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  • ‘Degrading’ corridor care is causing patient harm warns Dr Tim Cooksley, past president of the Society for Acute Medicine – The Independent   In January, the number of A&E patients waiting over 12 hou ...
  • The landscape of acute and general medicine in the United Kingdom has undergone a transformative shift, propelled by developments in telemedicine. As the healthcare sector faces unprecedented challeng ...
  • Fuel:   Fuel is basically around the nourishment that we give our bodies. It sounds very basic, but if you think about it, how often do people, especially when they are on shifts, or they are working ...
  • Acute & General Medicine Conference 2023 united the UK healthcare community for a comprehensive two-day event. Held on 14-15 November at ExCeL London, the conference attracted over 2600 healthcare pro ...
  • An interview with David Jarrett– Consultant Geriatrician and Stroke Physician at Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust, speaking at Acute & General Medicine conference on the 15th of November at 0 ...
  • The UK healthcare community came together once again for two full days of professional development at the Acute & General Medicine Conference 2022, reaffirming the conference’s position as the largest ...
  • Thousands of delegates came from all over the UK and further to access over 100 educational seminars that took place at Acute & General Medicine, collaborated with likeminded peers, rejuvenated their ...
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  • Hundreds of hospital beds are being filled by flu patients, a ten-fold increase on last year, prompting fears the NHS faces a “triple-demic” this winter. NHS data shows an average of 344 hospital beds ...
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  • Interview with Daniel Bromage

    CloserStill Media
    Can you tell me about yourself and your job role. I am a Consultant Cardiologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College Hospital in South London. I specialise in heart failure and inflammatory ...
  • Interview with Sunil Bhandari

    07 Sep 2022 CloserStill Media
    To watch the full interview, please click HERE
  • What the NHS needs from the winter plan

    12 Aug 2022 NHS Confederation
    With NHS England’s winter plan due in a few days, Dr Layla McCay outlines the steps that must be taken to minimise patient harm and overcome current challenges, all while taking the present ‘political ...
  •   Can you tell me about yourself and your job role? I’m Mike Blaber, I’m a consultant in palliative Medicine and I work in Sandwell and West Birmingham (SWBH) NHS trust, we have a team of doctors, CNS ...
  • In 2019 Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) was declared as one of the top ten public health threats by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Antimicrobial resistance will occur gradually and naturally over ...
  • Fatigue is a long-standing issue within the NHS and the pandemic has most certainly exacerbated this however, it is not issue that can be ignored. In a survey produced by the Medical Defence Union one ...
  • Acute & General Medicine returns on the 15th – 16th November 2022 at Excel London as the UK’s largest and most cost – effective training opportunity for all doctors involved in emergency, acute and ad ...
  • Recurrent waves of the COVID-19 pandemic are having a huge impact on healthcare workers, and Medical Protection has called for more to be done. 
  • The government should divert the hundreds of millions of pounds being spent on the failing centralised privatised COVID-19 national test and trace service into local public health services.
  • Government must tackle health inequalities, says new alliance

    05 Nov 2020 Mike Broad (www.hospitaldr.co.uk)
    A new coalition of nearly 80 organisations, brought together by the Royal College of Physicians, has been launched to press for urgent action to address health inequalities.
  • Socioeconomic inequalities in NHS outpatient care emerged after 2010

    08 Oct 2020 Mike Broad (www.hospitaldr.co.uk)
    Educated 65-year-olds and above use considerably more NHS outpatient care than their less educated peers.
  • Surgeons warn of “tsunami” of cancelled ops unless more NHS capacity

    08 Oct 2020 Mike Broad (www.hospitaldr.co.uk)
    Leading surgeons are calling for hospital beds to be ring-fenced for planned operations, to avoid a ‘tsunami of cancellations’ during the second wave of Covid-19.
  • Podcasts are the perfect solution for swamped doctors stay up-to-date and maybe even learn a thing or two.
  • How to reach out to your colleagues: An Infographic

    08 Oct 2020 Heather-Jade Stanley
    Often times, people find 'how are you' to be quite confronting, or too direct to open up about how they are truly feeling. 

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