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1 - 12 of 36 results for: Neil Hallows
  • Loss of cervical screening contract 'only right'

    GPs have welcomed a decision to strip cervical screening administrative services from Capita after serious errors were made.

    Date: 21 March 2019

  • The explainer: PCNs

    Primary care networks are being set up to promote integrated care. What will it mean for GPs?

    Date: 18 March 2019

  • The consultation: eyes in the sky

    Plymouth consultant paediatric anaesthetist Simon Courtman is a volunteer for Orbis, which operates the Flying Eye Hospital – an operating theatre and teaching facility inside a converted cargo aircraft

    Date: 18 December 2018

  • A spectre calls

    Long-dead doctors padding the wards, the bed the nurses told you not to sleep in, and why it’s good to exorcise regularly. Your NHS ghost stories, compiled by Neil Hallows

    Date: 17 December 2018

  • A significant event

    A complaint brought a thriving GP practice to the brink of collapse – not because of what it uncovered, but the way NHS England handled it. One of the GPs tells Neil Hallows how he endured 14 months of aggression and suspicion, and asks how many others may be facing the same treatment

    Date: 09 November 2018

  • Pay award knocks profession's morale

    The Government has ‘seriously misjudged the mood of the profession’ and damaged morale by failing to implement this year’s pay award in full, a survey has found.

    Date: 07 August 2018

  • Make a difference to equality, diversity and inclusion

    The BMA’s EDI (equality, diversity and inclusion) advisory group is calling for expressions of interest for membership for the 2018-19 session.

    Date: 17 July 2018

  • BMA takes part in publicly owned NHS rally

    Doctors have been invited to show their support for a publicly funded NHS at a march and rally.

    Date: 19 June 2018

  • Consultants elect BMA committee chair

    Rob Harwood has been elected as chair of the BMA consultants committee.

    Date: 06 June 2018

  • BMA Q&A: 'Caring, supportive and collaborative'

    BMA council chair Chaand Nagpaul outlines his vision for the NHS

    Date: 23 May 2018

  • Changes secured to juniors' locum clause

    Junior doctors have secured changes and clarification to the advice being given to trusts by NHS Employers over the locum clause in their terms and conditions.

    Date: 10 May 2018

  • Call for clarity on NHS funding pledge

    The BMA has welcomed a ‘long-awaited first step’ to addressing years of under-investment in the health service, but stressed that the Government now needs to come up with the details.

    Date: 28 March 2018

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