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Junior Doctors Call Off Strikes But Patients Are Still Suffering

After a breakthrough in talks with the British Medical Association, the 24-hour junior doctor strike has been called off. But it comes too late […]

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Concern surrounding the use of Transvaginal Mesh and Tape

Pryers have been instructed by a number of women who have suffered serious injury as a result of being fitted with transvaginal mesh/tape to […]

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Certificate of Competence for Cosmetic Surgeons Following PIP Breast Implant Scandal

From Spring 2016 surgeons will be able to apply for a certificate to show they are qualified and competent to perform cosmetic surgery. It […]

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The Cost of Care Homes Doesn’t Always Reflect the Quality of Care

A report by the Care Quality Commission shows that paying more for a care home doesn’t always been a better quality of care. The […]

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Prepare For Icy Roads This Winter with Pryers’ Winter Safety Infographic

We all know that the road conditions in winter can be extremely dangerous, affecting both the performance of our cars and the driving conditions […]

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NHS Under Pressure and Patients are Suffering

Figures from NHS England show that the health service missed its A&E target to see, treat and discharge patients within four hours, in September […]

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NHS Negligence

Boy dies because of medical negligence in Leicester

A court has found a Leicester doctor and nurse guilty of gross negligence after the death of a six year old boy under their […]

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25 Deaths are Being Investigated After 111 Service Delayed Ambulances Responses

South East Coast Ambulance service is being investigated into why it made the decision to start a process that delayed ambulances to people who […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This week sees the end of Breast Cancer awareness month. This annual campaign brings thousands of organisations all over the world together, to highlight […]

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A&E, it’s a waiting game

The Government’s targets for A&E waiting times are not working and could lead to catastrophic events over the winter months. A report by the […]

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Why is saying sorry so difficult for the NHS?

There is no denying that the NHS is a wonderful organisation. It’s disappointing that their reputation is repeatedly damaged because they struggle to apologise. […]

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Premature Babies at a Greater Risk Of Medical Negligence

Baby charity Bliss have reported that 70% of intensive baby care units in the UK are caring for more babies than is considered safe. […]

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Citizens Have Voiced Concern Over Insufficient Bed Numbers At York’s New Mental Health Hospital

A new mental health hospital is being built in York after the loss of Bootham Park Hospital in 2015. However, concerns have emerged that […]

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Former Nurse Calls For Wider Inquiry At Southmead Hospital After Fears Of Huge Cervical Cancer Misdiagnosis Scandal

A terminally-ill patient suffering from cervical cancer recorded a video calling for better cervical screening at Southmead Hospital after doctors failed to diagnose her […]

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Bursary Changes Result In Huge Nursing Degree Application Fall Of 15,000

Despite a small increase from last year, the latest UCAS figures show nursing degree applications in England have fallen over 30% since 2016, the […]

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