Advocacy

Five tips on how to be a good patient advocate.   Advocacy is not always the easiest thing to do; sometimes, it is hard to understand why a patient may refuse a particular medication, management of their condition or procedure. You are aware of how much medical evidence is out there, you know the best…

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Mental health is not just the absence of mental illness; it involves how we feel or behave without a diagnosed mental disorder. Our children’s mental health affects how they act, how they feel, and how they behave. It is essential to educate them on matters of the mind early on, which we can often achieve…

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2020 was a year we will all remember for a very long time, a challenge, a testing time for businesses and individuals and a year that stretched the limits of our society to real capacity. Times like these make you reflect on how very much we have and how privileged some of us are, and…

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The NHS contains around 2 million people in its workforce. This fraction of the population works together to take care of the healthcare needs of the other 65 million people who live and work in the UK. Considering the population’s ratio to healthcare workers, it can easily be imagined that a lot could go wrong.…

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If 2020 brought one significant change to our working lives, it has to be the rise in home working practice. As lockdown was announced nationally back in Spring 2020, we huddled to our homes for protection and safety. However, work needed to continue where possible, so if we could not get to the office, then…

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