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- In Pain’s Presence: how doctors respond to patients with chronic pain
- How to save NHS General Practice
- Expert Generalists
- On being present: Emotions are contagious
- Sleeping Beauties: functional symptoms, ecology and trauma
- The Pain Free Mindset book review
- Trauma and Chronic Pain
- The Art of Not Running Away
- The good-enough doctor
- Where are the Patient feedback ethics?
- Empathy, Education and Respect: A Prescription for Racism in Medicine
- Finding fairhealth podcast Episode 14
- Consulting during Covid
- A month in primary care with Coronavirus: sudden death, end of life discussions, lockdown and inequalities.
- New kinds of heroes
- Trauma informed care in General Practice
- The Trauma World and The Healing World
- My psychology of pain
- The Exceptional Potential of General Practice
- Hope and salutogensis
- Reflections on medical culture and the Bawa Garba case
- Book list
- Dr Jonathan Tomlinson Law And Justice Interview – SoundCloud
- The Adverse Childhood Experiences evidence base–a wake up call to radically redesign Children’s Mental Health Services.
- What happens to empathy in medical education?
- Artists for the NHS The aesthetic attack
- Atul Gawande US Surgeon and brilliant writer. Start with ‘The Cost Conundrum’
- Ben Goldacre. Badscience.
- Bevan's Run Clive Peedell. Co-Chair of the NHS consultants association. In depth analysis of the politics behind NHS reform
- David Loxterkamp: Essays about primary care. Inspirational writing from a primary care physician in the US
- Dr Grumble A real doctor writes. Clear and pertinent.
- Dr No Almost certainly the best writing by a blogging doctor. Spot on politics as well.
- Essential reading: The NHS after 60 by John Lister
- Health Policy Insight Detailed and pithy expert analysis
- Health Professionals document repository for NHS reform
- Ian Greener's academic blog Excellent consise analysis of health policy
- Julian Tudor Hart. GP, writer, campaigner and legend. Link to his website with essays and publications
- Keep Our NHS Public Keep Our NHS for Patients, not profits
- London Health Emergency Founded in the autumn of 1983, London Health Emergency is the country’s biggest and longest-running pressure group in defence of the NHS.
- Margaret McCartney's forum on healthcare policy Glasgow GP Margaret GP blogs about medicine and politics
- NHS 'Myths' debunked. The facts straightend out about the Future NHS by Richard blogger
- NHS Consultants association blog. Excellent support from NHS Consultants Clive Peedell and Jacky Davis
- NHS Support Federation An umbrella organisation of health professionals campaigning for a public NHS
- NHS vault Excellent analysis of NHS policy proposals from Richardblogger
- Ray Moynihan Selling Sickness: How industrial health care makes you sicker
- Reading list. A selection of recommended books about medicine, society, science and politics. Interesting books about medicine and society
- Sound advice for saving the NHS £10billion a year Salaried doctor Judith Harvey has some good ideas
- Subscribe to Roy Lilly's blog.
- The Cockroach Catcher Retired child psychiatrist, Am Ang Zhang believes passionately in a public NHS
- The Equality Trust. Exploring the links between equality and health.
- Unite 4 our NHS UNITE union campaign
- World Health Organisation Supports Publicly funded healthcare Public Vs Private healthcare
I have watched this video through, i thought i knew a lot about this White paper but this man as made it more clearer and understandable. The whole thing just reeks of of exploitation, it has to be stopped.
I don’t know about your neck of the woods but my surgery has rotating locums from every country on the planet. So with the NHS changes, our money for the NHS is going to be leeking overseas. Not that I begrudge anyone a new house, Mercedes or whatever the hell they choose to buy in their country of origin (definitely not a dog in any sort of manger) but if I want my bunions seeing to I don’t want me GP saying he can’t afford it ‘cos he’s having the latest kitchen Carrera tops fitted in outer Mongolia. GPs do not work for the NHS: they are independent contractors essentially running their own businesses. It seems a bit odd to give the whole of the NHS budget to private individuals!
Underspends in surgeries are the profits of the practitioners.
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