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2015/05/20 18:13
2015/05/20 18:13
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David Cameron promises an additional £8 billion per year by 2020, while conveniently ignoring the fact that this is the bare minimum needed for the NHS and that the health service is facing a funding...
2015/05/20 18:13
2015/05/20 18:13
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2015/05/19 20:47
2015/05/19 20:47
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Dr Mark Sanford-Wood, a GP in Braunton, North Devon, who sits on the GP committee of the British Medical Association, said under-funded practices were struggling to provide a "safe and quality...
2015/05/19 09:24
2015/05/19 09:24
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Oxford University will avoid direct investment in coal and oil sands companies. Photo: Oxford University Images Oxford University said it would curb some of the most polluting fossil fuel-related...
2015/05/19 05:41
2015/05/19 05:41
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HEALTH experts in Oxfordshire are not convinced by Government plans for the world’s “first country to deliver a truly seven-day NHS”. In his first major speech since the election, Prime Minister...
2015/05/18 23:10
2015/05/18 23:10
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BOOST: In his first big speech since the election, Mr Cameron promised to hire 5,000 more doctors to boost the NHS [PA] The PM’s radical plan means sick people could walk into doctors’ surgeries any...
2015/05/18 12:37
2015/05/18 12:37
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The Health Secretary accused the Royal College of Nursing of “jumping the gun” on the basis that the government had drawn up its final proposals yet. “It is ridiculous, jumping the gun. We have not...
2015/05/18 11:13
2015/05/18 11:13
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Ramadi has been fought over for weeks, yet when the Iraqi police and military abandoned it, it seems it was partly as a result of running out of ammunition. This is remarkable for a city of its size...
2015/05/17 23:37
2015/05/17 23:37
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In what he called “a strong warning to the Secretary of State”, Dr Peter Carter, the general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing, told The Independent that any “attacks on unsocial hours or...
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2015/05/16 23:37
2015/05/16 23:37
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Junior doctors say hospitals up and down the country routinely ignore their requests for leave to attend “life events”, such as weddings, and often give young doctors little more than a week’s notice...
2015/05/13 19:57
2015/05/13 19:57
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London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine divests from coal companies LSHTM is the fourth university in the UK to have committed to some form of fossil fuel divestment, following Glasgow,...
2015/05/12 06:43
2015/05/12 06:43
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Dr Ian Campbell, GP at Park House Medical Centre in Carlton, says you can't separate politics from health issues. More than once in recent weeks I've heard commentators state that we "shouldn't make...
2015/05/12 03:59
2015/05/12 03:59
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Reforms to GPs' working practices in 2004 corresponded with a rise in potentially avoidable emergency admissions for children , a study has found. Researchers at Imperial College London said the...
2015/05/10 07:51
2015/05/10 07:51
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He’s struggling to cope with the constant and unrelenting pressure of his job, alongside the increasing workload and unnecessary targets he has to meet. At his worst point, he was unable to get out...
2015/05/08 09:28
2015/05/08 09:28
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Medicinal Marijuana Should Be Researched, Not LegalisedFriday, 8 May 2015, 9:20 pmPress Release: Family First New ZealandMedicinal Marijuana Should Be Researched, Not LegalisedFamily First NZ says...
2015/05/07 22:10
2015/05/07 22:10
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NOT SO MINOR: Doctors could charge for small operations [GETTY] Some ops that have been free are now being restricted as the NHS tightens its purse strings. But some senior GPs are calling for...
2015/05/06 19:48
2015/05/06 19:48
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BHP Billiton likely to be among companies given a warning by Norway. Photo: Reuters The world biggest sovereign wealth fund's decision to ask top mining companies about the possibility of spinning...
2015/05/06 07:24
2015/05/06 07:24
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Doing private work as well as NHS work directly is "unethical" and negatively affects the quality of care that doctors give patients - as such it shouldn't be allowed, says one senior doctor. Writing...
2015/05/06 00:34
2015/05/06 00:34
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There’s been shock and dismay in the Australian health and medical community over the news that leading medical academic Stephen Leeder was sacked as editor-in-chief of the Medical Journal of...
2015/05/05 15:17
2015/05/05 15:17
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A doctor is the bookies’ favourite to unseat Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt with a Lib Dem chief urging party supporters to back her. Dr Irvine, a GP in Lewisham, South East London, led the successful...
2015/05/04 15:19
2015/05/04 15:19
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A huge number of disabled, sick and vulnerable people took their lives due to savage Tory benefits cuts, campaigners have warned. And they believe even more will suffer and die if David Cameron wins...
2015/05/20 18:13
2015/05/20 18:13
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