Tag Archives: Health and Social Care

Pharmaceutical Industry- Innovation is the only way forward.

The headline news from the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) states that more than 1 billion prescription items were dispensed by community pharmacies in England for the first time in 2012. However, we must not be complacent about the serious … Continue reading

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The end of supermarket sweep for the NHS…

Gerry Robinson was interesting last night on his Panorama programme about NHS reforms. Maybe it was because I was mending my son’s school trousers (after 2 days back) while I watched but I seem to have missed the moment where … Continue reading

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Training and Perception – Commissioning fears.

Guest Blog by Dr Iseult Roche  New GP trainees, at the beginning of their careers, are entering an area of health care which is at the heart of the most significant developments in the Health and Social Care Bill. The … Continue reading

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Is the Ministerial Health Team in Need of a “Summer Signing”?

Guest Blog by Stuart Carroll  In the world of professional football, it is that time of year again.  As pre-season fast approaches, football clubs continue afoot and apace to wheel and deal in the transfer market in order to land … Continue reading

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