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Improving Primary Care in Care Homes Could Reduce Strain On A&E

A new report has revealed that more than 4 in 10 of emergency admissions to hospital from care homes could be potentially avoided. Analysis […]

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New Orthopaedic Hip Surgery Guidance

Many times what we perceive as an error or a failure is actually a gift… or a GIRFT…? The Getting it Right First Time […]

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Road Safety Concerns For Vulnerable Road Users

The European Transport Safety Council have released their 13th Annual Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) Report in June, which highlighted that 70% of those […]

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NHS Contracted Midwifery Service Goes Into Administration

One to One Midwives secured a contract with the NHS to provide a single dedicated midwife to provide antenatal, birth and postnatal care across […]

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Can The UK’s Roads Be Made E-Scooter Friendly?

The tragic death of YouTube star Emily Hartridge following an accident involving an e-scooter has put the spotlight on the current regulations around the […]

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NHS Listeria Outbreak

The health secretary has ordered a review of hospital food after five patient deaths were linked to an outbreak of listeria. There have been […]

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NHS Dentistry Crisis Leaving Millions Without Care

More than a million new UK patients were turned away by NHS dentists last year, on top of 700,000 who could not get an […]

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Sir Rupert Jackson Proposes Further Radical Reforms

Former Court of Appeal Judge, and brainchild behind the biggest reforms the personal injury sector has seen in recent years, Sir Rupert Jackson, has […]

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Firms Accused Of Colluding To Hike Cancer Drug Price

The UK Watchdog Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has accused four pharmaceutical firms of breaking competition law by colluding to hike the price of […]

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Unfair Criminal Injuries ‘Same Roof’ Rule Abolished

On 13 June 2019 a rule which has denied compensation to some victims of violent crime since 1964 was finally abolished. The rule, known […]

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Carers Week At Pryers Solicitors

Carers week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring and highlight the challenges unpaid carers face throughout the U.K, whilst recognising the […]

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NHS IT Error Could Delay Treatment For One Million Young People At The Risk Of Meningitis

Investigations have found that more than a million young people could be at risk from a deadly strain of meningitis due to an NHS […]

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NHS Surgery Delays Put Patients at Risk of Opioid Addictions

Experts have warned that the increasing delays in routine surgeries are putting patients at dangerous risk of become dependent on opioids and painkillers. Last […]

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‘Little Progress’ In NHS Patient Safety

Professor Ted Baker, The Chief Inspector of Hospitals at the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has said that there has been “little progress” in improving […]

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Baby Loss Awareness Week

Today marks the last day of Baby Loss Awareness Week, so Pryers sat down to talk with Charlies Angel Centre, a family-led charity that […]

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