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He was aggressive, disruptive… and I miss him
14 Mar 2018
One of our staff recently said over tea that she hadn’t seen Sam recently.
Lessons from the skies
7 Mar 2018
‘There’s plenty of evidence for a verdict of negligence.’ This is what Martin Bromiley was told by the coroner, on the first day of an inquest into the death of his wife.
Collapsed, septic… and hundredth in line for an ambulance
2 Mar 2018
I know Mrs Jones quite well. She doesn’t talk much. She can say ‘yes’ and ‘no’, and a few other words on a good day. Today isn’t a good day.
The iller you are, the longer the wait
19 Feb 2018
Keeping tabs on waiting times is a sophisticated industry in the NHS - and a source of red faces when they go the wrong way.
IAPT is great, but what about our other patients?
13 Feb 2018
The IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) programme has recently had its tenth anniversary and there is much to celebrate. It now helps almost a million people with anxiety and depression each year and plans are afoot to reach 1.5 million by 2021.
general election 2017
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