to cope with deman
birminghammail / Posted 14 days ago
official figures suggested the health service was struggling to cope with demand. Dr Gavin Ralston, a spokesman for the British Medical Association, said: “The worsening state of general practice is a direct result of years of underinvestment,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Call for National Health Insurance Schemeand doctors did not believe the NHS was a good idea. After the publication of
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
and doctors did not believe the NHS was a good idea. After the publication of the NHS Bill, one former chairman of the British Medical Association (BMA) compared the whole idea to a dictatorship under Hitler. Many equated the introduction of... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
South Cumbria health chiefs face 'significant pressure' to find yet more savingsBay NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Furness General Hospital, have both spoken
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Bay NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Furness General Hospital, have both spoken out in response to concerns raised by the British Medical Association last week. The doctors’ union accused health leaders in 13 areas of the country, including... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Government promises an extra 21,000 NHS mental health staffTheresa May pledged to scrap the "flawed" Mental Health Act as part a drive to
Daily Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
Theresa May pledged to scrap the "flawed" Mental Health Act as part a drive to revolutionise the sector. Spokesman for the British Medical Association, Dr Gary Wannan, said: “The government rightly recognises that mental health services will not be... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Top stories from Britain and around the world - Charlie Gard's parents prepare for final farewell after hospice movehave warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will
Manchester Evening News / Posted 24 days ago
have warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will cause uproar once revealed. The British Medical Association (BMA) says health service leaders have refused to publish details of the proposals that could... Read more
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chroniclelive
Top stories from Britain and around the world - Charlie Gard's parents prepare for final farewell after hospice movehave warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will
chroniclelive / Posted 24 days ago
have warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will cause uproar once revealed. The British Medical Association (BMA) says health service leaders have refused to publish details of the proposals that could... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
South Cumbria health cuts “shrouded in secrecy”, doctors’ union claimswhere NHS bosses have been accused of burying secret plans to make hundreds of
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 24 days ago
where NHS bosses have been accused of burying secret plans to make hundreds of millions of pounds worth of savings. The British Medical Association (BMA) has today released allegations that health leaders have refused to publish details of... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Top stories from Britain and around the world - Charlie Gard's parents prepare for final farewell after hospice movehave warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will
Reading Evening Post / Posted 24 days ago
have warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will cause uproar once revealed. The British Medical Association (BMA) says health service leaders have refused to publish details of the proposals that could... Read more
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walesonline
Top stories from Britain and around the world - Charlie Gard's parents prepare for final farewell after hospice movehave warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will
walesonline / Posted 24 days ago
have warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will cause uproar once revealed. The British Medical Association (BMA) says health service leaders have refused to publish details of the proposals that could... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Top stories from Britain and around the world - Charlie Gard's parents prepare for final farewell after hospice movehave warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will
Liverpool Echo / Posted 24 days ago
have warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will cause uproar once revealed. The British Medical Association (BMA) says health service leaders have refused to publish details of the proposals that could... Read more
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Scotsman
Failure to plan long-term has led to NHS staffing ‘crisis’of a 9.6 per cent vacancy rate – meaning more than 5,000 nursing posts unfilled
Scotsman / Posted 25 days ago
of a 9.6 per cent vacancy rate – meaning more than 5,000 nursing posts unfilled –by 2022. Dr Peter Bennie, chairman of the British Medical Association in Scotland, said the report showed that workforce planning has not worked. He added: “The high... Read more
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express
Totally SHAMBOLIC!' SNP blasted over NHS recruitment crisis crippling ScotlandScottish Government and NHS boards recognise the challenges but urgently need t
express / Posted 26 days ago
Scottish Government and NHS boards recognise the challenges but urgently need to improve Dr Peter Bennie, chair of the British Medical Association (BMA) Scotland, added: “Rising vacancy levels, a lack of effective workforce planning and an... Read more
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The Hindu
Chlorinated chickens overshadow U.S.-U.K. trade talksreflective of wider concerns about a relaxation of standards and changes as Bri
The Hindu / Posted 26 days ago
reflective of wider concerns about a relaxation of standards and changes as Britain seeks to step up trade globally. The British Medical Association and others have warned the government about the need to protect the NHS from privatisation in the... Read more
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Daily Record
Wife of Dumbarton doc stripped of practice says their lives are in turmoilMcGonagle. He dissolved that partnership on March 23 after taking legal advice
Daily Record / Posted 26 days ago
McGonagle. He dissolved that partnership on March 23 after taking legal advice from solicitors passed on to him by the British Medical Association, though he says that advice appears to be insufficient to satisfy the board. The health board,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
NHS vacancies reach record high as staff blame 'neglect from the government'in a recruitment and retention crisis which threatens patient care on a daily b
Daily Mirror / Posted 27 days ago
in a recruitment and retention crisis which threatens patient care on a daily basis." Dr Andrew Dearden, treasurer of the British Medical Association, which represents 150,000 doctors, said: “Across many parts of the NHS, recruitment and retention... Read more
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express
NHS launches nationwide review of plans to stop people visiting A&E after a man, 44, diesin March's budget, when the Chancellor said £100 million would be made availabl
express / Posted 28 days ago
in March's budget, when the Chancellor said £100 million would be made available immediately to make the change. The British Medical Association has warned that instead of relieving pressure, GPs may encourage patients to visit A&E units.... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
NHS launches review into plan to divert patients from A&E to ease pressuretriage in March's budget, when the Chancellor said £100 million would be made a
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 28 days ago
triage in March's budget, when the Chancellor said £100 million would be made available immediately to make the change. The British Medical Association has warned that instead of relieving pressure, GPs may encourage patients to visit A&... Read more
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The News and Star
NHS launches review into plan to divert patients from A&E to ease pressuretriage in March's budget, when the Chancellor said £100 million would be made a
The News and Star / Posted 28 days ago
triage in March's budget, when the Chancellor said £100 million would be made available immediately to make the change. The British Medical Association has warned that instead of relieving pressure, GPs may encourage patients to visit A&... Read more
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express
Secret government cuts ‘sound death knell for the NHS’rapid” spending cuts on debt-ridden NHS trusts will lead to cancelled operation
express / Posted 30 days ago
rapid” spending cuts on debt-ridden NHS trusts will lead to cancelled operations, redundancies and hospital closures, the British Medical Association has warned in a new report. The effects of the proposed Capped Expenditure Process could be... Read more

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