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Ear infections should not be treated with antibiotics, doctors advised

22/09/2017Ear infections should not be treated with antibiotics, doctors advised

Common ear infections should no longer be treated using antibiotics, NICE has this week recommended. Publishing new draft guidance into the treatment of ear infections, NICE set out new ways... more >
NHS staff paid £3,800 less per year compared to 2010

22/09/2017NHS staff paid £3,800 less per year compared to 2010

Years of real-terms pay cuts have seen NHS workers earn on average £3,800 less than they would have if salary rises had kept up with inflation since 2010. Analysis by the GMB found tha... more >
BMA finds ‘chronic shortage’ of doctors across key medical specialities

22/09/2017BMA finds ‘chronic shortage’ of doctors across key medical specialities

Patient safety is at risk due to a “chronic shortage” of doctors across a number of areas of medicine, the BMA has today warned. Figures obtained by the organisation through Free... more >
Patients raise concern at Dorset CCG service reshuffle

21/09/2017Patients raise concern at Dorset CCG service reshuffle

A reorganisation of hospitals services in Dorset has this week been agreed that will see beds cut and an A&E closed, leading to considerable patient outrage. Dorset CCG unveiled its reco... more >
GPs delivering good care despite huge demands, but performance ‘unsustainable’

21/09/2017GPs delivering good care despite huge demands, but performance ‘unsustainable’

Despite unprecedented demand and ongoing issues with its workforce, general practice is still managing to deliver good care to the majority of patients in England, the CQC has today reported. ... more >