Tagged: Government

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NHS – Stress affecting one in three junior doctors

Charlie Cooper writing in The Independent: Stress affecting one in three junior doctors, according to British Medical Association The job of a junior doctor is becoming “undoable”, the British Medical Association has said, as a...

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Exploring the options for integrated commissioning – NHS

Richard Humphries, Assistant Director of Policy at the King’s Fund explores the options for integrated commissioning: The last reorganisation of the NHS has made the commissioning landscape much more complex and fragmented. Whatever the weaknesses...

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Extra 5,000 GPs – A Tory pipedream?

Tory health chief Jeremy Hunt has been accused of backtracking on his pre-election pledge to recruit 5,000 GPs by 2020. He made the vow in the run-up to May 7 but last week stated the...

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NHS Tax Dodgers ‘Sacked’

The NHS has sacked 79 bureaucrats after a government probe into tax-dodging. The Treasury have revealed today that the suspects who were employed in 2013 – 2014 could not prove they were “meeting their tax...