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Would You Use Experimental Treatment on the NHS?

9th June 2014

There is a debate at the moment about whether normal medical treatment is enough to meet the needs of patients, or whether we should be experimenting with radical new ‘experimental’ treatment.

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Our Study Shows That the NHS Complaints Procedures Are ‘Inadequate’

2nd June 2014

We recently carried out some research which found that NHS frontline staff are spending more of their time dealing with patient complaints rather than concentrating on delivering vital care and treatment because bosses are failing to adequately deal with people’s grievances.

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Hospitals Need to Keep the NHS Pledge

27th May 2014

With the recent NHS Change Day taking place, employees and users of the NHS have pledged to make a positive difference to the organisation.

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Dying Patients Deserve Better Care

20th May 2014

Around half of all deaths in England happen in hospitals so you’d expect an extremely high level of care from hospital staff in a patient’s last moments. But recent research has found that some dying patients do not receive proper care and are not treated with dignity in many NHS hospitals around the country.

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What Help Is Available When Cosmetic Surgery Goes Wrong?

14th May 2014

Recent reports from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons suggest that cosmetic surgery is ‘booming’ in the UK, with procedures such as breast augmentation, liposuction and tummy tucks remaining some of the more popular surgeries.

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Helping Those Who Have Suffered From Birth Injuries

25th April 2014

The birth of a new baby is a very special time for the whole family, however if things go wrong during the birth this happiness can be taken away in an instant. If the baby or mother is harmed due to medical negligence, a claim for compensation can be made to help overcome the adversity and alleviate the stress it can cause.

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Funding Is the Key for Improving the NHS

14th April 2014

A review into the performance of the NHS has found that the NHS in England is continuing to perform slightly better than the other UK nations, but the gap is getting smaller.

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