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A highly promising Budget.................... !!

Budget 2018 had brought forth rather unusual pre-budget questions in the curious intellectual minds of the country. In the absence of a scenario of estimating policy fallouts largely from indirect tax levies, for the first time the focus shifted to direct tax levies, and a prospective, policy implication of corporate tax levies or income tax levies.   1,575 more words

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Resources for professionals for understanding living with long term conditions

In my talk Living With Pain on 7th February, I referred to several studies and other resources. Here are links to these and some additional ones on living with pain and hidden chronic illness, and improving our care. 758 more words

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The burden of long term condition management

Living with a long term condition affects every minute of the day, every activity, and they require so much effort and planning to manage. A study on this came up with a marvellous infographic – a must see for health professionals to understand this burden. 399 more words

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The PRIME SPRING 2018 Newsletter

Read from a number of PRIME’s tutors as they reveal some of the realities and delights of sharing whole person compassionate care across the globe… this edition includes Rwanda, Uganda, Nigeria, Norway, Nepal, Peru, India and UK

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Humanity and healthcare

Last autumn, members of the PRIME executive were invited to present some of our basic material in induction courses and grand rounds at NHS hospitals in the south of England where there is great concern about burnout particularly of junior doctors. 828 more words

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"All health professionals would benefit from hearing Emily's talk"

On 30th November last year, I presented a webinar on behalf of Action for M.E. called Meeting the needs of people with M.E./CFS: essential facts and practical tips,  558 more words


Watch my M.E./CFS essentials webinar online

On 30th November last year, I presented a webinar on behalf of Action for M.E., giving an introduction to M.E./CFS for health professionals. The webinar, … 147 more words