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Manila Bulletin
Researchers use VR experience to treat anxietynew ways to make use of the VR experience aside from its passive viewing and ga
Researchers use VR experience to treat anxiety
Manila Bulletin / Posted 4 minutes ago
new ways to make use of the VR experience aside from its passive viewing and game playing. Some of the brightest minds at Oxford University are now looking at using virtual reality to treat and help people who are suffering from anxiety disorders.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
We Won't Go to Polls If Electoral Body Is Not Reformed - Odingafrom Somalia within a year of taking office. Mr Odinga and Hasan were joined b
We Won't Go to Polls If Electoral Body Is Not Reformed - Odinga
AllAfrica.com / Posted 55 minutes ago
from Somalia within a year of taking office. Mr Odinga and Hasan were joined by a panel of experts: Nic Cheeseman, professor at Oxford University; Ms Agnes Gitau, a trade and investment adviser; and Mr Parselelo Kantai, editor of The New A... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Oxford bidding to bounce back in Home Counties Premier League under new captain John Barrettskipper the side after taking over from Ian Crosby. The change in captaincy is
Oxford bidding to bounce back in Home Counties Premier League under new captain John Barrett
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
skipper the side after taking over from Ian Crosby. The change in captaincy is not the only alteration at the club, with Oxford University Press’s Jordan Hill Sports Ground becoming their new home. With the closure of Oxford Sports & Social... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
London Scottish: Busy week for exiles as three new faces sign onPeter Richards this week acquired the services of London Irish lock Eoin Sherri
London Scottish: Busy week for exiles as three new faces sign on
Kingston Guardian / Posted 5 hours ago
Peter Richards this week acquired the services of London Irish lock Eoin Sherriff, London Welsh scrum half Ed Hoadley and Oxford University fly half George Cullen. Sherriff, 27, played 11 times for Saracens in a two-year spell at the Premiership... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
London Scottish: Busy week for exiles as three new faces sign onPeter Richards this week acquired the services of London Irish lock Eoin Sherri
London Scottish: Busy week for exiles as three new faces sign on
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 6 hours ago
Peter Richards this week acquired the services of London Irish lock Eoin Sherriff, London Welsh scrum half Ed Hoadley and Oxford University fly half George Cullen. Sherriff, 27, played 11 times for Saracens in a two-year spell at the Premiership... Read more
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J Weekly
Struggles recounted in reclaiming looted art, booksfor My Family’s Art Treasures Stolen by the Nazis” by Simon Goodman (368 pages,
Struggles recounted in reclaiming looted art, books
J Weekly / Posted 10 hours ago
for My Family’s Art Treasures Stolen by the Nazis” by Simon Goodman (368 pages, Scribner) “The Archive Thief: The Man Who Salvaged French Jewish History in the Wake of the Holocaust” by Lisa Moses Leff (286 pages, Oxford University Press)C... Read more
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express
Black student who refused to tip white waitress will STAY at Oxford because of FREE SPEECHwill STAY at Oxford because of FREE SPEECH A BLACK activist who refused to tip
Black student who refused to tip white waitress will STAY at Oxford because of FREE SPEECH
express / Posted 11 hours ago
will STAY at Oxford because of FREE SPEECH A BLACK activist who refused to tip a white waitress will not be suspended by Oxford University - because they say it was acceptable under FREE SPEECH. Ntokozo Qwabe, right, refused to tip Ashleigh... Read more
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CNBC
VR is being used to help cure paranoiaA team of researchers at Oxford University have used virtual reality (VR) devic
VR is being used to help cure paranoia
CNBC / Posted 13 hours ago
A team of researchers at Oxford University have used virtual reality (VR) devices to help treat patients suffering from paranoia, in a further demonstration of how VR technology could help health care. Thirty patients took part in the study, which... Read more
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The News-Times
These Are the 8 Dumbest Research Studies of 2016 (So Far)As for Batman, the jury’s still out.2. Most of your Facebook friends are not re
These Are the 8 Dumbest Research Studies of 2016 (So Far)
The News-Times / Posted 14 hours ago
As for Batman, the jury’s still out.2. Most of your Facebook friends are not really your friends. A study done by an Oxford University professor of more than 3,300 Facebook users in the UK concluded that there were only 4.1 “dependable”... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
These Are the 8 Dumbest Research Studies of 2016 (So Far)As for Batman, the jury’s still out.2. Most of your Facebook friends are not re
These Are the 8 Dumbest Research Studies of 2016 (So Far)
Stamford Advocate / Posted 15 hours ago
As for Batman, the jury’s still out.2. Most of your Facebook friends are not really your friends. A study done by an Oxford University professor of more than 3,300 Facebook users in the UK concluded that there were only 4.1 “dependable”... Read more
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Connecticut Post
These Are the 8 Dumbest Research Studies of 2016 (So Far)As for Batman, the jury’s still out.2. Most of your Facebook friends are not re
These Are the 8 Dumbest Research Studies of 2016 (So Far)
Connecticut Post / Posted 15 hours ago
As for Batman, the jury’s still out.2. Most of your Facebook friends are not really your friends. A study done by an Oxford University professor of more than 3,300 Facebook users in the UK concluded that there were only 4.1 “dependable”... Read more
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Mashable
Virtual reality may be useful for treating patients with anxietyclinical anxiety disorders, ranging from generalized anxiety disorder to social
