At least a significant increase in the load on A and E is attendance by patients unable to see their GP.These patients should be the responsibility of primary care and I do not understand why such patients cannot be identified in a...read more >>/font>
I note that the "saviours" of the NHS , the Labour Party , are seeking a summit to resolve the A&E crisis. Is this the party that caused the crisis in the first place by stopping the out of hours service...read more >>/font>
Forget the porridge! My fit octagenarian husband, who dislikes milky foods, starts each day with a bowl of prunes laced with brandy, which he finds excellent fuel for his busy life.
Mary Lucas...read more >>/font>
My suggestion of how to help control the numbers of people making use of our A&E Departments
Very simply – make a charge to everyone wishing to make use of the service – perhaps £10.00
This will be a good starting point in order to...read more >>/font>
I am a trained nurse of 20 years' experience. I started out in the acute setting, and continued for some years until I decided to work in the Community.
I just want to let you know how demoralizing it is to be a nurse...read more >>/font>
Crisis' What crisis'
How ineffectual can you get' Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt goes on the Today programme to explain that hospitals closing their A & E departments all around the country is just because we are all getting...read more >>/font>
In their 2010 manifestos, the major parties expressed a desire to reconnect with the electorate. It is clear that the current election campaign will, like many before it, do little to advance this aim.
A mature electorate requires...read more >>/font>
I have no particular sympathy for Ched Evans, "the convicted rapist", but I fear that the reaction every time he is connected with a possibility of re-integration into working society bears the marks of 'the rule of the mob' rather...read more >>/font>
I wholeheartedly agree with Rowan Pelling's plea (Telegraph January 5th) that as a convicted rapist Ched Evans should not be allowed back into football having shown not an ounce of remorse. What makes me feel slightly queasy is the...read more >>/font>
Katie Hopkins (article - What fat people need is a kick up the a...), fails to address the very obvious problem that repeatedly hamper peoples' attempts to, in her words, 'get a grip', which are the accompanying crippling psychological...read more >>/font>
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