Recently, I had an appointment with a Gastroenterologist in the private sector as the NHS delayed my appointment by well over six months.… Read More Accessing specialist doctors faster after a brain injury
The main title will be ‘Journeys Through Justice – Leadership and Transformation’ – focusing on a range of themes including Women in prison, Transgender pathways, Children’s services, Learning disability and difficulty and Trauma-informed care… Read More NOT LONG NOW! RCGP’s 7th Health and Justice Summit: Journeys Through Justice – Leadership and Transformation (sponsored)(updated)
This survey gives you an opportunity to influence the Health Research Authority’s future strategy to improve public access to information about health and social research in the UK. … Read More Make It Public | Source: Health Research Authority Newsletter 18 July 2019
Caroline Dinenage, minister for care, said: “This innovative new digital service for reporting and learning from incidents will provide a more holistic way of collecting and analysing vital data to help improve care right across the NHS. … Read More New data-led NHS safety strategy lets patients log concerns | Owen Hughes | Digital Health | 8 July 2019
“Over four in ten adults in the UK are affected by food allergy or intolerance. But how can you go about finding out what the culprit is?”… Read More Patient Newsletters | 8 June / 19 May 2019
Dreaming is crucial to normal brain function, but certain sleep and dream behaviours may be an indicator of underlying health issues. We examine what your dream patterns can reveal about your health ahead of World Sleep Day.
Patient Newsletter | Subject: Give us a smile! | 17 March 2019… Read More Patient Newsletters | 17 March / 14 March 2019
How to practise self-care
Can mindful drinking improve your health?
How to run a 10k with no experience
How to eat healthily on a budget
How to be a healthy vegetarian or vegan… Read More Patient Newsletter | Subject: The best hangover prevention tips | 30 December 2018
‘Each disc consists of a soft inner part surrounded by a fibrous coating. Sometimes the coating gets torn which allows the softer material to bulge out. The pain when the softer material bulges out can be excruciating and this condition is commonly known as ‘a slipped disc‘.’… Read More DO THE DISCS IN YOUR SPINE ‘SLIP’ ?…| BARMAC5 | BackPainBlog | 22 September 2018
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‘The new ‘opt-out’ system is expected to come into effect in England in spring 2020, and could lead to hundreds more people receiving life-saving transplants every year.
The change will mean that people will be presumed to consent to donating their organs unless they register their decision to opt-out on the NHS organ donation register.’… Read More Government announce opt-out system for organ donation | 5 August 2018 | Andrew Webster
July 2018 edition of the NIHR patients and the public newsletter