Weekly Newsround

In the news this week…15th of September till 21st September 2014

Headlines…

Stop reorganising the NHS and invest more, says Royal College of Physicians. (Telegraph, 15.09.14)

NHS needs ‘sustainable’ funding from next government – King’s Fund. (National Health Executive, 17.09.14)

We bailed out the banks, we can afford to save the NHS. (The Guardian, 18.09.14)

NHS England proposes new standards for congenital heart disease services. (NHS, 15.09.14)

BMA launches manifesto ahead of 2015 General Election. (Onmedica, 15.09.14)

Other News in Brief…

One care lapse can be fatal for heart attack patients. (Onmedica, 15.09.14)

BMA: MPs must work with medical profession. (Hospital Dr, 15.09.14)

Public needs to better understand A&E services. (Hospital Dr, 15.09.14)

I faced burnout working as a GP in the NHS – I had to stop. (The Guardian, 15.09.14)

Scotland sees fall in deaths from heart disease. (Scotsman, 16.09.14)

MTG calls for infection control tech. (EHI, 15.09.14)

Funding boost needed to protect the NHS, say doctors. (Onmedica, 16.09.14)

Labour in dilemma over future NHS funding. (Hospital Dr, 17.09.14)

Labour considers staking all on saving the NHS. (The Guardian, 16.09.14)

Sonia Powell who died in ambulance at Morriston Hospital ‘let down’. (BBC, 18.09.14)

Foundation trust sector posts financial deficit for the first time. (Hospital Dr, 19.09.14)

 

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