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2014/04/19 05:20
2014/04/19 05:20
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The war of words that has broken out between the UK and Welsh Governments over the performance of the NHS in Wales is “unhelpful” for those working on the frontline, doctors have said. The British...
2014/04/19 05:20
2014/04/19 05:20
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2014/04/16 11:22
2014/04/16 11:22
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2014/04/15 05:20
2014/04/15 05:20
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... new public health bill could be a “seminal” piece of legislation that would help to deal with Wales’ ongoing challenges of high levels of ill health, a leading organisation has said. The British...
2014/04/14 15:08
2014/04/14 15:08
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The Government is facing the threat of industrial action by millions of council and health workers in bitter disputes over pay, with the first strikes in July and continuing for months, it has been...
2014/04/14 13:51
2014/04/14 13:51
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Dave Prentis, general secretary of Unison, said all the union's resources will be mobilised in any fight against the Government's decision not to agree to an across-the-board 1% wage rise in the NHS,...
2014/04/14 07:18
2014/04/14 07:18
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Monday 14th April 2014 | 00:01 BMA: Positive changes to GP contract need to be backed by investment in patient services British Medical Association press release Positive changes to the GP contract...
2014/04/13 22:38
2014/04/13 22:38
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Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, said that 1,147 surgeries covering 5.5 million patients had signed up to the plan. Originally the scheme was only due to benefit 500,000 patients. But the Department...
2014/04/11 02:09
2014/04/11 02:09
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His promise follows a campaign by Brian Connelly, the father of junior doctor Lauren Connelly, who died driving home from a night shift at Inverclyde Royal Hospital, Greenock. Dr Connelly was seven...
2014/04/07 21:53
2014/04/07 21:53
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We've all been there. Waiting to telephone for an appointment when the GP surgery finally opens. Then repeatedly ringing, only to find it's constantly engaged. Eventually being offered an appointment...
2014/04/01 16:42
2014/04/01 16:42
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Keeping our NHS fit for public’s purpose 5:00pm Tuesday 1st April 2014 in News By Oliver Evans, Health reporter, also covering Kidlington and Banbury. Call me on 01865 425271 WITH financial...
2014/04/01 14:48
2014/04/01 14:48
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March 30, 2014 Commentaries this weekend will include the first-ever meeting between US President Barrack Obama and Pope Francis. This came against the backdrop of the Ukrainian crisis and the G8,...
2014/04/01 11:20
2014/04/01 11:20
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It is a year since the policy - which sets a floor price of 50p a unit - was due to be brought in across Scotland. Despite widespread support among health professionals and police, it was immediately...
2014/04/01 05:45
2014/04/01 05:45
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THERE are still “significant challenges” to overcome in tackling Scotland’s “stubbornly persistent” health inequalities, doctors’ leaders have warned. The British Medical Association (BMA) in...
2014/03/31 01:37
2014/03/31 01:37
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Lord Warner, a minister under Tony Blair, said “our much-beloved, 65-year-old NHS no longer meets the country’s needs” and described it as “outdated, cosseted and unaffordable”. National Health...
2014/03/27 09:09
2014/03/27 09:09
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British comedy opens March 28 at Stratton in Fitchburg By Eric Stanway CORRESPONDENT Stratton Players present "Habeas Corpus," opening March 28 in the First Parish Unitarian Church in Fitchburg....
2014/03/27 09:09
2014/03/27 09:09
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FITCHBURG � Nine decades ago, Helen Stratton, head of the English Department at Fitchburg High School, had a dream of bringing theatre to Fitchburg. In the process, she created a legacy that has...
2014/03/27 06:17
2014/03/27 06:17
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It should be illegal to sell cigarettes to anyone born after the year 2000, say leading doctors who want to wipe out smoking in the UK. The radical plan – proposed by top British Medical Association...
2014/03/26 06:20
2014/03/26 06:20
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A lack of specialist treatment services to tackle childhood obesity means many are having to wait until they are adults before they receive help, an influential Assembly committee has said. A report...
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2014/03/25 13:31
2014/03/25 13:31
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Retiring north Norfolk doctor warns of GP ‘burn out’John Harris-Hall A senior doctor has warned that the NHS is facing a GP recruitment crisis because of unmanageable workloads, which has caused him...
2014/03/25 10:45
2014/03/25 10:45
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E-cigarettes are causing a storm. They have been introduced to help people give up smoking and sales have soared over the last ten years. Currently there are 1.3 million people in the UK that use the...
2014/04/19 05:20
2014/04/19 05:20
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