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How often should you have a smear test, what age should you start and how long do the results take?

Smear tests can save lives by detecting abnormal cells which could indicate the presence of cancer cells – yet one in four women are not attending their appointments when invited by their GP. 1,381 more words


Recap - The beginning of our journey

How did we get here?

I’m not sure if you should share your journey towards having a baby but I know I’d have liked to have read about our experience whilst we were going through it. 340 more words


Thrive London Comes to Brent - 24th January at the Brent Civic Centre

Thrive LDN is a citywide movement for mental health, supported by the Mayor of London and led by the London Health Board.

Brent Council, Thrive LDN… 118 more words


How not to do an exit interview

So the other day I had my exit interview at work. This was an opportunity for me to say what I enjoyed about working there and to give some feedback of my own. 788 more words


Anyone can use it: some NHS history links and reading

Service design in the public sector is, as Lou says, 10% innovation and 90% archaeology, and never more so than when working in a great national institution in its 70th year. 169 more words


The NHS Mental Health services, and how its under-funding by the Government has failed my daughter and others

I’ve been prompted to write our story since the #HelpFaithHeal campaign, which is desperately trying to get a young girl the treatment she needs. From our Twitter campaign, Sarah Marsh, a journalist for The Guardian, wanted to help, publishing  3,720 more words

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