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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
Oxford Mail / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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Bury Times
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
Bury Times / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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Gazette
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
Gazette / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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guardian-series
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
guardian-series / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
Greenock Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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Harrow Times
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
Harrow Times / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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Gazette News
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
Gazette News / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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This is West Country
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
This is West Country / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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Bolton News
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
Bolton News / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted an hour ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Only a third of asthma patients get basic care – charitycare and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appo
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 hours ago
care and patients should proactively manage their asthma, and attend their appointments to keep asthma attacks at bay.” An NHS England spokesman said: “GPs are best placed to provide appropriate asthma treatment and we are rolling out support to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
NHS accused of fiddling A&E figures to downplay extent of crisismapping exercise carried out just a few weeks later does not show any additiona
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
mapping exercise carried out just a few weeks later does not show any additional activity for the trust. In the letter to NHS England, Ed Humpherson, director general for regulation at the UK Statistics Authority, tells health officials that the... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
‘Risk summit’ ordered after whistleblower raises concerns about East of England Ambulance Service patient deathsIAN BURT. The claims around the East of England Ambulance Service Trust have b
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 hours ago
IAN BURT. The claims around the East of England Ambulance Service Trust have been raised with senior officials, including NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens and watchdog the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Conservative health minister Steve... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
‘Risk summit’ ordered after whistleblower raises concerns about East of England Ambulance Service patient deathsIAN BURT. The claims around the East of England Ambulance Service Trust have b
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 3 hours ago
IAN BURT. The claims around the East of England Ambulance Service Trust have been raised with senior officials, including NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens and watchdog the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Conservative health minister Steve... Read more
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guardian-series
Demand at GP surgery soars to all-time high with more than 1,300 new patients registering in first yearand is able to accept all applications from new patients living in its catchmen
guardian-series / Posted 7 hours ago
and is able to accept all applications from new patients living in its catchment area. The move, which was supported by NHS England and by NHS Waltham Forest Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), saw the Old Church Surgery Patient Participation... Read more
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Daily Echo
Calls for more women to get potentially life-saving testthe UK are diagnosed with cervical cancer and two will lose their lives to the
Daily Echo / Posted 12 hours ago
the UK are diagnosed with cervical cancer and two will lose their lives to the disease. Dr Liz Mearns, medical director at NHS England’s Southampton office said: “We have noticed a fall in attendance of younger women over the past few years, and... Read more
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This is West Country
Somerset women urged to have cervical cancer screen testto do so. And the number of women in the county getting screened for the most
This is West Country / Posted 13 hours ago
to do so. And the number of women in the county getting screened for the most common cancer is dropping, according to NHS England and Public Health England. Their figures show that of the 134,390 Somerset women who qualify for screening,... Read more
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Ekklesia
Failings in Capita's NHS support services 'have major impact on patient care'two years of operation of the Primary Care Support Service England (PCSE) by th
Ekklesia / Posted 17 hours ago
two years of operation of the Primary Care Support Service England (PCSE) by the private company Capita on behalf of NHS England, a new survey of practices and GPs by the BMA provides clear evidence of continued serious failings that are... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
NHS 111 enquiries will be handled by robots within two years, leaked report suggestsNHS 111 enquiries will be handled by robots within two years, a leaked report h
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
NHS 111 enquiries will be handled by robots within two years, a leaked report has suggested. The evaluation by NHS England says smartphones could become “the primary method of accessing health services,” with almost 16 million inquiries dealt with... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Recorder letters: Hospital pressures, political defections and fighting for green spacescare. Our top priority is providing safe care, and we have been pleased with p
Romford Recorder / Posted yesterday
care. Our top priority is providing safe care, and we have been pleased with positive feedback from recent visits by NHS England and NHS Improvement, who have said they believe we are doing just that. It is true that on that week we were... Read more
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Daily Mail
How to fight the flu and why face masks aren't so crazyless clear. It is the choice of local clinical commissioning groups who control
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
less clear. It is the choice of local clinical commissioning groups who control GP budgets as to which vaccine they buy. NHS England were unable to say which GP practices have the more expensive vaccine. Reports suggest many have opted for the... Read more
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Ekklesia
NAO report reveals dire financial position of NHS, says Nuffield Trustpressures to delivering transformation of services. The NAO has made a number
Ekklesia / Posted 2 days ago
pressures to delivering transformation of services. The NAO has made a number of recommendations to the Department, NHS England and NHS Improvement, which includes moving further and faster towards aligning nationwide incentives, regulation... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
"The Jade Goody effect is gone" - cervical cancer screenings plungeJade Goody effect has long gone.”Read More How screening works and why it matt
Liverpool Echo / Posted 2 days ago
