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APHG Media Bulletin 3.2.15
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APHG
Media Bulletin
Daily health news from across national and
trade press, gathered by the All-Party
Parliamentary Health Group
Tuesday 3rd February 2015
Top Health Stories Today
Findings from Francis inquiry into NHS whistleblowing due next week
Nursing Times
Public Accounts Committee investigate Hinchingbrooke privatisation
Guardian, Times
Three-person babies technique voted on by MPs
BBC, Telegraph
Other news
MPs call for radical change to make NHS sustainable
BBC
NHS paying locum doctors £1,760 a day to cover chronic staff shortages
Guardian
Second UK health worker monitored for Ebola
BBC, Guardian, Times
Four out of five NHS trusts providing acute hospital care report deficit
Guardian
Midlands trust responsible for over half of patients waiting over 12 hours
HSJ
St George's given foundation trust status
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HSJ, Nursing Times
Consultants' leader calls for 'sensible' seven day working proposals
HSJ
‘Public should be consulted on NHS medical data-sharing scheme’ – Nuffield Trust
Guardian
Kent trust told to improve by the CQC
HSJ
GP practices to be guaranteed £95 per patient by CCG
Pulse
Screen time 'harms teenagers' sleep'
BBC, Independent, Times
Miliband escalates row with pharmacy head
Financial Times
Nursing revalidation will raise standards, says NMC chief
HSJ
GPs should consider 'societal costs' when signing patients off sick
Pulse
Scottish A&E waiting times stats due
BBC
Tide is turning' on GP underinvestment, RCGP chair tells Pulse readers
Pulse
GPs surveyed on use of online and telephone consultations
Pulse
Health party demands audit to discover full cost to NHS of Hinchingbrooke “fiasco”
BBC
Matron says young people need voice on shaping hospital services
Nursing Times
West Midlands nurse honoured for learning disabilities work
Nursing Times
PMS practices given reprieve as CCGs delay reviews
Pulse
Armed forces alcohol abuse strategy criticised
BBC
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emma.paveley@healthinparliament.org.uk
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