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The gap in life expectancy between the richest 10 per cent and the poorest 10 per cent shrank by 2.5 years between 1999 and 2010, finds a new report by The King’s Fund.
Sexual assault allegations against doctors are unusual, but the number of cases is increasing, according to the Medical Defence Union (MDU).
Plans to strip future GPs of thousands of pounds by cutting the salary supplements they receive during their training could worsen the GP workforce crisis and compromise patient care, the Royal College of General Practitioners has warned Government and health bodies.
Government must stop attacking doctors and misleading the public and instead make real efforts to tackle the challenges facing the NHS, the BMA has warned.
NHS England has today published its first set of monthly data covering key areas of urgent and emergency care, cancer treatment and patient waiting times.
More than 60 per cent of NHS trust finance directors think controls on agency spending announced in June will not significantly reduce the amount spent on agency staff, according to the latest quarterly monitoring report from The King’s Fund.
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