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Sharp rise in long hospital wait times

12th May 2017

Such Analysis and Studies have been making rounds every now and then and there is nothing new in it. Every time a fresh analysis is carried out, it givess result which say that the already painful and troubling waiting time has further increased. But what can really be done for reducing it? ...

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... It seems, one

MIKHAN KHAN

HIV drug improvements

12th May 2017

A very encouraging Study and a matter of great satisfaction for the HIV inflicted patients and their families.

MIKHAN KHAN

Urgent action needed on public health

12th May 2017

The BMA has given a set of some good suggestions to improve the health system by the NHS and the Government and has also suggested that there should not be any cuts in the health system. This matter of public health and the NHS, it seems, is a complex one and involves not ...

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... one or two components but a plethora of ills.

Anonymous

A&E scorecard to be launched

10th May 2017

A good measure.

MIKHAN KHAN

Trust to outsource treatments

9th May 2017

A very large backlog indeed. It to be hoped that the proposed outsourcing of ophthalmology work will clear this backlog at the soonest.

MIKHAN KHAN

Smoking in new council homes may be banned

9th May 2017

A very welcome proposal. It should be implemented in the interest of public health, specially that of the children.

MIKHAN KHAN

Lift pay cap for NHS staff

8th May 2017

It is imperative that the NHS staff should be paid adequately else a discontented staff will instinctively be NOT able to support their Units and patients as much as they ought to.

MIKHAN KHAN

Recall to 400 patients treated by HIV doctor

7th May 2017

Though the recall looks alarming, fortunately transmission of the virus between the infected doctor and the patients treated did not take place.

MIKHAN KHAN

Blood test could help target prostate cancer treatment

7th May 2017

Good. It is hoped that the test will be available for the patients at the earliest.

MIKHAN KHAN

Junior doctors get whistleblowing protection

5th May 2017

It will, no doubt, encourage them. But it is hoped that
Junior Doctors will not take undue advantage of this protection.

MIKHAN KHAN

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Urgent action needed on public health

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Doctors' leaders warn the UK is facing a public health 'ticking time bomb'.

HIV drug improvements

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Study finds young people on latest HIV drugs can have a near-normal life expectancy.

Sharp rise in long hospital wait times

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An analysis has shown hospital waiting times in England have deteriorated.

A&E scorecard to be launched

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An accident and emergency scorecard will rate hospitals' performance.

Smoking in new council homes may be banned

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A UK public health expert has said smoking could be banned in new council homes to protect children's health.

Lift pay cap for NHS staff

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NHS bosses say pay cap for NHS staff puts patients at risk and causes severe recruitment and retention problems in England.

Trust to outsource treatments

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Inadequate trust to outsource ophthalmology work to clear backlog of almost 900 patients.

Psychology should be offered at medical schools

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Medical schools are urged to promote psychology.

Junior doctors get whistleblowing protection

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Junior doctors granted new whistleblowing protection after HEE loses court case.

Blood test could help target prostate cancer treatment

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Blood test developed that could help target treatment for advanced prostate cancer.

Recall to 400 patients treated by HIV doctor

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Recall of 400 patients treated by a locum doctor who was diagnosed with HIV.

Trusts struggling to get out of special measures

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HSJ reveal four in five trusts are remaining in special measures for longer than 12 months.

Shortfall of 42,000 nurses by 2020 in England

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According to an analysis the NHS in England could face a shortfall of 42,000 nurses by 2020.

Cancer Drugs Fund criticised

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UK researchers say the Cancer Drugs Fund in England was a 'huge waste of money'.

Child health services under increasing pressure

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A report shows gaps in paediatric rotas, poor planning and demoralised workforce are putting child health under pressure and jeopardising quality of care.

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