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Listen to this Story....

It’s short and it’s not so sweet.

20 years ago in June of 1994, a young bright eyed university graduate returned home and finding no job waiting, decided to join the Volunteer Fire Department.   626 more words

PTSD

Op/Ed: ACA Threatens Promise of Concierge Medicine

Analysis by Walter Russell Mead & Staff

April 12, 2014 - Doctors in Texas are showing us what a medical system without comprehensive insurance might look like. 92 more words

Concierge Medicine

It’s all relative

Have you got your feet on the ground? OK – so you’re presumably sitting down while reading this and you are almost certainly stationary as you do so – I wouldn’t recommend anything else. 1,025 more words

Primary Care

Don't forget the "patient" in patient safety

by Sally Giles, Research Fellow in Core theme

Attending the GM PSTRC public engagement event about “never events”1 last week really got me thinking again about patients’ understanding of patient safety, and how we can encourage patients to talk about both positive and negative experiences of healthcare.  383 more words

Patient And Public Involvement

We are live!

It is believed that stronger primary care systems are associated with reduced rates of unnecessary hospitalizations, less fragmented care, and lower expenditure. It is the aim of this blog to challenge great minds in creating ways on how to improve the overall health of the Filipino people. 10 more words

Family Doctor

GM PSTRC Newsletter - second edition now live

by Philip Hammond, GM PSTRC PPI Coordinator

The latest edition of our newsletter is now available online.

With some key updates from the work of our research themes as well as other articles of interest including: 62 more words

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