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  • Lansley 'worst health secretary' - doctors

    Andrew Lansley has been voted the worst health secretary by leading doctors and health experts. An analysis by the British Medical Journal reveals that fifty top health workers have chosen Mr Lansley as the worst health secretary in their lifetime and Aneurin Bevan the best.

Disability

Labour: Report makes depressing reading for disabled people - Kate Green

Labour press release Kate Green MP, Labour's Shadow Minister for Disabled People, responding to DisabledGo's audit of high street access for people with disabilit...

Health Professionals

Global health systems remain 'dangerously inadequate' for dealing with health emergencies like Ebola, says Committee

A press release from the International Development Committee WHO AND MEMBER COUNTRY FAILINGS MEAN GLOBAL HEALTH SYSTEMS REMAIN “DANGEROUSLY INADEQUATE” FOR DEALING...

NHS

BMJ: Andrew Lansley named as worst health secretary and Aneurin Bevan as best

The BMJ press release Andrew Lansley named as worst health secretary and Aneurin Bevan as best * BMJ questionnaire reveals top doctors’ likes and dislikes *...

Pharmaceuticals

Sarah Wollaston: Saatchi bill is a quacks' charter

Sarah Wollaston warned that Lord Saatchi's Medical Innovation Bill was unnecessary and would provide a defence for quack doctors peddling outlandish treatments, sayi...

Public Health

Global health systems remain 'dangerously inadequate' for dealing with health emergencies like Ebola, says Committee

A press release from the International Development Committee WHO AND MEMBER COUNTRY FAILINGS MEAN GLOBAL HEALTH SYSTEMS REMAIN “DANGEROUSLY INADEQUATE” FOR DEALING...

Social Care

Paul Burstow: Give some of £2bn health funding boost to social care

Paul Burstow called for some of the extra £2bn funding announced for the NHS to be distributed to social care, after criticising standards of home care. “First, w...

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