There is nothing more focusing of the mind than caring for a sick patient who arrives in your A&E. For those first few moments, standing by the bedside, you enter the patient zone, where everything outside it becomes a blur, writes Saleyha Ahsan.
The ‘catastrophic’ impact of Ugandans leaving to work in NHS
But three quarters of a century into its existence, the NHS seems to need ever more doctors and nurses to keep it going.
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Charlie Gard: move to hospice approved
The terminally ill baby Charlie Gard will spend his last moments in a hospice, after a high court judge ruled that his life support treatment should be withdrawn soon. His parents had argued that they wanted more time with their son. Great Ormond Street hospital has issued a statement tonight and our health and social…
Public sector workers: ‘We have family, we must feed the children.’
Two of the people involved in the protests over hospital workers pay in London, cleaner Malgorzata Sacewicz and porter Len Hockey, explain why they were taking strike action.