Jade Goody effect has long gone.”Read More How screening works and why it matters Julie Kelly, Head of Public Health for NHS England in Cheshire and Merseyside, said: “There has been a fall in attendance of women across all age groups over the... Read more
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Daily Mail
SUE REID: Gleaming new NHS hospital in Calaisa room to yourself, writes SUE REID Two years ago, the Centre Hospitalier de C
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
a room to yourself, writes SUE REID Two years ago, the Centre Hospitalier de Calais signed a revolutionary agreement with NHS England It was one of only two hospitals in France to do so and is actively trying to lure NHS patients to treat Under... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
People urged to have flu jab after rise in number of deathsCumbria - but 127,000 individuals under 65 in at-risk groups are yet to be vacc
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Cumbria - but 127,000 individuals under 65 in at-risk groups are yet to be vaccinated Dr Murphy, medical director for NHS England Lancashire and South Cumbria, said the vaccination remains the ‘best possible protection’ against the flu... Read more
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Harrow Times
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) patients could get access to drug earlier than expectedto crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute
Harrow Times / Posted 3 days ago
to crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), NHS England and pharmaceutical company Biogen has been welcomed by charities including Muscular Dystrophy UK, SMA Support UK,... Read more
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Bolton News
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) patients could get access to drug earlier than expectedto crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute
Bolton News / Posted 3 days ago
to crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), NHS England and pharmaceutical company Biogen has been welcomed by charities including Muscular Dystrophy UK, SMA Support UK,... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) patients could get access to drug earlier than expectedto crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
to crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), NHS England and pharmaceutical company Biogen has been welcomed by charities including Muscular Dystrophy UK, SMA Support UK,... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) patients could get access to drug earlier than expectedto crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 3 days ago
to crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), NHS England and pharmaceutical company Biogen has been welcomed by charities including Muscular Dystrophy UK, SMA Support UK,... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) patients could get access to drug earlier than expectedto crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 3 days ago
to crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), NHS England and pharmaceutical company Biogen has been welcomed by charities including Muscular Dystrophy UK, SMA Support UK,... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) patients could get access to drug earlier than expectedto crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute
EveningTimes Online / Posted 3 days ago
to crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), NHS England and pharmaceutical company Biogen has been welcomed by charities including Muscular Dystrophy UK, SMA Support UK,... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) patients could get access to drug earlier than expectedto crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute
Croydon Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
to crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), NHS England and pharmaceutical company Biogen has been welcomed by charities including Muscular Dystrophy UK, SMA Support UK,... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) patients could get access to drug earlier than expectedto crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 days ago
to crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), NHS England and pharmaceutical company Biogen has been welcomed by charities including Muscular Dystrophy UK, SMA Support UK,... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) patients could get access to drug earlier than expectedto crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
to crawl and even walk. A proposed interim scheme from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), NHS England and pharmaceutical company Biogen has been welcomed by charities including Muscular Dystrophy UK, SMA Support UK,... Read more
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Gazette News
Whistleblower claims ambulance delay caused 20 deathsmonitor our demand and capacity and take necessary actions to protect patients,
Gazette News / Posted 3 days ago
monitor our demand and capacity and take necessary actions to protect patients, working closely with NHS Improvement and NHS England. The trust has a robust internal process and we are investigating appropriately. “Since Christmas we have... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Flu reaches epidemic levels in parts of UK as Japanese strain dominatespandemic year of 2009”. He stressed that the current national levels have not
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
pandemic year of 2009”. He stressed that the current national levels have not crossed the epidemic threshold. An NHS England spokesperson said: “Young children, who are most likely to spread flu, are now given the quadrivalent vaccine,... Read more
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Ipswich Star
West Suffolk Hospital temporarily closes A&E to ambulances amid winter pressuresprovided West Suffolk Hospital with up to £785,000 to help cope with the winter
Ipswich Star / Posted 4 days ago
provided West Suffolk Hospital with up to £785,000 to help cope with the winter surge. New figures released today by NHS England show pressure on hospitals across the region is not easing. During the second week of January, 338 out of 1,594... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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The News and Star
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
The News and Star / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
Whitehaven News / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
People urged to have the jab as flu cases riseas numbers of people experiencing flu symptoms in the area continue to rise. Dr
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
as numbers of people experiencing flu symptoms in the area continue to rise. Dr Kieran Murphy, Medical Director for NHS England warned that people with long-term conditions such as asthma, heart-disease and diabetes are particularly at risk... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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Bury Times
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
Bury Times / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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Gazette
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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guardian-series
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
guardian-series / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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Harrow Times
Cold weather puts further strain on emergency services as flu deaths riseshow there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Sepa
Harrow Times / Posted 4 days ago
show there were 17 flu-related deaths during the second week of the year. Separate statistics released on Thursday by NHS England show there were 12,600 ambulance delays of more than 30 minutes this week, down from 16,700 last week. Of these,... Read more
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