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CPR for the NHS (9): Finale - putting 'Health' back into the NHS

 Right care, right place, right  time,  by the right person.

The NHS does many things incredibly well. Quite rightly, public health care in the UK is the envy of many countries. 1,450 more words


Surviving prostate cancer would be great, but surviving and living would be better.

When do you become a cancer “survivor”? That was the question posed in an online forum where the contributors were discussing “survivorship” in the context of prostate cancer. 994 more words



BDO are launching a new management consulting graduate scheme and applications are now open.

Successful applicants will have the opportunity to work with the local government team as well as our central government team, the healthcare advisory team and international projects group. 606 more words

Local Government

Hospitals, Holidays, and Hoopla!

Hello Chroniclers!

Happy St. George’s Day!

Well, what a week for us! Libby decided we needed to go visit the hospital last week… She’s OK. 538 more words

My mother died in the Royal Free Hospital 2008. Please read what has happened since

My mother died at the Royal Free Hospital in 2008. In the letter after her death the Royal Free Hospital stated “However, as a result of this complaint, we have reviewed our procedures” 58 more words

On an encounter in a hospital waiting room

The young woman was sitting in a wheelchair in the neurology waiting room today when we returned there after R had been weighed (she’s losing weight now; one more thing to worry about). 467 more words

The end is nigh for the NHS

As the government in England and Wales appoint the CEO of an American health care provider to look after the NHS, could this spell the end of the NHS? 340 more words