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13 - 24 of 36 results for: Neil Hallows
  • Tax allowance rules affect labour supply

    Consultants may be opting for early retirement because of changes to tax allowances on pensions, the Government has admitted.

    Date: 08 March 2018

  • Setting Roger on the right track

    There was once a medical student called Roger who happened to be a brilliant athlete… no, not that one.

    Date: 07 March 2018

  • Bullying: no longer acceptable in a noble profession

    If there’s one thing that Anthea Mowat hates even more than bullying, it’s the assumption that bullying is inevitable.

    Date: 14 February 2018

  • Taking a stand

    A glimpse of the financial incentives at work in US healthcare jolted BMA council chair Chaand Nagpaul into not only practising medicine but protecting it in the UK. Neil Hallows reports

    Date: 11 December 2017

  • The people who want to be you

    What attracts you to medicine? It’s more than just an interview question, and can offer revealing insights into the future make-up of the profession and what drives doctors. Medical students in Manchester and London told the BMA about their motivations and background

    Date: 30 November 2017

  • Politicians 'duck and dodge' NHS deficit

    The Government wants a ‘world-class NHS with a third-class settlement’ – spending far less than many other European countries, with patients reaping the consequences.

    Date: 26 June 2017

  • Say no to a post-truth health service

    Doctors must resist a ‘post-truth’ health service, BMA council chair Mark Porter has warned in his New Year message to members.

    Date: 30 December 2016

  • BMA plans forum for LTFT trainees

    LTFT trainees are to have a stronger voice in the BMA, as it works to improve fairness and equality.

    Date: 22 December 2016

  • The secret to NHS success: openness and cooperation

    Efforts to achieve uniform, high-quality care throughout the week needs cooperation across the health and social care system, and openness about the challenges faced, clinical and patient representatives agreed.

    Date: 18 November 2016

  • Bird? Plane? Flying hospital

    The MD-10 airliner was fitted with an operating theatre, sterilisation room and 46-seater classroom.

    Date: 21 October 2016

  • GPs: tell us about workload, funding, structures

    GPs in England are being surveyed about their workload, practice funding, and views on the collaborative structures in primary care.

    Date: 19 October 2016

  • Compulsory NHS stint ‘no solution’

    Jeremy Hunt’s plan to compel future doctors to work in the NHS will do nothing to lift the morale of a service under extreme pressure.

    Date: 14 October 2016