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Scotland’s second largest health board has defended the practice of asking smokers to quit before they access certain treatments.
GPs running small practices in isolated rural parts of the UK say they fear for their future.
Illnesses detected during the NHS’s “mid-life MOT” could be “equally well detected” without the check-up, researchers have suggested.
NHS hospitals are so short staffed on public holidays they are paying almost £150 an hour for nurses to work, a Sky News investigation has found.
Red tape is stopping thousands of family doctors from returning to work after practising abroad, their leader has claimed.
Discussion board for issues of a clinical nature
2/10/2013 11:54:56 AM
What's on your mind?
by Nigel W
7/4/2014 8:55:34 AM
Is NHS pay unfair?
There is a “real sense of anger” among nurses in England, leaders are warning, as NHS bosses are being handed pay rises of more than £5,000 whilst front-line staff are struggling to pay their bills. Is the stark difference understandable? How do you think it could be addressed? have your say