Healthcare professionals across the nation are constantly looking for new ways to engage with patients. With pushes from the Affordable Care Act for increased patient engagement and the rapidly growing use of digital outlets by individuals today, it’s no surprise that front-line health professionals are interested in online usage by patients. 204 more words
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Guidance set out by the British HIV Association (BHIVA), British Infection Society (BIS) and the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) recommends that in areas of the UK where more than two in every 1,000 people have HIV, medical professionals should offer every patient who comes into a hospital a test, and GPs should offer one when people register with them. 408 more words
To the volunteers and staff at Dorset Cancer Advocacy who are offering peer advocacy support to older people affected by cancer, in order to give them ‘voice, choice and control’, it is very clear why our working in partnership with health professionals would benefit patients. 248 more words
Like the TFSA and RRSP, the professional corporation is an important tool for investing and saving. By incorporating your practice or business and investing unused funds within the corporation, you will end up with significantly more money in the future than if you did all your investing personally. 731 more words
I’m talking more specifically about the situation of the osteopathic profession here in Canada, where osteopathy is not yet a recognized profession so anyone can call themselves an osteopath and open a school as there are no formal structures regulating osteopathic practice… Just here in Quebec, there are 29 schools offering osteopathy programs! 860 more words
A doctor under investigation by the General Medical Council after circumcising a child says he is resigning from the NHS.
Dr Muhamad Siddiqui, a hospital surgeon, had conditions imposed on his GMC registration after a complaint by the parents of the toddler. 367 more words
Patients are going to their GP with concerns over their oral health when they should be going to their dentist, a poll suggests.
It found 87% of 1,000 GPs surveyed by ComRes, felt under pressure from the number of patients with worries including toothaches or ulcers. 182 more words