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Statutory Bereavement Awards

Losing someone you love is always difficult, but more so if that person’s death could have been avoided if the standard of care had […]

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What is Cerebral Palsy?

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a neurological disorder caused by a non-progressive brain, which affects one in every 400 babies born in the UK. The […]

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Legal Aid

Legal aid is the provision of financial assistance to persons in need of access to justice and is available in clinical negligence claims in […]

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NHS Complaints Procedure

The NHS in England employs 1.5 million people, so is the country’s biggest employer and one of the largest employers globally (according to NHS […]

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Missed Scaphoid Fractures

The scaphoid bone spans across the two rows of bones that make up your wrist. If broken, it rarely swells and if it does, […]

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Potters Syndrome

Potters Syndrome or Potters Sequence is a group of features that can be the result of too little amniotic fluid surrounding the baby while […]

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Employers Liability at Work Social Events

  There have been many questions raised over who is responsible for staff behaviour and welfare during work social events and it often comes […]

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What is Periodontal Disease (Gum Disease)

What Is Periodontal Disease? Periodontal disease is more commonly referred to as “gum disease”. It is a bacterial infection that destroys the gums and […]

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Finding a Reputable Cosmetic Surgeon

Over the past decade, the number of people electing to have cosmetic surgery has seen a significant boom. In the UK alone, the industry […]

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What to do if you’ve been in a Cycling Accident

We previously identified that cycling isn’t as unsafe as you might think when we considered whether you should wear a cycling helmet, or not, […]

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What is Erb’s Palsy?

Erb’s Palsy ‘Palsy’ means weakness, and Erb’s palsy is a paralysis of the arm caused by nerve damage during delivery. This rare form of […]

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To Wear a Bike Helmet, or not?

For all the benefits of cycling, as with most things, there is another side – there are risks. However, it might surprise you to […]

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Coronavirus claims several NHS workers lives

Over the weekend we received the tragic news that the number of NHS healthcare professionals who have lost their life to Covid-19 (Corornavirus) is […]

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The Coronavirus Pandemic is Highlighting the Gross Under-Resourcing of our Health Service

The coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly shed a light on how vulnerable our society is. Almost overnight, life as we knew it changed; schools were […]

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PPE Availability is Increasing Risks for Frontline NHS

The Public Health England is expected to release new guidance on the use of  Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) this week. However, there continues to […]

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