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NHS appointments (Jesus Christ!)

It’s not just junior doctors shooting-up in the toilets and nurses weeping on the wards, the whole of the NHS is in crisis.

I have been trying to book appointments. 513 more words

NHS and Private Care Story | What’s Your Story?* #AD

While the NHS are amazing, they really do make a difference, sadly every time I’ve ever been in a hospital or received care more than just getting a simple prescription, it’s been a horrible experience. 876 more words


The state is our enemy

The system is broken, and by that I do not mean accidentally, oops how careless of me, broken, I mean wilfully and deliberately broken.

I have lived my life with mental ill health and what I described as ‘social phobia’ years before any such description existed. 1,356 more words


What makes a good midwifery manager? Satisfaction vs Dissatisfaction in the workplace

Reducing stress and fatigue among maternity staff is key to reducing baby deaths and brain injuries during childbirth, according to a detailed new analysis published… 380 more words

Surgeons, doctors, nurses....thank you!

So my topic for today is how surgeons, doctors, nurses and the other professions that help patients in hospitals, are so underpaid and under appreciated. 374 more words

Texts show Mail removed exonerating info in attack-piece on this blog

As most readers will know, the SKWAWKBOX was the target of what many have called a ‘doxxing’ attack by the Daily Mail, with libel added for good measure – and the S*n piled on with its own version. 682 more words