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It used to be food I had to queue for. Now it’s entry to Britain
20 Sep 2017
There are the 883,000 Polish citizens residing in the UK, which makes Poles the largest group in the UK from all the EU countries. This includes 1,700 Polish doctors licensed in the UK, many of whom provide healthcare services in both jurisdictions.
Just because we can…
18 Sep 2017
As we get older it is good to see that ageism in healthcare is much less prevalent than it was in the past.
Be a champion of flexible working
Helen Rifca Le Dieu
11 Sep 2017
Back in January, one of those trust-wide emails went round. You know the type – the ones you only take a cursory glance at, then ignore. However, this one was entitled ‘Champion of Flexible Working – Barts Health’ and my attention was immediately caught.
The human cost of the 'health tourism' crackdown
2 Aug 2017
Yet again, we are talking about the costs to the NHS of ‘health tourists’. It’s pretty clear to me that this argument is distracting from the larger debate about central funding.
If I give you a title, will you give me a coffee?
20 Jul 2017
There are few jobs now, outside the army, where it would be normal for me to address my boss as ‘Dr Smith’ while they call me ‘Miranda’. Yet even in touchy-feely paediatrics, a consultant who asks to be called by their first name is the exception.
general election 2017
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