Virtual reality may be useful for treating patients with anxiety
Mashable / Posted 16 hours ago
clinical anxiety disorders, ranging from generalized anxiety disorder to social anxiety and even paranoia. Researchers at Oxford University asked 30 patients who suffer from persecutory delusions — an extreme version of paranoid thoughts — to... Read more
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New York Post
Racist Rhodes jackass boasts about making white waitress cryA controversial Oxford University Rhodes scholar is in hot water after cheerful
Racist Rhodes jackass boasts about making white waitress cry
New York Post / Posted 17 hours ago
A controversial Oxford University Rhodes scholar is in hot water after cheerfully recounting how he and his chums made a waitress cry “typical white tears,” the website Heat Street reports. South African student Ntokozo Qwabe is a leader of the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Oxford University rejects call for expulsion of Rhodes Must Fall scholarSouth African social worker based in London, started the change.org petition wi
Oxford University rejects call for expulsion of Rhodes Must Fall scholar
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
South African social worker based in London, started the change.org petition with an open letter to Louise Richardson, the Oxford University vice-chancellor. “Mr Ntokozo Qwabe and friend violated a person’s dignity, publicly degraded and... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Jewish leaders call for UK’s Labour Party to act on anti-Semitism ‘cancer’- from its high-profile former London mayor Ken Livingstone, who said Adolf Hit
Jewish leaders call for UK’s Labour Party to act on anti-Semitism ‘cancer’
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 17 hours ago
- from its high-profile former London mayor Ken Livingstone, who said Adolf Hitler had supported Zionism, to students at Oxford University. This has fanned concern among Jewish communities already alarmed at increasing levels of hate... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Virtual reality can help treat severe paranoiashowed “major reductions” in their paranoia after just one 30 minute virtual re
Virtual reality can help treat severe paranoia
Wakefield Today / Posted 17 hours ago
showed “major reductions” in their paranoia after just one 30 minute virtual reality session. The study, conducted by Oxford University researchers, combines psychological treatment techniques with state-of-the-art virtual reality social... Read more
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Daily Mail
Rita Ora's cousin breaks silence over Jay Z rumoursstudent Dorotea was eager to catch a glimpse of her when she visited the UK to
Rita Ora's cousin breaks silence over Jay Z rumours
Daily Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
student Dorotea was eager to catch a glimpse of her when she visited the UK to represent Kosovo during a conference at Oxford University. But once inside the X-Factor studio, she felt too far removed from the judges table to dare make an... Read more
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International Business Times
Cecil Rhodes row: It's impossible for a black person to be racist towards a white one barriers to a more just world is a shortage of basic understanding around some
Cecil Rhodes row: It's impossible for a black person to be racist towards a white one
International Business Times / Posted 20 hours ago
barriers to a more just world is a shortage of basic understanding around some of society's most important issues. Oxford University student and co-founder of Rhodes Must Fall in Oxford, Ntokozo Qwabe, was recently caught in a media... Read more
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International Business Times
Virtual reality can help treat severe paranoia and phobias, Oxford study says severe paranoia by helping people face their fears and "re-learn" that situatio
Virtual reality can help treat severe paranoia and phobias, Oxford study says
International Business Times / Posted 20 hours ago
severe paranoia by helping people face their fears and "re-learn" that situations they worry about are actually safe, an Oxford University study claims. In the study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, researchers have found that... Read more
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Newham Recorder
Forest Gate school in national debate finalbeen crowned the best in London. The five-strong team came out on top after 16
Forest Gate school in national debate final
Newham Recorder / Posted 21 hours ago
been crowned the best in London. The five-strong team came out on top after 16 weeks of competitions and will now head to Oxford University to compete in the national final next month. The University of East London played host to the regional... Read more
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The Forward
British Jews Call for Action on Labour’s Anti-Semitic ‘Cancer’- from its high-profile former London mayor Ken Livingstone, who said Adolf Hit
British Jews Call for Action on Labour’s Anti-Semitic ‘Cancer’
The Forward / Posted 22 hours ago
- from its high-profile former London mayor Ken Livingstone, who said Adolf Hitler had supported Zionism, to students at Oxford University. This has fanned concern among Jewish communities already alarmed at increasing levels of hate... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Free-speech Oxford won't punish student in tip furoredisciplinary action against him had garnered more than 36000 signatures by yest
Free-speech Oxford won't punish student in tip furore
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted yesterday
disciplinary action against him had garnered more than 36000 signatures by yesterday afternoon. But a spokesman for Oxford University said the institution encouraged freedom of speech, however offensive it might be. "Our duty of care to all... Read more
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CNET
VR headsets can be used to help cure paranoia, study showsBut it's not just consumers who are seeing what the nascent platform can do, bu
VR headsets can be used to help cure paranoia, study shows
CNET / Posted yesterday
