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Urgent changes to the A&E system must be made to avoid a "collapse" in the service, medical and managers' groups have said. The College of Emergency Medicine and Foundation Trust Network put forward proposals to overhaul funding, staffing and better non-emergency services to cope with rising demand. The Health Secretary...
Health Care Professions Council press release Paramedic struck off for engaging in sexual activity on a call Paramedic John Gale has been struck off the HCPC R...
GMB press release Closures, problems with the 111 service, bed cuts, job cuts, fragmentation and privatisation are contributing to one of the biggest crises in a ...
Richard Vautrey hit out at ministers for blaming GPs for the increase in patients in hospital A&E departments. "GPs are absolutely fed up of this political ping-p...
Clare Gerada said it was not right to blame problems in A&E on GPs. "What we have to do, simplistically, actually, is to have more GPs spending longer with their ...
BMJ press release Doctors are missing coeliac disease, warns senior GP, whose daughter has the condition “As doctors, we are missing many diagnoses of coeliac ...
15/05/2013 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
15/05/2013 on Sky News
15/05/2013 on Daybreak, ITV1
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