Medicine is not confined to the ward; the call for care can come from the most unexpected places. Taking time off from traditional practice can do so much to renew your respect for your field and provide both a professional and personal challenge.
No sooner had the NHS blown out its 70th birthday candles than a change in its leadership was announced. Though many may not share the same ‘massive wrenching’ feelings dearly-departed Jeremy describes at this succession,
Data and the NHS, a marriage made in heaven? Today’s article is written by Kay Boycott from Asthma UK and provides a unique insight into the complexities of handling data in the NHS.
Just like any casualty, first aid has to be carried out before any real operation can be performed. It seems likely that recent announcements to increase NHS funding by the Prime Minister is just this – the stitches before the surgery.
This week, we’re super excited to share the first of a few insights from Mind The Medic – a Junior Doctor Blog that’s an incredibly thoughtful and really interesting glimpse into the life of a young doc!