But it's not just consumers who are seeing what the nascent platform can do, but academics as well. A study from Oxford University has found that VR can be used to help the 1 to 2 percent of the population that it says lives with severe... Read more
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CNBC
Harvard retains top spot as Oxbridge slips in university rankingswebsite. The top ten most prestigious universities are mainly located in the U
Harvard retains top spot as Oxbridge slips in university rankings
CNBC / Posted yesterday
website. The top ten most prestigious universities are mainly located in the U.S., although both Cambridge University and Oxford University in the U.K. made the cut, albeit slipping from rankings two and three to four and five,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers detect five new genes that increase endometrial cancer risk in womencancer in UK women, with around 9,000 new cases being diagnosed each year. Res
Researchers detect five new genes that increase endometrial cancer risk in women
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
cancer in UK women, with around 9,000 new cases being diagnosed each year. Researchers at the University of Cambridge, Oxford University and QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in Brisbane studied the DNA of over 7,000 women with... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
English malaise stirs yearning for divorce from European Unionprogressive identity. There is a lingering fear that if this becomes political
English malaise stirs yearning for divorce from European Union
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
progressive identity. There is a lingering fear that if this becomes political it's right-wing and reactionary," he said. Oxford University historian Timothy Garton Ash wrote in an article marking St George's Day last month that there was "an... Read more
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Daily Mail
Heart bypass patients told to stop taking statins before operationsare not already taking the drugs to be given them before surgery, and for a few
Heart bypass patients told to stop taking statins before operations
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
are not already taking the drugs to be given them before surgery, and for a few days afterwards. But a new study led by Oxford University found that giving daily doses of statins before and after heart surgery does not prevent heart muscle... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Lanesborough Republican Canning launches campaign for Massachusetts SenateWest Virginia University in foreign language and linguistics. She also studied
Lanesborough Republican Canning launches campaign for Massachusetts Senate
Berkshire Eagle / Posted yesterday
West Virginia University in foreign language and linguistics. She also studied at the University of Cambridge, England, Oxford University, England, and Salzburg College in Austria. Those announcing their candidacy for the Democratic nomination... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Study shows virtual reality helps fearcan help people to face their fears and see that situations they worry about ar
Study shows virtual reality helps fear
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
can help people to face their fears and see that situations they worry about are actually safe, researchers from Oxford University said. The finding could lead to treatment advancements for people suffering with severe paranoia. The... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Harrow Times
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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This is West Country
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Gazette News
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Bolton News
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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heraldscotland
Holyrood's new faces: Land reform campaigner Andy Wightman hopes to make his case as an MSPpowers of the parliament to achieve a radical transformation". His only daught
Holyrood's new faces: Land reform campaigner Andy Wightman hopes to make his case as an MSP
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
powers of the parliament to achieve a radical transformation". His only daughter, Isla, recently started a Green group at Oxford University, where she is studying music. The 19-year-old will be attending tonight's count and is "excited" at the... Read more
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heraldscotland
Andy Wightman may be a new face for the Scottish Greens but he is no stranger to Holyroodpowers of the parliament to achieve a radical transformation”. His only daught
Andy Wightman may be a new face for the Scottish Greens but he is no stranger to Holyrood
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
powers of the parliament to achieve a radical transformation”. His only daughter, Isla, recently started a Green group at Oxford University, where she is studying music. The 19-year-old will be attending tonight’s count and is “excited” at the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Northern Echo
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Northern Echo / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Kingston Guardian / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Streatham Guardian / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Bury Times
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Bury Times / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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Gazette
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
Gazette / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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guardian-series
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on wor
Health chiefs 'failed to spot growing GPs crisis'
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
data on rising GP workload has just been published in The Lancet drawing on work commissioned by NHS England from Oxford University." Katherine Murphy, chief executive of the Patients Association, added: "It is vital that efforts are now... Read more
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