Unknown to the man on the street the NHS is currently undergoing a program of radical reforms with the integration of heath and social care services and personalisation of services all designed to provide “better care”. 710 more words
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Health boards collectively spend about £3.7m a year on the internal departments, including paying salaries of full-time “generic” NHS chaplains who are tasked with providing support to all who ask for it. 193 more words
Psychiatry and sex have gone hand in hand ever since Freud announced that men were still hankering after mummy’s teats and women went mental because they didn’t have a winkie to play with and never got to shag their dads, (I think that was the gist of it, at any rate). 337 more words
Despite my previous blogs, I am not one to moan for the sake of it and I’m first to give credit where it’s due. For every rude, offensive, incompetent member of staff there are thousands that work tirelessly to care for the needs of others. 273 more words
I have got cramps. Inelegant, painful, distracting, uncomfortable cramps.
This morning I had the joy of a colposcopy. It seems I am rather prone to “inconclusive” smear test results, and I duly get referred off to the hospital to have further tests, which involve inspection with a camera. 1,061 more words